Just Some of Our Favorite Fashion Moments That Zendaya Has Provided Us Over the Years That We Adore
It goes without saying that Zendaya is one of our favorite style icons. The actress, singer, body confidence advocate, and red carpet queen has provided us with many looks over the years we can’t stop swooning over. Zendaya knows no limits when it comes to fashion.
Alongside her amazing creative director-stylist Law Roach, Zendaya is continuously breaking boundaries and fashion rules to the point where we question if these rules actually exist. Choosing any one of Zendaya’s best looks over the years is quite a difficult task, but someone had to do it. From elegant gowns to color-blocked suits, these are just some of our favorite looks that Zendaya has provided us over the years
We got a major dose of ’80s nostalgia when the 21-year-old actress stepped out in a color block suit to attend the Vanity Fair and Lancome Paris Toast Women in Hollywood event in Los Angeles. The Greatest Showman star rocked an oversized multi-colored Marc Jacobs blazer with dramatic shoulder pads, matching colorful trousers and tangerine pointed-toe heels.
Zendaya walked the red carpet at the 2017 MET Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where the theme was “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the In-Between“. She wore a yellow and orange Dolce & Gabbana Haute Couture Fall 2015 Gown with a parrot print
Raw instincts are compellingly captured and artfully portrayed, in the rapturous turnings of truth conveyed. Zendaya leaves the good girl behind her in ‘Extreme‘ by Issac West for Paper Magazine, SS 2019. Staring in the new HBO drama, Euphoria. She takes on a true challenge, playing the part of a young woman who’s strength requires true grit to take it on. This drama asks that we see this actor in a totally new way.
On the glossy’s newsstand cover, the “Euphoria” actress, 23, models a red asymmetrical gown by Alietté, the label founded by celebrity stylist Jason Rembert, along with earrings from Mateo New York; on the subscriber cover, she poses in a color-blocked pleated minidress by Hanifa and coordinating Tori Soudan boots.
Zendaya knows how to own a cover, and her latest for Essence’s November/December issue celebrating the magazine’s 50th anniversary is equal parts sexy, glam, and totally classic. Inspired by Donyale Luna, known to many as the world’s first Black supermodel, the Euphoria star paid homage to the ’60s icon and re-created her most groundbreaking photos.