Her silver gown had a glittery finish and her hair was styled in retro-glam waves. She wore statement diamond jewelry to accessorize the minimal yet elegant look.
She channeled the time period of “The Hateful Eight” with her lace dress at the film’s premiere.
In a clever (and chic) move, Zendaya paid homage to the late-1800s time period of “The Hateful Eight” by wearing a lace dress in a stunning cornflower blue.
The black ribbon details accented the look and her matching pointed-toe heels modernized the style.
The singer and actress went for a simple wine-hued gown for the 73rd Annual Golden Globes.
The star’s look was simple in pattern but elegant in color and silhouette when she attended the 2016 Golden Globes.
She chose a wine-hued gown with a tiered body and plunging neckline, accessorized with a simple black clutch and beaded earrings.
Then she went with a menswear look for the Grammys in 2016.
If anyone can make the switch from full-on feminine to structured menswear, it’s Zendaya.
She attended the 58th Grammy Awards in February 2016 wearing a classically styled black pantsuit and black peep-toe heels. But the true standout feature was her new hairstyle: a dirty-blonde mullet à la David Bowie.
For the premiere of HBO’s “Confirmation,” Zendaya incorporated a pop of color into her red-carpet look.
It can be tricky to work a multicolored look, but Zendaya nailed it at the premiere of HBO’s “Confirmation” in 2016.
The bustier top featured a tile pattern with a rainbow color scheme, and the cream pencil skirt continued the pop of color more subtly on the underside of the ruffle.
She tied everything together by matching her pastel-pink shoes to one of the colors in the mosaic pattern.
She went for an edgier look at the 2016 iHeart Radio Music Awards.
For her appearance at the 2016 iHeart Radio Music Awards, she wore a pantsuit made of crushed velvet in a striking blood-red shade.
If the texture wasn’t rebellious enough, she paired the suit with black leather boots and a leather bralette and finished off the look with a blunt bob.
Her 2016 Met Gala was an understated interpretation of the “Manus x Machina” theme.
For the 2016 Met Gala, Zendaya chose a more subtle look for the technologically inspired theme, “Manus x Machina.”
Her one-shoulder caramel-colored gown was detailed with rhinestones, and she styled her hair in a 1960s-inspired bowl cut. The star tied everything together with a gold lip and a smoky eye.
Her on-trend yet timeless look was a standout at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.
If Zendaya’s known for anything in the fashion world, it’s for her ability to pull off just about any trend or style, and she proved it (yet again) at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.
Her peach co-ord consisted of a flowy maxi skirt and a simple bralette, and the star’s straightened hair complemented the look.
She mixed florals with bold cuts at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in 2016.
For a prestigious fashion-centric event like the CFDA Awards, it’s important for any attendee to put their most stylish foot forward, and Zendaya did just that with her floral gown.
The navy base color contrasted with the bright white floral appliques, and the silhouette — complete with waist cutouts and an off-the-shoulder neckline — gave the look a sleek edge.
Zendaya reinterpreted animal print for the 2017 Met Gala.
For her interpretation of Rei Kawakubo’s “Art of the In-Between” theme, Zendaya chose a vividly colored off-the-shoulder gown that sported artistically designed parrots. She finished off the look with a bold lip and big, natural hair.
Her dress at the MTV Movie and TV Awards in 2017 was the image of spring.
Zendaya’s appearance at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards included a seasonally appropriate moss-green gown with an embroidered floral overlay offset with peach pearls.
The plunging neckline and bell sleeves put a contemporary spin on the style, and her pinned-back waves made for an elegant pairing.
All eyes were on her at the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” premiere.
Her ceremony gown proved that she had earned her accolade.
She opted for a couture Schiaparelli ombré dress with a high neckline and tiered layers. She also rocked an Afro and finished off the look with red platform heels and gold statement earrings.
She channeled a ringmaster for the world premiere of “The Greatest Showman” at the end of 2017.
Zendaya played acrobat Anne Wheeler in “The Greatest Showman,” and she arrived at the world premiere in a tiered tulle gown with black and red color-blocking that looked like a couture twist on a ringmaster costume.
Then she spread her wings for the Australian premiere two weeks later.
Zendaya took things to a whole other level at the Australian premiere of “The Greatest Showman.”
