Florence Pugh doesn’t hesitate to “reveal it all,” even though her detractors do.
in a new interview Elle UK (Before SAG-AFTRA strike) oppenheimer Talked about how comfortable he was with his body and responded to criticism His love of sheer red carpet gowns.
“I talk about what I do with my body because I don’t want to hide the cellulite on my thighs or the crease between my arms and my chest: I’d rather have them all on display,” she told the magazine. “I think what scares me the most is situations where people get upset because I’m showing ‘too much’ of myself.”
pew remembers he naked clothes The hot pink dress she wore at Valentino’s Fall/Winter 2023 Haute Couture show took the world by storm Last July. “A year ago, when I was wearing a pink Valentino dress, everything fell apart and my nipples were showing through a piece of fabric, which really hurt. Freedom is scary; I’m actually comfortable and happyShe said, “For a long time, the practice of suppressing women by commenting on women’s bodies has been effective. I think a lot of people are now saying, ‘I don’t care.'”
She continued: “Unfortunately, we’re so terrified of the human body that we can’t even look at my two lovely little nipples behind my cloth in a non-sexual way. We need to keep reminding everyone that there’s more than one The reason for the female body (existence)”.
Pugh has previously reflected on Valentino’s controversial look on the cover of Valentino magazine. American version of “Harper’s Bazaar” September 2022.
“I’m very comfortable with my small breasts,” she said at the time. “And for them to see such annoyance, (people) are annoyed because I’m comfortable … the level of upset they have is shocking. They’re very angry because I’m confident they want me to know they’ll never Masturbate with me. Well, I won’t. You will”.
Since the controversy erupted, Pugh continues to bet on see-through clothing as one of his wardrobe staples.
Pugh also worked with Elle UK about The evolution of his style.
“I think I’ve always been interested in wearing fancy, flashy clothes. When I was a teenager, I would buy the most extravagant things and sew them together. I’ve always loved color. I’ve always wanted to be bold, make ‘a little scandal’, I don’t think that’s going to go away,” he said. “When I first started walking the red carpet, it was really tough. It took time to get used to 50 men yelling ‘photograph here! I’ve felt more confident in recent years, and I think that has a lot to do with the clothes I wear. The more you enjoy it, the more they realize you enjoy it. “