Over the weekend the likes of Sadie Sink, Natalie Dyer and Millie Bobby Brown took to the red carpet in Brooklyn, New York for the upcoming season’s premiere a week before its debut on Netlfix on May 27.
For the occasion, Brown arrived in a corseted Louis Vuitton dress and walked the red carpet alongside her boyfriend Jake Bongiovi, who coordinated her stunning look in a monochrome ensemble of his own. Meanwhile, Dyer wore a gothic Saint Laurent feathered number while her real-life partner and co-star Charlie Heaton sported a neutral-hued suit by Richard James teamed with Gucci loafers.
Here's a look at the Stranger Things season four cast’s best premiere looks before they take us to the Upside Down:
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The actor, who made her first appearance in the series in season three, wore a black Marques Almeida mini dress to the premiere, styled with fishnet tights, black Roger Vivier boots and Alessandra Rich earrings.
Montgomery, whose character met a fateful end in season three, opted for an all-blue ensemble for the premiere, featuring blue suede shoes, light blue trousers, a blue oversized open shirt, in addition to a neutral-hued T-shirt and brown flat cap.
David Harbour and Lily Allen
Harbour wore a Union West-designed custom Stranger Things-inspired suit to the premiere, emblazoned with illustrations depicting scenes from the show, while his wife sported a pastel-coloured Miu Miu mini dress after she revealed on Instagram that her original Miu Miu number got lost before the event.
'I’m gonna try to auction or raffle it off with proceeds going to War Child, for their impressive work protecting the young in war torn countries.' Harbour said of his Elvis-like suit.
The British star wore a cream/mint green suit by Richard James styled with a white grandpa shirt and Gucci shoes.
Matarazzo wore a multicoloured pink suit for the premiere, teamed with gold-coloured trainers and a bright blue T-shirt.
The actor looked chic in an all-white suit by Dior Men with a pink fitted box jacket layered over the top.
Always one to look cool, Wolfhard wore a pair of silver trousers and a black satin shirt by Saint Laurent.
Jamie Campbell Bower
Stranger Things newcomer Campbell Bower wore a head-to-toe brown suit with black detailing for the night out. He styled his look with a light brown fedora.
Ryder wore an oversized black three-piece suit with a white shirt with large cuffs. On closer inspection the actor wore a pin on her lapel of her own Stranger Things character, Joyce Beyers.
The Stranger Things OG looked gothic in a Saint Laurent dress, which featured feather detailing along the bodice and skirt. She styled the look with black nail varnish, black curls and silver rings.
The Stranger Things star, who made her debut in the Netflix show in season three, wore a black Christian Dior black dress with spaghetti straps. The dress was embellished with illustrations of bats, cats, and stars. She accessorised the look with a Tarot-inspired clutch bag.
The vegan star looked chic in an oversized custom Prada white suit with padded shoulders. The actor accessorised the look with a diamond choker necklace and her signature red hair pulled back into a ponytail.
Millie Bobby Brown
The teenager wore a custom white bustier gown from Louis Vuitton, which featured a thigh-high slit in the skirt and black tulle one-shoulder detailing. The star styled her chic ensemble with a silver and black belt and black platform heels.
The actor looked effortlessly sophisticated in an all-white ensemble by Casablanca, printed with small illustrations of dalmatians. He styled his suit with pink square-toe boots and shades.
Stranger Things veteran Keery wore a grey suit with coordinated lace-up boots for the premiere.
A look at the Stranger Things season four cast's best premiere looks before the show hits our screens on Netflix on May 27, from Sadie Sink to Millie Bobby Brown.
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