Here comes the starlet! Maude Apatow wears veil with chic crop top and voluminous to glamorous Vogue World: London event
Maude Apatow was resplendent in an all-white Bode ensemble at the Vogue World: London red carpet on Thursday.
The 25-year-old Euphoria star evoked renaissance core glam with her white hooded veil, which matched her tiny white crop top embroidered with colorful embellishments.
Her voluminous skirt had a trim that matched her crop top, adding a sense of cohesiveness to her eye-catching feminine look.
She kept her makeup minimal, pairing a bold red lip with a dab of blush and simple eyeshadow.
Rounding out her leggy look was a pair of chic strappy heels that didn’t draw attention away from her top and skirt combo.
The stage and screen actress — who sparked outrage from theater fans who were upset over a ‘nepo baby’ being cast in the Little Shop of Horrors off-Broadway revival — posted a loving tribute recently to her late, rumored love and Euphoria co-star Angus Cloud.
‘Angus, getting to know and work with you was one of the greatest joys and blessings of my life. I will love you forever,’ Judd Apatow’s daughter wrote in the caption of a post dedicated to Angus on her Instagram page.
The pair played love interests on the show, with the Los Angeles born television star adding, ‘Words can’t really capture how magical of a person he was.’
‘At first, I was sad… I try not to let it get to me because I obviously understand that I’m in such a lucky position,’ the brunette beauty admitted.
She recognized that she still had a long ways to go so early in her career, adding, ‘A lot of people [in a similar position] have proven themselves over the years, so I’ve got to keep going and make good work.’
With her famous father and actress mother (Leslie Mann), Maude got her start in acting early, with a small role at the age of seven in her dad’s film The 40-Year-Old Virgin.
She also had a number of other supporting roles, including a recurring arc on season four of Girls on Max.
However, the petite star’s breakout role was that of aspiring writer Lexi Howard on Euphoria — she’s appeared in both seasons ever since being cast in 2019 on the hit series.
The hardworking actress opened up to Vogue about her hopes for her Euphoria character in the third season in an interview conducted prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike.
‘For Lexi, I hope that whatever she’s doing now [after the reported season three time jump], she’s a little bit more confident in herself and her abilities and doesn’t let that anxiety get in the way of her being able to succeed or do what she wants to in life,’ Maude said.
She added, ‘I’m not sure what she wants to do, because Sam hasn’t written it, but I have some ideas.’
When asked what ideas she had for Lexi, the Funny People star responded, ‘I’d say she’s a writer. I don’t know in what capacity, but she loves writing. Maybe she’s a playwright, or maybe she’s just a young struggling writer trying to figure things out.’