Even though HBO's "Euphoria" ended in August with a heartbreaking finale, fans of the series have continued to search for more information pertaining to the popular show during its hiatus. Now, Zendaya, who plays Rue Bennett, has revealed who came up with the sentimental backstory of her character's red hoodie.

In a new interview with Allure, the star revealed that even though the oversized hoodie was written into the story, it was actually her idea to incorporate a specific component of its history into the show.

"When I was 11, my grandfather passed, and we had all his old clothes. I thought it would be cool if we made [it clear that] the hoodie was Rue's [late] dad's hoodie. [I wanted to capture] that attachment that you have to inanimate objects when somebody passes," she revealed to the publication.

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This is not the first time that the style choices on the drama were made in order to tell a story beyond the script. Earlier this year, Doniella Davy, who served as the makeup artist on Season 1, revealed that she made intentional choices throughout the episodes to give the audience a glimpse into the inner thoughts of each character.

When discussing Rue's various looks, Davy said that her goal was for the makeup to be "smudgy and unpolished closeup," while still having this "emotional quality that just feels like tears." Additionally, she said that Cassie's (Sydney Sweeney) makeup tends to lean more "towards a conventional sexy look" as she continuously tries to "garner interest from male jocks."

As for what Season 2 could hold for Rue, Jules (Hunter Schafer), and the rest of the characters, there are many unanswered questions about where their stories are headed. However, creator Sam Levinson has already revealed the truth behind Rue's dramatic final scene

Season 1 of "Euphoria" is currently streaming on HBO.

euphoria Pictured is actors Hunter Schafer and Zendaya in a scene from "Euphoria" Season 1, episode 4. Photo: Eddy Chen/HBO