Sydney Sweeney hosted a grandiose '80s prom-themed celebration for her 26th birthday, transporting her guests back in time. The Euphoria actress donned a perfectly fitting ensemble, reminiscent of the Pretty in Pink movie era, consisting of a ruffled mini dress and matching high heels.
She styled her hair in curls to complete the look, fully embracing the 1980s fashion. The soirée was attended by several notable personalities, including Nicola Peltz Beckham, Camila Mendes, Ariana Greenblatt, and Anitta, who all took to their Instagram Stories to share snippets from the event. Get more information from dailypopmix.com.
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Camila, aged 29, posted a video of Sydney blowing out the candles on her three-tiered, multicoloured cake while a performer led the crowd in singing 'Happy Birthday' to the 'prom queen' of the night. The attendees cheered and posed for more pictures, making the occasion memorable.
A themed party of a particular era is deemed complete with memorable souvenirs. In line with this, the cast member of Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood provided guests personalized polaroids from the event. The location of the occasion was also adorned with disco balls and pink decorations.
Sydney has had a penchant for past decades. She recently featured in The Rolling Stones' music video for their latest single, 'Angry,' from their forthcoming album, Hackney Diamonds. The White Lotus star was captured rocking out to the new track in the back of a car while cruising down Hollywood Boulevard.
Her attire was a nod to the rock 'n' roll vibes of the musicians - a black corset top paired with matching chained shorts and black stars adorning her legs. Apart from collaborating with one of the most prominent rock bands of all time, Sydney has been diligently working on several other projects.
Her upcoming romantic comedy, Anyone But You, has generated significant buzz following sightings of her and co-star Glen Powell filming PDA scenes over the past year. During a March interview, she playfully hinted, 'Please be aware that the forthcoming movie will be an absolute delight.
It is replete with humour, love, and sensuality, all essential to a great film. Our objective is to revive the classic romantic comedies of yesteryear, and we are thoroughly enjoying the process with the assistance of Will Gluck.