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Sadie is on the cover of System Magazine issue 11 (May)! The issue is currently available for pre-order so if you would like to order your own copy you can do so by clicking here. I added the photoshoot and the scans, check out below!!!

Stranger Things’ Sadie Sink is this issue’s cover star, photographed in New Jersey by Juergen Teller, wearing pieces from Miu Miu’s latest collection. Conspicuously not an established fashion designer nor an authority on where the industry’s going; simply a talented, just-turned 16-year-old actress, experiencing the realities of entering a new age while navigating the turbulence of public exposure. Fragile yet powerful – the embodiment of our times.

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Given the cult around Millie Bobby Brown’s Eleven, the tortured tween with a shaved head who disappeared at the end of Stranger Things season one, it’s only natural that season two, which dropped at midnight PST on Netflix, begins with the four boys obsessively tracking down a girl.
But it isn’t Eleven they’re looking for. In fact, she’s out-of-sight-out-of-mind when a mysterious, flame-haired new cool girl shows up to the small town of Hawkins. The new arrival turns heads the moment she skateboards out of her stepbrother Billy’s car and into school. Her name is Max—Mad Max, when she’s obliterating the boys’ top scores at the arcade—and the only thing anyone can be certain about with her, besides the fact that she can really game and really skate, is that you absolutely cannot call her Maxine.

Max remains a mystery until two-thirds of a way through the season—both for viewers and for the 15-year-old actress who plays her, Sadie Sink. Until she found out Max’s backstory when she finally got the script for episode six, Sink was just as much in the dark as everyone else—maybe more so, since she’s never seen Mad Max, or pretty much any movies from the ‘80s, including E.T. and the Breakfast Club. (To her, Winona Ryder isn’t Veronica from Heathers or Lydia from Beetlejuice. She’s Winona, from work.)

Sink also doesn’t play video games (except Pac-Man), and didn’t even know how to skateboard until she found out she got the part around this time last year. (The very next day, Netflix sent over a skateboard—and a heads up that an instructor would soon be arriving to her home in New Jersey to help her through three-hour-a-day practices.)
None of that really matters, though, because the thing that Sink already had is Max’s defining quality: “I don’t really give a crap what you say about me, and Max doesn’t either,” she said matter-of-factly on a Sunday afternoon, right before she had to head back to Jersey to finish up a project for her high school French class. Sink seemed unperturbed about being the new girl in school on Stranger Things. “I didn’t feel out of place whatsoever,” she said of her late arrival to the cast.

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