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Florence Pugh makes an edgy appearance at star studded premiere of Don’t Look Up in New York City

Florence Pugh debuts a new septum piercing as she makes an edgy appearance at the glitzy premiere of Don’t Look Up in New York City


Florence Pugh looked stunning as she made an edgy appearance at the premiere of Don’t Look Up in New York City on Sunday evening. 

The Little Women star, 25, donned leggy mini shorts for the outing which she paired with a matching bandeau for the glamorous affair taking place at Jazz at the Lincoln Center. 

Sporting a new septum piercing in her nose, she also wore over the top of the ensemble an animal print coat which grazed her ankles. 

Wow: Florence Pugh, 25, looked stunning as she made an edgy appearance – and debuted a septum ring – at the premiere of Don’t Look Up in New York City on Sunday evening

Elevating her frame, Florence opted for bright orange Mary Jane platform shoes as she made her way into the venue. 

Taking her edgy look further, she opted for a smokey eye swept across her lids.  

Also making their way into the event was a heavily pregnant Jennifer Lawrence, who looked stunning in a floaty cream sequin number. 

The Hunger Games star, 31, was glowing in the gown which showed off her blossoming baby bump perfectly. 

Looking good: The actress donned leggy mini shorts for the outing which she paired with a matching bandeau for the glamorous affair taking place at Jazz at the Lincoln Center

Looking good: The actress donned leggy mini shorts for the outing which she paired with a matching bandeau for the glamorous affair taking place at Jazz at the Lincoln Center

Stunning: Sporting a septum piercing in her nose, she also wore over the top of the ensemble an animal print coat which grazed her ankles

Chic: She always pulls off a stylish ensemble

Stunning: Sporting a septum piercing in her nose, she also wore over the top of the ensemble an animal print coat which grazed her ankles

Style: Elevating her frame, Florence opted for bright orange Mary Jane platform shoes as she made her way into the venue

Style: Elevating her frame, Florence opted for bright orange Mary Jane platform shoes as she made her way into the venue

She had swept her blonde locks back from her face for the event as she wore a stunning layer of make up. 

Jennifer posed with co-star of the Netflix film Leonardo DiCaprio, 47, who looked dapper in a navy blue suit. 

Both Jonah Hill, 37, and Meryl Streep, 72, – who star in the film also – looked in good spirits as they posed for photos at the event. 

Glowing: Also making their way into the event was a heavily pregnant Jennifer Lawrence, who looked stunning in a floaty cream sequin number

Glam: The Hunger Games star, 31, was glowing in the gown which showed off her blossoming baby bump perfectly

Glowing: Also making their way into the event was a heavily pregnant Jennifer Lawrence, who looked stunning in a floaty cream sequin number

Pals: Jennifer posed with co-star of the Netflix film Leonardo DiCaprio, 47, who looked dapper in a navy blue suit.

Pals: Jennifer posed with co-star of the Netflix film Leonardo DiCaprio, 47, who looked dapper in a navy blue suit.

The film features an ensemble cast consisting of Meryl as President Orlean, Leonardo as Dr. Randall Mindy and Jennifer as Kate Dibiasky, while other stars include Ariana Grande, Timothee Chalamet and Cate Blanchett.  

It has been described as following ‘two low-level astronomers going on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.’ 

Nobody seems to care about what they have to say, though, and the story follows the the pair, played by Jennifer and Leonardo, try and save the world.  

Upcoming: The film has been described as following 'two low-level astronomers going on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.'

Upcoming: The film has been described as following ‘two low-level astronomers going on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy planet Earth.’

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