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Where to find the newest cut-out dress trend from Euphoria

This look from Euphoria is about to be the biggest fashion trend of the year

Meredith Clark
New York
Friday 28 January 2022 16:44

It wouldn’t be a new season of Euphoria if the show wasn’t already setting style trends for 2022. Season two of the HBO hit drama series Euphoria premiered earlier this month and a whopping 2.4 million viewers tuned in, marking a performance high for any HBO series.

It isn’t just the drama that fans are tuning in for, it’s also the show’s endless fashion looks. Maddy Perez, played by Alexa Demie, is arguably the coolest girl on Euphoria and now viewers are wondering where they can find her now iconic black cut-out dress from the season premiere.

In the New Year’s Eve-themed episode, Maddy wears the Damien Black Mini Dress and Damien Gloves from AKNA, both of which are now sold out. It’s no surprise that trend-setting Maddy has already caused the exact look to sell out in stores, considering her I.AM.GIA set from season one was one of the most popular looks of 2019.

This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen the newest cut-out dress trend. Megan Fox stunned in Mugler from the Spring/Summer 2021 collection when she and new fiancé Machine Gun Kelly attended the Billboard Music Awards in 2021. Kendall Jenner also rocked the look when wore a cut-out dress from MÔNOT’s SS22 collection to a friend’s wedding.

So, where can Euphoria fans get in on the trend? Lucky for them, many affordable retailers have their own version of the black cut-out dress. From Reformation, to ASOS, to H&M, the black cut-out dress is sure to be the most popular fashion look of the year.

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