Shortly after the season two finale, most of “Euphoria“‘s core cast — including Zendaya, Hunter Schafer, Alexa Demie, Sydney Sweeney, Maude Apatow, Barbie Ferreira, and Jacob Elordi — reunited in Los Angeles on April 20. Given the show’s influence on all things style, it was of course a fashionable affair. As with their onscreen outfits, the actors’ sartorial choices delivered — from Zendaya’s striking suit to Hunter Schafer’s oversize mini dress. In fact, we bet their characters would approve of their looks — with Zendaya presenting the red carpet version of Rue’s winter formal outfit; Schafer keeping up with Jules’ experimental style; Demie showcasing a glamorous gown Maddie would try on while babysitting; Ferreira staying true to Kat’s grunge-inspired wardrobe; Sweeney baring cleavage in a plunging top Cassie would wear in a heartbeat; and Apatow looking polished in a similar fashion as Lexi’s play costumes.
Zendaya embraced power dressing in a gray tailored ensemble consisting of a buttonless blazer with ’80s-style padded shoulders and a relaxed high-neck blouse, which was folded over a belted sash placed atop loose-fitting yet super chic trousers. This monochrome statement was curated by the star’s longtime image architect Law Roach, who turned to Jerry Lorenzo’s label Fear of God for the occasion. Completing the single color theme, Zendaya added height with patent leather pumps by Christian Louboutin. Minimal square diamond studs embellished her ears, and was the only visible jewelry she wore. Schafer, who’s also one of Roach’s clients, opted for a dark color palette in a voluminous black Maison Margiela minidress. In an Instagram post, Schafer called the avant-garde silhouette “a kite,” a fitting description as the dramatic sleeves truly gave the impression she could fly. She finished with matching mid-calf square-toe cowboy boots and kept accessories simple with round diamond studs.
Alexa Demie kept to her gothic-inspired style, stepping out in a shimmery vintage black gown from Norman Norell. Featuring a high neck, long sleeves, a column skirt and a keyhole back cutout, the textured design exemplified retro glamour. Black was a popular choice that evening as it was also spotted on Ferreira, Sweeney and Elordi — who wore a sleeveless caftan-style dress, an Alexander McQueen suit, and Prada outfit, respectively.
Apatow, however, stood out in a chartreuse and pink corseted look by Versace, injecting some color onto the red carpet. So did newcomer Chloe Cherry, who put her signature Y2K-inspired style on full display.
While you wait for season three, enjoy the fashionable reunion ahead.