Fans shocked as Hunter Schafer leaves little to the imagination at Oscars after party
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Hunter Schafer bared it all after rocking up to the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscar Party wearing a unique outfit.
The model took on a feather bandeau top and a pearlescent silk maxi skirt, as her look left little to the imagination while posing for the cameras in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday (12 March).
After making her on-screen debut as transgender high school student Jules Vaughn in the HBO's Euphoria, the actor has received critical praise for the role.
However, the 24-year-old - who has modelled for the likes of Prada and Dior - rocked a debatable outfit last night.
While opting for a minimal make-up look, it was evenly matched with a minimal upper layer, that some people have had a hard time getting their head around.
One user commented: "Westerns normalising outfits like this only makes me grateful that I have no/will never affiliation with them."
While another joked: "I get that her body is meant to be an accessory but seriously, a silver necklace would have been nice. It looks bland without jewellery."
"She’s just straight up wearing no clothes," a third added, while a fourth person also pointed out: "She looks like a mermaid emerged out of the depths of the ocean."
Another user said: "Holy smokes girly! ... I'm no prude, but even I think this is too naked for the Academy Awards!
"Put some clothes on. Even just a lacey top... something!"
It's important to note that plenty of people were also loving the lack of an outfit, as one person said: "Slay of the century omfg," and another viewer wrote: "She looks good! Give me Euphoria 3 now!"
Someone else said: "She is so gorgeous I don't feel the need to criticise her outfit."
While one person pointed out: "Fashion is art. Art should evoke emotion. This made me laugh."
Season three of Euphoria has been confirmed but we don't have a release date as of yet.
After the first series, Hunter says her Instagram following sky-rocketed and in an interview with ELLE UK, she explained: "From the airing of the first episode to my first million followers on Instagram, it was, like, a month. It was a huge adjustment, for sure.
"Nobody really knew if the show was going to hit like that, you know?
"It's strange, because I thought it would kind of level off after season one, but season two felt like it doubled in size."
Topics: Oscars, Celebrity, Fashion
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