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Chloe Cherry Fashion Week Outfits: Euphoria Star’s Street Style Looks

She’s already one of the breakout stars of 2022 having landed the role of Faye in season two of hit show Euphoria, but Chloe Cherry has proven this week that she’s not only a brilliant actress but also a pretty avid fashion fan too.

Making an entrance at some of the coolest shows on the schedule at London Fashion Week, she is undoubtedly cementing her position as a certified Gen Z style icon thanks to her ability to adapt new trends to suit her early 00s, TikTok-adored aesthetic. She does, after all, have almost one million followers on the plaftorm (and nearly ten million likes)…

But of course you don’t need a TikTok account to appreciate Chloe Cherry’s style, and you don’t need to be Gen Z to appreciate her nostalgic references. In fact, many millennials admire her ability to take on a trend which they thought would never appeal to them again and turn it into something entirely fresh and contemporary.

Take the epic pink and yellow Chet Lo look she wore to the Fashion East show on Sunday night, for example. 

Bright, clashing colours (even down to her nail polish), bold, textured fabrications and super statement accessories, there’s no part of Chloe Cherry that subscribes to the ‘tonal neutrals’ mood board that’s been dominating the street style scene over recent seasons.

Chloe Cherry wearing Chet Lo at Fashion East’s London Fashion Week show

David M. Benett

Then there was the David Koma look worn – tactfully – to the designer’s autumn/winter showcase which was also on Sunday. 

Putting the perfect Gen Z spin on the much-loved LBD, the oversized floral motif encapsulates the fun sense of irony and sartorial humour that sees often-garish details translated into ultra chic looks.

Chloe Cherry wearing David Koma at the designer’s London Fashion Week show

David M. Benett

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