Hunter Schafer is a punk rock princess in Rick Owens and Vera Wang

As a winter storm rages down south and New York receives its first snowfall of the year, in Los Angeles, the ultra-cropped hemline trend continues to take off. On Monday night, Hunter Schafer took inspiration from Dua Lipa and Kendall Jenner and bared her legs while stepping out for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel live. the Euphoria The star complemented her Vera Wang embroidered tulle mini dress with another of 2022’s biggest trends: black leather, in the form of combat boots by Elvio Zanon and a cropped hooded jacket by Prada. (The house recently named Schafer, along with Tom Holland, its spring 2022 faces.) Cue up Something Corporate’s “Punk Rock Princess”: She could very well have been the coolest alt girl in school on her way to the ball.

The 23-year-old actor completed the look with a Rick Owens face mask, which was accompanied by a long transparent panel. She threw it over her shoulder like a scarf as she left the studio (and munched on Nutella to go). Later that night on Instagram, she shared a close-up of her thick black eyeliner and Jimmy Kimmel trucker hat.

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Schafer went with a more traditional red mask when he stepped out in Los Angeles the night before, though you’d be forgiven for not taking notice. Instead, all eyes were on the fact that she was holding hands with Euphoria costar Dominic Fike. Neither Schafer, who plays Jules, nor Fike, who plays a newcomer named Elliott, commented on the IRL romance rumors, but they did hint that a love triangle involving Rue (Zendaya) could happen in the season 2.

“I remember when [creator Sam Levinson] I first talked about the idea of ​​this Elliot character, I didn’t feel it – as someone who ships ‘Rules’ all the way,” Zendaya said in a joint interview earlier this month. -this. “I think I was in a similar boat to Z when I first heard about this ‘boy Elliot,'” Schafer added. “But, you know, as we saw what that brought to the story and the script, it became a more interesting and exciting prospect, and once Dom came on board, he was is a lot of fun.”

Diana J. Carleton