Zendaya turned to the recent Paris Fashion Week show for the Women in Film Awards.
The 25-year-old actress attended the awards ceremony on Wednesday night in a gray cotton maxi dress with an oversized gold plaque from Loewe’s spring 2022 collection, shown less than a week ago in Paris .
Zendaya paired the look with matching sculptural gold earrings and metallic gold Christian Louboutin pumps. The actress worked with longtime stylist, image architect Law Roach, for the look. Roach posted a video of Zendaya walking the red carpet in the Loewe dress with the caption: âShe was the queenâ¦ @zendaya wearing @loewe. Say something???”
Loewe Creative Director Jonathan Anderson presented the design house’s Spring 2022 collection on October 1 during Paris Fashion Week. The collection had a psychedelic and surreal influence, with many pieces featuring the same gold metal plating as Zendaya’s dress.
Zendaya has long been a style star to watch on the red carpet, regularly experimenting with edgy looks, couture styles, and different red carpet aesthetics. Most recently, she caused a sensation at the Venice Film Festival last month for the premiere of her highly anticipated film “Dune,” where she referenced the film’s sci-fi theme in a tailored Balmain dress inspired by the sand. dunes.
In an interview with WWD after the Venice Film Festival, Roach spoke about Zendaya and her much-regarded style.
âZendaya is one of the girls who can do almost anything and likes to take risks,â he said. âShe really is a fashion student. I bring her clothes that are touching to me, and because it makes me feel something, it makes her feel something.
Zendaya was one of the winners of the Women in Film Awards night, in addition to actresses Marlee Matlin and Jean Smart. The annual awards ceremony benefits the organization’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity in the industry.
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