In an interview with Variety, "Euphoria" actress Chloe Cherry discusses her character's style and fashion within the show and more.
When asked to describe her character, Faye's, signature look and style, as well as her own, Cherry said, "I would describe Faye’s style as this kind of girly, slutty bimbo, fairytale Y2K aesthetic. I think it’s very cute! It’s colorful and I love that style so much. I also really like the way Jules is dressed. I think that her outfits are funky and cool and kawaii."
When asked what the sudden boost in popularity and recognition feel like for her efforts, Cherry said, "My fifteen minutes of fame have provoked a lot of positive responses and it feels insanely good. It feels unreal to have so many people say they love you on the show, it really does. At the same time, it’s crazy how many people talk about my lips being so big… The amount of headlines that I have seen and the amount of people posting and commenting about my lips has been surreal. It’s nuts because you have to realize that I got those lips at some point in my life and nobody reacted that way — at least not to my face. So, it’s weird to see memes and stuff about it because these topics of conversation are on my body and I didn’t totally comprehend what the big deal was. I swear nobody in my life was like, “Whoa Chloe those are insane.” I guess this is what happens when you’re now known on a much larger scale."
When asked who she's inspired by, Cherry said, "I am very inspired by the comedy of Nathan Fielder, and his sense of humor, as well as Bo Burnham. I like their almost improvisational tones and I also like Hannibal Buress. My favorite comedians are those that have a little dry sense of humor. I also really like a good drama with some sort of comedic twist to it, like 'Succession' and 'Girls,' as well as sitcoms that are absurd like 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' and 'It’s Always Sunny,' and sketch shows like 'The Eric Andre Show.' If I ever make something myself, it’d probably be in the comedy genre."
Information originally sourced from Variety.