Florence Pugh's Oscars Dress Took Over 10 Days and Six Seamstresses to Make
A standout style moment for the breakout star.
Following her performance as Amy March in Greta Gerwig's adaption of Little Women, Florence Pugh has secured herself a spot as one of Hollywood's most promising starlets — and not just because of her acting ability.
The 24-year-old actress's style is spot-on with her whimsical approach to dressing. From head-to-toe sequins during the daytime to the vibrant Valentino dress with a surprising silhouette she wore to last year's Governors Awards, there's no question that Florence is primed to be 2020's breakout fashion star. And, at the 92nd Oscar Awards, she added another winning look to her list of memorable style moments.
Florence stepped out in a teal Louis Vuitton dress, which, according to the fashion house, took more than 250 hours — equivalent to over 10 days — and six different seamstresses to make. The piece was made of silk satin lined in taffeta, and it took more than 70 meters of fabric to create its eight standout ruffles.
We knew the star would look good at the awards show, but this option truly blew us away.
Florence, you're officially on our radar.