Millie Bobby Brown Lands Her First Magazine Cover With So It Goes

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If you still haven't seen the incredibly popular and oh-so-amazing Netflix series "Stranger Things" (seriously, what are you even doing with your life?), we would like to introduce you to Millie Bobby Brown.

Millie, who plays psychokinetic "weirdo" Eleven in the show, just landed her first magazine cover. And here's what we want you to do: remember this moment. Remember this cover. Remember this shoot. Because Brown has officially become fashion's newest It girl and she's about to take the industry by storm ... at the age of 12.

Giving that stern Eleven look on the front cover of So It Goes magazine, the young actress is seen perched up on a marble fireplace, decked out in a feminine Chloe skirt, grungy forest green bomber jacket and black Doc Martens boots. Her short hair, which she cut off for the show, is slicked back and totally gorgeous.

Shot by Lauren Dukoff and styled by fashion editor Liz McClean, issue number eight of the glossy features a 20-page spread on the British actress and fans are treated to an array of looks rocked by Brown, who just attended New York Fashion Week last month, solidifying herself as an up-and-coming Hollywood star.

And lets make this clear: the fashion world loves her right back. In Paris with her co-stars Gaten Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin, Brown was paid a visit by Louis Vuitton's creative director Nicolas Ghesquière. He posted a photo to Instagram of the #strangerthingssquad and everyone freaked out. Could the young cast be Louis Vuitton's next campaign stars?

We sure hope so.

With her British charm, badass style and quirky demeanor (seriously, have you seen her rap Nicki Minaj's "Monster" verse?), Millie is well on her way to becoming a household name. And we can't wait.

Issue 8 of So It Goes magazine is available for pre-order now at

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