With all of the conversation and drama surrounding Olivia Wilde’s film Don’t Worry, Darling, which began during filming when she was spotted hand-in-hand with one of its lead actors, Harry Styles, and has continued getting wilder and wilder (excuse the pun) with rumours of a feud between Wilde and the movie’s lead actress, Florence Pugh, exploding last week when Shia LaBeouf leaked private videos and messages that included that “Miss Flo” moment, it’s hard to believe we’re finally here.
Here being the Don’t Worry, Darling premiere at Venice Film Festival.
Arriving in Venice on Monday morning in a Gucci ensemble, Styles quickly popped to his hotel to change (into more Gucci) before hitting the red carpet with his co-stars for the film’s photo call, wearing a vintage-look white pinstripe blazer with a white vest underneath and a blue neck scarf with high-waisted flared blue trousers.
On his feet, Styles wore a pair of brown leather boots, which he matched to his oversized brown sunglasses. Despite still dating Wilde, the musician arrived at the event solo, by boat, waving at fans on the way:
Wilde, similarly, took a solo boat, making sure to smile widely, wearing a green two-piece Chanel autumn/winter 2022 couture skirt suit made up of a knee-length green skirt and matching jacket, worn open to show her black bra underneath.
She wore a pair of knee-high black boots and black sunglasses, which she later removed to show a paired-back makeup look with black eyeliner, finished with a cat eye.
Styles and Wilde then made their red carpet debut, albeit with the film’s other stars, Chris Pine and Gemma Chan, standing between them, both also looking equally stylish, in every shot:
Notably absent from the photo call? Florence Pugh, who announced via her press representative that she wouldn’t be doing any press at the film festival, but would be attending its premiere, set to take place later tonight. Variety reports Pugh’s flight arrives from Budapest (where she’s filming Dune: Part Two) after the press event.
One thing’s for sure: the body language experts — and the entirety of Twitter — is going to have a field day at this premiere.