- “Euphoria” stars Sydney Sweeney and Maude Apatow reunited at the Venice Film Festival Friday.
- Sweeney and Apatow play sisters Cassie and Lexi Howard on the HBO teen drama.
- Sweeney also shared photos on Instagram Saturday of the pair holding hands.
“Euphoria” stars Maude Apatow and Sydney Sweeney reunited for a major style moment at the Venice Film Festival on Friday.
Sweeney and Apatow, who play sisters Cassie and Lexi Howard on the hit HBO series, posed on the red carpet arm-in-arm before the premiere of the film “Bones and All.” The pair attended the event with Armani Beauty, according to both actresses’ Instagrams.
Sweeney wore what appeared to be a black dress in a sleek fabric, featuring a navy, satin bow around her neckline. Her half-up hairdo was also pulled back with a bow, and she completed the look with sparkling bracelets and earrings.
Apatow went with a strapless black gown with a subtle mermaid silhouette. She amped up the look with a statement necklace with red jewels and diamonds. The look was a continuation of the breakout star’s foray into old Hollywood glamour, similar to the all-black look she wore to the Met Gala in May.
According to Teen Vogue, both Sweeney and Apatow’s dresses were made by Giorgio Armani. The actresses donned classic makeup for the event, with Apatow rocking a red lip and Sweeney sporting a simple cat-eye.
On Saturday, Sweeney posted photos from the event on her Instagram, including a shot of the fictional sisters holding hands and looking back at the camera. The duo was also joined by other teen drama stars — Camila Mendes of “Riverdale,” Gavin Leatherwood of “The Sex Lives of College Girls,” and “Outer Banks” actor Chase Stokes.
Sweeney and Apatow met on the set of “Euphoria” four years ago and have since formed a tight bond, they told People’s Brianne Tracy in April.
“Everyone knows that if I’m not in my trailer, I’m in Maude’s or if Maude’s not in hers, she’s in mine,” Sweeney said. “She’s the sister I always wished I had.”
One week before Sweeney’s appearance at the Italian film festival, the “White Lotus” star publicly defended photos from her mom’s 60th birthday party, where guests appeared to wear MAGA-inspired hats. Insider’s Lauren Edmonds reported that after people began to speculate about the actresses’ political views, she responded with a statement on Twitter.
“You guys this is wild. An innocent celebration for my moms milestone 60th birthday has turned into an absurd political statement, which was not the intention,” Sweeney wrote. “Please stop making assumptions. Much love to everyone and Happy Birthday Mom!”