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The child stars of Stranger Things are collaborating with Louis Vuitton

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Not content with simply dominating laptop screens across the globe, the child stars of Netflix's smash-hit show Stranger Things appear to have now set their sights on reigning supreme in the fashion industry, too.

The impossibly cool trio, made up of 12-year-old Milly Bobby Brown (who plays Eleven), 14-year-old Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin) and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas), are collaborating with Louis Vuitton on an "exciting project".

News of the secret project was revealed by the brand's Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière as he shared images of himself with the trio in Paris to Instagram last Friday.

The brand haven't released any details of what the collaboration will involve, although Ghesquière wrote that he had a "fun day" with the cast and that the "exciting project" was "coming up".

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