Florence Pugh dazzles in a see-through Beckham dress at the Governors Awards

Florence Pugh Once again he opted for transparencies, this time at the Governors Awards.

the do not worry honey star, 26, arrived at the Fairmont Century Plaza for Saturday’s event with a Victoria Beckham dress from his spring 2023 collection.

The sleeveless dress with train was mostly sheer, outside of the white capes, gold detailing, and additional gold polka dots to give the look an extra zing.

To complete her look, which she shared with Instagram of Beckham herself — Pugh wore a nose ring, stud earrings and a gold necklace, with short hair by Peter Lux and makeup by Alex Babsky. The actress’s white platform shoes would have been easy to miss if it weren’t for the sheer bottom of her dress, which made the leather straps on her ankles visible.

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At the weekend event, several actors received nominations, including Michael J. foxWho won the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Awarda fee Oscar recognizing outstanding philanthropic efforts. During his speech, she said that he refers to Parkinson’s as “the gift you keep taking.”

“Once I was committed to learning about the disease, every interaction, every new piece of information I collected, every NIH researcher or official I spoke to, all confirmed that the science was ahead of the money,” Fox shared. “The responses could be unlocked with the right investments.”

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the Return to the future The actor used his speech at the awards to reflect on his long career, from finding fame in Family ties a fall in love and start a family, before learning of his Parkinson’s diagnosis when he was around 29 years old. At first, she was told she “only had 10 years left to work” with Parkinson’s and she “went into seven years of denial.” Also at the Governors Awards, she reflected on sharing her story with Barbara Walters Y PEOPLE Magazine in 1998.

“What happened next was remarkable. The outpouring of support from the general public, the beautiful reaction from all my peers in the entertainment business, all of you, thank you, and the people I worked with, it was transformative,” Fox said. . said. “Then I reached out to the Parkinson’s community itself. Patients, families and doctors, leading scientists in the field. And I realized that everything I’d been given, success, my life with Tracy, my family, had prepared me for this profound opportunity and responsibility.”

Fox later released the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research in 2000, which has since raised more than $1.5 billion.

The Governors Awards were also packed with Oscar contenders, as Peter Weir, Euzhan Palcy, Diane Warren and Fox accepted their honorary Oscars.

And just as she looked sheer on Saturday, Pugh is no stranger to looks. At Paris Fashion Week last month, she was seen in a champagne-colored two-piece sheer Valentino look, featuring high-waisted briefs under the sequined skirt and nothing under the long-sleeved sheer top.

And even before that, at Valentino’s Fall/Winter 2022 Haute Couture show over the summer, Pugh she wore a pink Valentino dress that was also transparent and showed her nipples. She took the opportunity to call everyone who seemed to have a problem with her dress.

“I was excited to wear it, not a wink from me was I nervous. I wasn’t before, during or even now after,” she wrote on Instagram. “What’s been interesting to see and witness is how easy it is for men to completely destroy a woman’s body, in public, with pride, for all to see. You even do it with your job titles and work emails in your bio…”.

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