Florence Pugh Responds to Criticism of Her ‘Free the Nipple Moment’ at the Valentino Show: ‘Grow Up!’

Florence Pugh Responds to Criticism of Her 'Free the Nipple Moment' at the Valentino Show: 'Grow Up!'

Florence Pugh Responds to Criticism of Her ‘Free the Nipple Moment’ at the Valentino Show: ‘Grow Up!’

Florence Pugh has a healthy respect for her physical appearance.

At Valentino’s Fall/Winter 2022 Haute Couture catwalk show in Rome on Friday, the Academy Award nominee, 26, gave some “vulgar” trolls what they wanted after turning heads with her thin see-through gown, which exposed her chest.

Ahead of her “amazing” Valentino look being discussed, she admitted on Instagram that she knew “there was no way there wouldn’t be a comment.” According to Pugh, “We all knew what we were doing,” whether the feedback was poor or positive.


“I was ecstatic to wear it, and not a speck of nerves crossed my mind. Even now, I’m not the same person I was before, during, or even after “She added. “Watching and witnessing how easy it is for guys to completely devastate a woman’s body in front of the entire world has been fascinating. You even include your job titles and e-mail addresses in your personal bio..?..

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“Even though this isn’t the first or last time a woman would be told what’s wrong with her body in public, the fact that some of you men are so filthy raises alarm bells. Fortunately, I’ve come to terms with my body’s nuances that make me who I am. Those ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t bear to look at as a 14-year-old are no longer a deal-breaker for me.

My little tits, or my flat chestedness, bothered so many of you, and you wanted to express your displeasure with me in the strongest possible terms. This is my home for the time being. When it comes to my breasts, I have no qualms about them.

Why are you so afraid of breasts, is what really worries me.” Pugh inquired.

Her “purpose” in this industry has always been to say ‘f— that and f— that,’ if somebody expects my body to transform into an opinion of what’s hot or sexually desirable,’ stated Pugh. She is “grateful” to have grown up around “really strong, powerful, curvaceous women.”


“Become a man or a woman. People should be treated with respect. Respect your body. Respect ladies of all sexes. Human dignity must be upheld. As time goes on, your life will get a whole lot easier. All because of two adorable nipples….” With that, Pugh put an end to her rambling rant.

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One among the many commenters who praised Pugh was Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. He used an emoji of a crimson heart to convey his message of respect.

As Aubrey Plaza put it, “Ok, so this is what I’ve been saying go. Nicola Coughlan expressed her admiration for the actor by saying, “Adore you. “RESPECT. As a result, “Ariana DeBose penned it. We do not deserve such a magical f—ing queen,” Jameela Jamil said. Dan Levy used a hundred points emoji to express his thoughts.

A floor-length, halterneck gown with layered tulle skirt in Picciolo’s signature color, PP Pink, was worn by Pugh for Valentino’s Fall/Winter 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection, which was designed with Pantone.

Accessories were a set of pink geometric earrings, a delicate septum ring, and pink platform heels for the Don’t Worry Darling star.

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