Why You Should Watch Zendaya And Drake's New Show, “Euphoria” | Clozette

It was revealed last year that Drake and Zendaya were joining forces for a new series. The show, titled Euphoria, was set to be a teen drama, with Drake and his manager, Future the Prince, serving as executive producers, and Zendaya as the main character. The show was picked up by HBO, which hosted other groundbreaking series like Game of Thrones. Euphoria already premiered in Asia last Monday, 17 June. But in case you missed it or need more information before deciding whether the show is worth catching or not, here are some facts that can help you.

It’s a remake

Drake teases about Euphoria on Twitter


Written by Sam Levinson, the new HBO show is actually based on an Israeli mini-series of the same name that ran back in 2012. Euphoria revolves around the lives of high school students making sense of love and friendship in a world full of drugs and trauma. It’s HBO’s first series entirely about teenagers, following the wave of other teen shows like Riverdale and 13 Reasons Why from other networks. 

A diverse cast stars in the show

Euphoria follows Zendaya as Rue Bennet, a drug addict returning to high school after getting out of rehab. Playing her younger sister is Storm Reid, who is fittingly close and looks similar to Zendaya in real life.

Rue struggles with a strained relationship with her childhood best friend, Lexi (Maude Apatow). Instead, she spends more and more time with her pink-haired friend Jules, played by Hunter Schafer. Being a drama set in high school, the show makes use of familiar stereotypes. Still, the young cast manages to breathe new life into these overused tropes. 

The storyline is completely dark

It’s quite unsurprising given that this has become the usual tone most teenage shows take. But Euphoria attempts to handle it differently by adding a touch of melancholy to the story. The teenagers the show revolves around were born after the tragic 9/11 incident. It gives us a glimpse of the anxious environment these Gen-Z kids grew up in. The partying and everything you’d see in teen shows are shown with complexity, confusion, and awkwardness — which are often present during teenage years. 

It’s definitely not for the faint of heart

If you didn’t like Game of Thrones because of its graphic scenes, then turn back now. Euphoria may be a teen series, but HBO doesn’t plan on holding back with this. The producers are intent on showing a gritty, realistic look at the lives of teenagers. Aside from the sexual scenes present, the show deals with very serious issues that might be triggering to some that even Zendaya herself posted a warning about it on her Instagram. 

Euphoria might be overwhelming at first glance, especially with its artistically pleasing neon cinematography. But once you get past that, you get a real, sympathetic look at teenage life, which we all relate to. Catch up on the riveting life of Rue on HBO every Monday at 11 PM.

(Cover photo from: @euphoria)



It has been a whole 25 years since the Great Singapore Sale came into existence, and it will be back in town starting this weekend under a new avatar — GSS: Experience Singapore (GSS:ES)!

A flurry of exciting events in celebration of local lifestyle, fashion, culture, and art has been scheduled over the next five weeks, beginning with the Orchard Road Fashion Scramble this Friday, 21 June 2019.

Great Singapore Sale: TaFF Fashion Scramble

At 3PM, 300 dancers and models will take over Singapore’s premier shopping district with a traffic-stopping runway show curated by the Singapore Retail Association (SRA) and the Textile and Fashion Federation (TaFF), featuring designs by homegrown and international labels, including Ong Shunmugam, Qlothe, Matter, Beyond the Vines, H&M, Cos, and Zara.

Looking for a good spot to watch this one-of-a-kind fashion scramble? We recommend staking out Design Orchard, where you can also check out a vast array of locally designed apparel and lifestyle goods on the ground floor while waiting for the festivities to begin.

The Orchard Road Fashion Scramble will take place at the junction of Cairnhill Road & Orchard Road (Design Orchard, Robinsons the Heeren, Mandarin Gallery) at 3PM on Friday, 21 June 2019.


Running out of outfit ideas to wear during this everlasting summer? Give tight tank tops and shorts a rest and go for dainty, flowy ensembles that will keep you cool in the heat. From wrap designs to off-shoulder looks, our Clozette Community is super fond of wearing these pieces. Keep scrolling to get some inspiration on how to slay this cutesy look.

Off-shoulder neckline underlined with a necklace

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