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Florence Pugh, the worst dressed on the red carpet:

Florence Pugh stands out on the red carpet with her risky style. The actress of Don’t worry darling It never leaves you indifferent with its designs that follow the trends of the season, from the fuchsia designs that set the Barbiecore trend to the transparencies that leave very little to the imagination.


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The 27-year-old Briton has become one of the stars of the Oscars champagne carpet with a controversial outfit that has divided users of social networks. Once again, with the help of her stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray, she has opted for a creation by Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino’s creative director, to cause a sensation with her look.

Florence Pugh in her Valentino outfit on the Oscars red carpet

Florence Pugh in her Valentino outfit on the Oscars red carpet

Pugh completed the outfit with black platform shoes with an ankle bracelet and holes from Tiffany & Co. A choice that for many has been a success and a breath of fresh air on a champagne carpet full of sequined designs. “Only Florence could pull this off,” Vanessa Friedman, a fashion journalist at The New York Times.

However, the design has been widely questioned on social networks, in fact, it has become one of the memes of the 95th edition of the awards. In fact, many users have related the dress to some sheets. “Me after trying to fold the bottom sheets,” one tweeter pointed out, to which another told her: “it’s the best comment I’ve ever read. I hate bottom sheets, now I’m rethinking the whole concept.”

Along these lines, another has joked about being asleep and putting on this design. “Me when I get out of bed and I’m so asleep that I take the sheets with me,” one could read on Twitter.

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Also to other users, the creation of Valentino has reminded them of the design improvised by Ariel, the protagonist of The little Mermaid, when she meets Prince Eric. “She has taken a classic silhouette and modernized it with a commitment to show women that they are strong,” reads another of the memes.