Chloe Cherry Totally Won The Iron Claw’s Red Carpet With an Iridescent Pantsuit

You might recognize Chloe Cherry (the stage name of model and actor Elise Jones) from her role as Faye in season two of Euphoria. The 26-year-old star caught the attention of viewers when she joined the HBO drama in 2022, and now, she’s caught our attention with her latest red-carpet look.

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At the premiere of The Iron Claw, a new biographical sports flick distributed by A24, Cherry stole the show in a purple iridescent pantsuit. The shimmering set included a button-up blazer and matching pants, which she paired with black loafers. She also accessorized with layered golden necklaces, including a heart-shaped pendant.

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Although Cherry does not star in the film, she showed her love for the movie afterward on her Instagram Story, where she wrote, “This was the saddest movie I ever saw! @ironclawmovie Thank you @a24.” She also took the opportunity to credit her makeup artist, Stephanie Madrigal.

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Other stars on the red carpet included The Iron Claw leads Zac Efron and Jeremy Allen White. The two actors portray Kevin and Kerry Von Erich, a pair of real-life brothers who were part of the famous Von Erich family.

The Von Erichs were a dynasty of professional wrestlers who gained popularity throughout the ’80s—particularly for their notorious “iron claw” hold. But their fame came with a price, as the family suffered a series of tragedies, which came to be attributed to the “Von Erich curse.”

The Iron Claw will get its wide release in the United States on December 22.

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