The best looks from a Euphoria-themed party at SoHo House in Toronto
Inspired by the HBO show 'Euphoria', gems, glitter, leather and dark tones encompassed the night's aesthetic.
Party-goers didn't give in to the stereotype of hyper neon colours and refind their Euphoria inspired look with their own orginality.
I spoke to Lea, who broke down her outfit and inspirations. Lea's look was inspired by Euphoria character Maddie Perez, and her iconic season 2 episode 1 party look.
"The character is edgey but also consistently keeps it classy," said Lea. "I didn't have the original cut out dress, but I made it work with this cut out turtleneck and mini skirt."
Lea's look was also completed with a silver Jean Paul Geaultier chain purse that brought out the characters over-the-top personality.
While the show has consistently pushed bright colours, party-goers strayed from falling into the shows stereotypes.
Black, darker and nuetral tones were everywhere. Party-goers creativily explored the plethora of ways to make darker tones Euphoria-esque.
But glitter was everywhere, even within the darkest looks. Party-goer Lili spoke about her dress, a glitter drench pastel cut out dress.
The dress is a one-of-a-kind piece made from discarded textiles by Toronto-based designer Sapodillas.
The themed party included a Euphoria themed drinks menu and emulated a 'boujie' high school party. Imagine a house party meets futuristic Y2K event.
Young Teesh spinned for the night, while the hosts danced near the DJ booth. From dance circles to a prom-themed photo set at the entrance, Soho House hosted a successful themed night once again.
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