How to recreate the looks from Euphoria season two, episode seven – including Lexi’s cat skirt

Maude Apatow's character, Lexi, wore a cat skirt in the latest episode of Euphoria.

HBO premiered another episode of Euphoria featuring more jaw-dropping moments.

The seventh episode of the series saw Lexi finally stage her semi-autobiographical play, which was complete with a homoerotic dance scene.

It marked the first episode to focus on the fan-favourite character, played by Maude Apatow.

Alongside her storyline, viewers were also treated to some looks from the always-chic Lexi throughout the episode.

This included a fluffy, green cardigan and cat print skirt combo that fans can recreate.

The exact cardigan is available to buy from Urban Outfitters, while the ASOS skirt has unsurprisingly sold out.

However you can get similar designs that wouldn’t look out of place in an episode of Euphoria.

This includes designs by independent sellers on Etsy, including a mesh print skirt or a cartoon cat print skirt.

Lexi also wore a velvet dress by Batsheva, with a green version available from Matches, and a heart print dress by Miu Miu.

Other pieces available to buy from the episode include the baby pink crochet top and platform pumps worn by her sister, Cassie.

The top is available from Coltorti or SSENSE, while the shoes are available from Nordstrom or Steve Madden.

Fans can also get a blue, embroidered jacket worn by Zendaya in the episode.

The Z Jacket is from brand Peels NYC and it can be customised or you can get it exactly like the one from Euphoria.

Euphoria’s makeup artist is launching her own brand

Donni Davy, the makeup artist behind Euphoria’s iconic looks is launching her own brand.

Entitled Half Magic, the range will embody the “emotional glam” of the HBO series and feature cosmetics and tools.

Some of the pieces from the brand – due to drop in May 2022 – have already appeared in episodes of season two of Euphoria.

It’s been confirmed that there will be two categories of colour ways: one being a universal shade and the other featuring bright periwinkles and pinks.

There will also be liquid eye pigments, glitters and rhinestones, so fans can recreate some of the looks from the show.

In an interview with Allure, Davy said: “The makeup transcends the show. In its own way, it became its own entity.

“We want to go with that and not just be an accessory to the show, because at some point the show’s gonna be over.”