As the name suggests, the central premise of the film is the real belief that hell hath no fury like a teenage girl scorned. Quirky young girl Eleanor (Hawke) and fallen queen Drea (Mendes) team up to exact revenge on each other’s enemies in this candy-colored version of Alfred Hitchcock Strangers on a train.
Of course, the plot twists are great, including a twist that still has people on edge, but incredible writing aside, the star of the show was definitely the fashion. A pastel fever dream, bursting with dimension and life, each scene served a new aesthetic that combined prominent designers (such as I AM GIA and Versace) with original handcrafted pieces.
Carefully walking the line between futuristic and nostalgic, the overall aesthetic was the Y2K movie coming of age in the 90s. Set in a private school in Miami, the uniform includes pastel berets and capes paired with chunky shoes and purple and green plaid skirts.
While Morshead made sure that Drea and Eleanor’s personal aesthetics were very different from each other, they complimented each other perfectly throughout, creating the ultimate stylish duo.
Read on as we unpack some of the best fashion moments from the film, including where you can buy some of the pieces.