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Florence Pugh wears a white jacket and shades while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks chic in a beige trench coat as she arrives in London after Paris Fashion Week

Florence Pugh wears a white jacket and shades while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks chic in a beige trench coat as she arrives in London after Paris Fashion Week

Florence Pugh and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off their chic sense of style as they returned to London on Monday after Paris Fashion Week.

Actress Florence (27 years old) appeared without a bra under a white shirt, which she paired with loose black pants and a matching jacket.

She was wearing comfortable white and gray trainers and shielding her eyes behind dark sunglasses as she made her way through the concourse at St Pancras station after getting off the Eurostar train.

Meanwhile, model Rosie, 36, wore a long beige trench coat over a gray blouse, which she paired with navy blue trousers.

She also opted for some dark sunglasses and carried a black handbag on her arm while holding a silver bag next to her.

STYLISH: Florence Pugh appeared braless under a white shirt as she returned to London on Monday after Paris Fashion Week
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked chic in a beige trench coat
Attention-grabbing: Actress Florence, 27, appeared without a bra under a white shirt, which she combined with loose black pants and a matching jacket.

The fashion designer completed her look with some white sneakers as she arrived in the UK.

It comes after Florence recently defended her nipples on display in a sheer pink dress at Valentino’s couture show in Rome.

In an interview with EllieFlorence shared her candid reaction to others scrutinizing her appearance.

She said: “When things went wrong with my pink Valentino dress a year ago, my nipples were on display through a piece of fabric, which really upset people.

“It’s the freedom that people fear from the fact that I’m comfortable and happy.” Keeping women down by commenting on their bodies has worked for too long. I think we’re in this seesaw now where a lot of people are saying, “I don’t care.”

“Unfortunately, we have become so terrified of the human body that we can’t even look at my cute little nipples behind the fabric in a non-sexual way.

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“We have to keep reminding everyone that there is more than one reason for women’s bodies [to exist].’

In July last year, Florence was severely criticized for wearing a transparent dress at the Valentino fashion show in Rome.

In terms of style: She was wearing comfortable white and gray sneakers and shielding her eyes behind dark sunglasses.
International: Florence was seen making her way through the concourse at St Pancras station in London after getting off a Eurostar train from Paris in France
International: Florence was seen making her way through the concourse at St Pancras station in London after getting off a Eurostar train from Paris in France
SPEAKING OUT: It comes after Florence recently defended showing off her nipples in a sheer pink dress at Valentino’s couture show in Rome
STAYING STRONG: In an interview with ELLE, Florence shared her candid reaction to others scrutinizing her appearance
Pushing boundaries: “When things went wrong with my pink Valentino dress a year ago, my nipples were on display through a piece of fabric, which really hurt people,” she said.

At the time, she responded to comments she received from “vulgar” men as well as those who chose to “publicly destroy a woman’s body” with their remarks.

“What’s interesting to watch and witness is how easily men can destroy a woman’s entire body, publicly, proudly, for everyone to see,” she wrote in an impassioned Instagram post.

“So many of you have wanted to tell me so strongly about how disappointed you are with my ‘small parts’, or how embarrassed I should be about being ‘flat chested’. I’ve lived in my body for a long time. I’m very aware of the size of my breasts and I’m not afraid of it.

The Don’t Worry Darling star began her post by telling fans that she knew the dress would elicit a reaction, but she was “excited” to wear the dress.

INCREDIBLE: In an interview with ELLE, Florence shared her candid reaction to others scrutinizing her appearance, after being mocked for wearing a see-through pink dress in July last year.