'Riverdale' Fan-Favorite Camila Mendes Gives Off '90s Vibes In A Skin-Baring Versace Ensemble — See The Look!
Go bold or go home! Actress Camila Mendes proved she isn't afraid to make a fashion statement when she hit the red carpet for the November 2 premiere of Amazon's adult animated comedy series Fairfax.
The star has a voiceover role in the show, which the streaming service describe as "an irreverent animated comedy following the misadventures of thirteen year-olds Dale, Derica, Benny and Truman, four best friends on a never-ending quest for clout."
Also at the event were costars Zoey Deutch, Yvette Nicole Brown, Linda Park, Jeff Bottoms, Peter Kim, Jaboukie Young-White and Skyler Gisondo.
Check out her sexy Versace look below!
Oh, la, la! The Riverdale lead turned heads in a cropped black cardigan, opting to go shirtless underneath, which let her chest tattoo peek out. She paired the top with a black Versace skirt that featured an asymmetric waistband strap.
She accessorized with black ankle wrap heels, a black bag and a thick gold necklace.
The all-black designer outfit was a hit with her friends, with Riverdale costar Lili Reinhart commenting, "This look. I want to frame this pic of you and put it in my room."
Bella Thorne called Mendes a "sexy momma," while Fairfax costar Zoey Deutch quipped, "how do u look like this."
The star revealed via social media that she had a blast at the event.
"Last night for @fairfaxonprime ❤️🔥 so grateful to have voiced melody, cerise and some other fun characters. all from the floor of my closet at the beginning of the pandemic," she said. "This show is hilarious and relatable and i highly recommend you all go watch it on @amazonprimevideo 🙌🏽."
Despite her trendy look, the NYU graduate revealed to Fashionista that she isn't a big spender.
"I don't do that much shopping, to be honest. I just haven't been shopping in forever, and I've never been much of an online shopper because I just don't trust buying clothes online. I'm always suspicious that I'm gonna get the wrong size and I'm not gonna feel like sending it back," she explained earlier this year. "I've always been an in-person shopper, but I've been shying away from that and just been more about stuff that my stylist and brands have been sending me."