What Can’t Florence Pugh’s Scalp Do?

What Can’t Florence Pugh’s Scalp Do?

Lately, Florence Pugh’s shaved head is here (hanging out with Andrew Garfield after filming), there (at the Met Gala and being the face/scalp of Valentino), and everywhere (on the cover of Time magazine being hailed as a “next generation leader” who just might be the savior of the movie industry, no pressure). 

On Wednesday, Valentino creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli shared a snap of Pugh and Garfield at the fashion house’s Rome atelier for a lunch break that looks to be the very opposite of a Sad Desk Salad. 

“A little window of time for an unexpected lunch break. Grazie guys, we should do it more often,” he captioned two photos he shared of the trio in the remarkably well-lit studio. Garfield is wearing a ballcap, shades, and shirt with the sleeves rolled up in a low-key “bajillionaire who says he may go ‘out on the water later’ but really he means his gigantic yacht” look, while Pugh’s all-black ensemble of combat boots, crop top, fitted skirt, and bejeweled sunglasses is high-key “bajillionare who is definitely going to her gigantic yacht and no one else is invited because she is planning to have an amazing time drinking champagne alone while gazing upon the water and thinking of her past and future victories over all who have or have ever considered wronging her.” 


Pugh and Garfield just wrapped filming the romance they’re co-starring in, We Live In TimePugh donned a wig for the shoot, as she was spotted filming with Garfield in the U.K. after the May 1 Met Gala debut of her shorn head. In an Instagram caption Wednesday sharing images of the Time cover, Pugh wrote that “I was on set yesterday for my final day shooting #weliveintime and this TIME copy came out.” 

She also disclosed that the cover shoot and interview for the magazine happened in March, so no wigs to be found there, just absolutely precious shots of Pugh’s grandma (“Granzo Pat”) feeding the star an Aperol through a straw. 

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