The actress arrived on the carpet wearing a butterfly-wing-shaped dress that perfectly matched the whimsy of her character from the film.
At the 2018 Oscars, she stepped out in a dark plum, Grecian-style dress.
The Academy Awards’ red carpet is one of the best fashion moments of the year, and the 2018 ceremony brought one of Zendaya’s best looks to date: a dark-plum Giambattista Valli gown, which featured a Grecian-style silhouette with gorgeous draping and a one-shoulder neckline.
The look was completed with a sleek bun and minimal jewelry.
Zendaya channeled Joan of Arc for the 2018 Met Gala.
For the 2018 Met Gala, guests were asked to interpret the influence of the Catholic Church on the fashion world, and Zendaya went all out.
Her ensemble included a head-to-toe chain-mail-esque silver dress reminiscent of Joan of Arc, accompanied by a blunt, auburn bob with dramatic bangs.
She color-blocked at the 2018 GQ Men of the Year Awards in London.
Zendaya made an appearance at the 2018 GQ Men of the Year awards in London wearing a vibrant purple, yellow, and black gown. The look also featured a slicked-back hairstyle and a smoky eye.
She went with a bold silhouette at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards.
Zendaya resembled a chic Hershey’s kiss in this structured August Getty minidress at the 2018 MTV Movie and TV Awards. The look was completed with slicked-back hair that revealed statement gold earrings.
She wore another head-turning look to the 2019 Met Gala.
At the 2019 Met Gala, Zendaya interpreted the “Camp: Notes on Fashion” theme with this jaw-dropping Cinderella-inspired gown. She leaned into the look with perfectly coiffed blonde hair, a simple black choker necklace, a small carriage-shaped clutch, and, of course, glass slippers.
The whole ensemble came to life when it started glowing upon her red-carpet entrance.
Zendaya went for a whimsical look at the LA premiere of “Euphoria.”
Zendaya celebrated the premiere of her hit HBO drama, “Euphoria,” in an angelic white dress with large ruffle details. She styled her hair in a ponytail with chunky bangs and finished off the look with a pair of elegant white pumps.
She was on-theme for the “Spider-Man: Far From Home” premiere.
Her strappy, red and black backless gown was adorned with sequins, and her smoky makeup, simple black heels, and minimal jewelry complemented the look.
She rocked a summery ensemble at the 2019 Teen Choice Awards.
Zendaya went for a simple, summery look for the 2019 Teen Choice Awards.
The co-ord consisted of a yellow and white plaid top and green shorts, and she paired the look with her timeless white pumps.
The star channeled old-Hollywood glam at the 2019 Emmys.
Zendaya gave Hollywood glam a modern twist with this emerald-green see-through gown at the 2019 Emmy Awards. She paired the dress with matching heels, a chunky bracelet, and flowing waves to complete the look.
She went high fashion for the 2019 Elle Women in Hollywood event.
Zendaya stunned at the 2019 Elle Women in Hollywood ceremony in a grey and white ensemble. The menswear-inspired look consisted of a button-up, pants, a skirt, a cropped jacket, and a stylish belt.
She brought the whole outfit together with her trusted white heels.
She looked like a 1990s dream at the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards.
Zendaya leaned into her more girly style at the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards in a two-piece pink ensemble. The structured top contrasted nicely with the long, flowing skirt, and her pink eye makeup and frosty lip gloss added to the 1990s vibes.
She completed the look with long braids.
Zendaya brought a 1980s flair to the 2021 Essence Black Women In Hollywood Awards.
In April 2021, Zendaya paired flared black pants with long slits and a metallic top with a 1980s silhouette for the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards.
She completed the look with simple jewelry and embellished black shoes.
She shined on the 2021 Oscars red carpet in a bright-yellow gown.
Zendaya opted for a flowy, bright-yellow gown with an abdominal cutout for the 2021 Academy Awards.
She added some flair with a silver statement necklace and long, flowing hair.
The actress once again matched her outfit to her movie’s aesthetic at the “Space Jam: A New Legacy” premiere.
Zendaya voiced Lola Bunny in the reboot “Space Jam: A New Legacy.”
She walked the red carpet for the premiere in a multicolored, satin romper that went well with the colors in the movie’s poster.