'Euphoria' star Chloe Cherry, in lingerie campaign, says, 'Our bodies are for so much more just than to look at'

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Parade taps Euphoria actress Chloe Cherry for latest collection (Photo by Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images)
Parade has tapped Euphoria actress Chloe Cherry for its latest collection. (Photo: Fernanda Calfat/Getty Images)

Chloe Cherry is baring it all for Parade's latest cotton collection.

The Euphoria star debuted a variety of high-cut underwear, bodysuits and matching sets from the brand's New:Cotton line.

She also shared a few words of love for her body, and what it provides for her beyond beauty.

"Our bodies are for so much more than just to look at," she said in the Instagram video. "Something that I really value in myself is physical strength and endurance, it's something that has always made me really confident in my body."

Fans of Cherry and the underwear label were all for the collaboration.

"She's so perfect i'm in love," read one comment.

"this is EVERYTHING," declared another.

The New:Cotton line is a "sexy, sustainable take" on cotton basics, aligned with the company's mission to minimize its environmental impact.

In an episode of Call Her Daddy, Cherry was candid about her struggles with body image during her time as an adult-film star, including developing an eating disorder at 18.

"It all started when this agent I had when I was in porn said to my face that I was fat," she explained. "He said, 'Everyone says that you're fat and the fastest way to lose weight is by not eating.' he said that to me and I was like, 'What the f***?'"

"It just turned into an eating disorder 'cause I was so young at the time," she continued. "He said that to me when I was 18. It was so f*****g freaky because no one in my whole life said that I was fat — and then it just became an obsession."

The breakout star has been praised for her sex-positive outlook and has also opened up about some of the sweeter aspects of her past dating life. In an episode of Nick Viall's podcast, The Viall Files, the 24-year-old shared that she has dabbled in having "sugar daddies" in the past, and accredits those experiences with her current high dating standards.

"Having a sugar daddy taught me a level of acceptance of treatment," she said, adding, "I will never again accept a guy that doesn't want to at least try to take care of me in some way or be chivalrous in some way. Why would I accept that when I know it is out there? I know there are people out there that want to treat me really well."

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