Yet Another Reason Millie Bobby Brown Has Better Style Than Us
She made it onto our screens (and into our hearts) as Eggo-loving child phenomenon Eleven in cult-beloved show Stranger Things, and now Millie Bobby Brown is poised to take over our wardrobes as well. The 12-year-old is one of a handful chosen to front Raf Simons’ first Calvin Klein campaign since he took over as chief creative officer—Millie appears in a brand new ad for the brand’s made-to-measure service, By Appointment—and she looks unbelievably sophisticated in a multi-colored fringe top tucked into red trousers. When we were 12, we certainly weren’t wearing anything this chic.
In an Instagram post announcing her latest gig, Millie writes that she was honored to be a part of the campaign’s cast of 15 women, which includes models Abbey Lee Kershaw, Lineisy Montero and Julia Nobis. She also re-posted the brand’s intentions for the campaign: “A cast of distinct individuals brings the idea to life: chosen for who they are, where an essential strength of character is key. Whether famous or unknown, all are treated equally.” During these trying times for women, this message couldn’t be more fitting.