‘Stranger Things’ Sadie Sink Stuns in Alexander McQueen Campaign

Fans believe the actress’ latest modeling photos belong in the Louvre.

Sadie Sink basically broke the internet after teasing her latest project, a modeling gig for British fashion brand Alexander McQueen.

The Stranger Things star took to social media to preview her work on the new campaign promoting the upcoming line of designs for the fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2023 catalog.

Sharing a photo and a video documenting her experience modeling for the brand, Sink grabbed everyone’s attention with her stunning post.

According to an Instagram post from the brand, The Whale star is wearing the “Hieronymus Bosch dress with satin stitch and hammered bullion embroidery” in navy blue.

In the teaser posted by the actress–which you can view on Instagram–Sink embodied true royalty, posing in an artfully-inspired navy blue asymmetrical satin gown featuring bright embroidery, a little bit of glitter, and a single off-the-shoulder detail.

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The clip captured the 20-year-old entertainer twirling and posing with her reflection in a mirror before getting up close and personal with all the ensembles’ eye-catching motifs.

@alexandermcqueen Spring/Summer 2023 campaign,” the young star wrote in the caption, also tagging the photographer responsible for making the heavenly campaign a reality, “Shot by @jonasakerlund.”

Shortly after sharing the snippets, Sink’s fans and followers showered the model with compliments.

“eternal goddess!!!” exclaimed portrait photographer Griffin Lipson.

“This picture should be in an art museum,” someone else joked, to which another added, “they’re gonna hang this in the louvre 🖼.”

“Obsessed w everything about this,” gushed another fan.

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The preview is the second Instagram post Sink shared this week, another milestone worth celebrating according to fan commentary,

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