Zendaya Shines in a Fiery Orange Look Straight From the Runway
Another day, another stylish Zendaya look.
The Euphoria star’s longtime stylist Law Roach just shared new pics of her latest designer outfit on Instagram. In photos taken by photographer Tomás Herold, Zendaya poses in front of a wall of lacquered wood while wearing a wild leather outfit from Ferragamo’s spring 2023 collection, the first by the house’s new creative director Maximilian Davis.
The orange and maroon set is comprised of a long-sleeved button down, tied in the front, and matching trousers. She finished the look with a pair black Christian Louboutin stilettos and layered gold necklaces, while wearing her loose in blown-out curls.
Last week, the two-time Emmy winner made a quick trip to Paris Fashion Week for Valentino’s spring 2023 show. For the occasion, Zendaya wore a sparkling all-black look, layering a blazer and short suit over a sheer, crystal-embellished bodysuit, with all three pieces adorned in shimmering V-shaped decorations.
She paired the look with clear pointed-toe high heels with a black fishnet overlay, nude soles, and black stiletto heels. Her accessories included black chandelier earrings and an oversized diamond ring with an old-fashioned design.
In a new interview, Zendaya opened up about her love of fashion and how she approaches red-carpet appearances.
“I think of it like when I’m playing a character, it’s kind of what Law and I do on red carpets, we pick and create these characters, and I’ve just enjoyed it so much over the years,” she said.
“I always loved clothes and they were in many ways a tool of expression,” she added. “Fashion has taught me so much about myself and how to be so much more fearless in a lot of different ways. It has also helped me in other avenues of my life whether it be business or even as an actress to be more fearless and to not be so concerned with other people’s point of view of what I look like or what I’m wearing.”
Quinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance writer who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a Black feminist lens. When she isn’t writing or checking Twitter, she’s probably watching the latest K-drama or giving a concert performance in her car.