Florence Pugh has gone from captivating moviegoers with her performance in Oppenheimer to captivating everyone with new Tiffany & Co. images, replete with a sassy buzzcut.
The 27-year-old actress was the face of the renowned brand’s most recent campaign and continued to look lovely while embracing her new position as house ambassador.
Florence posed wearing a variety of pendants, rings, earrings, bracelets, and other jewellery in various colorways as she modelled pieces from the Tiffany Lock collection’s expansion.
The Don’t Worry Darling actress became the first person to represent Tiffany, joining celebrities like Rosé from BLACKPINK, Jimin from BTS, and singer Nancy Ajram in saying yes.
Each of the well-known campaign stars was showcased in the newest Lock designs, which celebrated the symbol of unbreakable relationships.
“We are thrilled to display the latest manifestations of the Tiffany Lock theme,” said Alexandre Arnault, executive vice president of product and communication.
‘Our House Ambassadors showcase the new designs in a campaign that is anchored in the idea of love, which has been central to our brand DNA since our founding in 1837.’
After her father protested Oxford’s low traffic neighbourhoods (LTN) strategy for hurting his companies, Florence made a deal with the diamond industry.
The area’s Kazbar and Café Coco are owned by the actress’s father, who has cited the Oxfordshire County Council programme as the reason for their failure.
He told Sky News: ‘It has become more difficult to get here, people just do not come.
‘You cannot get staff, they cannot get home or they have to have taxis. The cost of these things is just astronomical and people do not want to work.
‘Tradesmen cannot come because it takes too long to get here.’
Mr Pugh went on to slam the LTNs for ‘not thinking the scheme out properly’, and said: ‘They are acting like they are dictators.
‘This is the problem. It is their idea. They have asked us for our opinion and they are not listening,’
Following her appearances in box office successes like Midsommar, Little Women, and Lady Macbeth, Florence became well-known.
Her most recent role was in the box office sensation Oppenheimer, which chronicles the development of the atomic bomb.
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