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Millie Bobby Brown Reunites With 'Stranger Things' Co-Star Winona Ryder At NYFW

Millie Bobby Brown scores an 11/10 for her NYFW outfit.

So you just finished "Stranger Things" and you're screaming. You have so many questions and you're cursing Netflix for keeping the details about season two on the down low (we know, we live in a cruel world).

One of the many questions you have for the Duffer Brothers? What the hell happened to Eleven? Is she trapped in the Upside Down again? Did she ever slow dance with Mike Wheeler at the Snowball Dance?!

Well, we think we know what happened to our fave "weirdo."


OK, OK. This isn't technically Eleven. It's Millie Bobby Brown. The 12-year-old Nicki Minaj-rapping actress who plays her. But how adorbs is she?

Brown, who cut her long locks for her "Stranger Things" role, strolled into the Coach runway show (no psychokinetic powers needed here) looking oh-so-chic in a Coach printed dress which she paired with a pastel pink bomber jacket with skull patches, also by the brand. She accessorized the look with a pink clutch and black combat boots.

No blond wig in sight. Sorry, El.

And guess who the young British actress reunited with on the star-studded catwalk? None other than her "Stranger Things" co-star, Winona Ryder.


The iconic '90s actress looked effortlessly cool in an all-black Coach ensemble which included a knitted sweater with a T-Rex printed on it.

Winona forever, are we right?

Thanks to "Stranger Things," Millie has been in the spotlight A LOT this summer. She's new to the Hollywood it girl scene and totally owning it. But, unlike most actresses, she doesn't have a "squad" yet. But she did find some friends to sit front row with: Emma Roberts and Chloe Grace Moretz.

And sure, it's a cute photo. But we're pretty positive this will always be Millie's top squad:


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