Florence Pugh Looked Like a Sexy Cyborg in a Backless, Sideboob-Baring Silver Gown

"FutureFlo" has arrived.



Florence Pugh can add another iconic style moment to the books with her latest look at the Dune: Part Two New York City premiere. On Sunday night, the actress continued her futuristic fashion streak and hit the red carpet outside of Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center while wearing a cyborg-chic gown that was pure sci-fi perfection. 

Ditching her signature nipple-freeing fashion, Florence, instead, opted to show some sideboob — thanks to her silver gown's halter-style neckline combined with a totally backless silhouette. The floor-sweeping dress was constructed from a pleated fabric and elegantly pooled to the ground, creating a mini train that trailed behind her.

Underneath her gown, she added a pair of matching metallic platform heels and finished accessorizing with diamond earrings and a nose ring, but the real star of Flo's look came courtesy of her glam.



Her makeup artist Alex Babsky leaned into the robot vibe of her outfit, and created an exaggerated cat-eye from what appeared to be cutout chrome face stickers. She complemented the standout silver liner with black mascara, a peach lip, and sculpted cheekbones. As for her hair, Pugh pulled her blonde locks up into a long, sleek ponytail with a looped bun and wavy bangs that were combed back.

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At the premiere, Florence teased another one of her projects while speaking with Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet, giving the outlet an update on her new movie We Live in Time, which also stars Andrew Garfield. "Oh my god, I'm excited about that movie," Pugh tells Entertainment Tonight. "That one, we just had the most beautiful time making it — we made a real story about real people and I got to work with the most unbelievable actor that I feel so honored to be in his presence and shout lines back to him."

She added, "I'm just still in love with the process of making the movie, so I hope the people appreciate watching it. It'll be here soon."

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