Zendaya also leaves Paris with her mouth open (with Alaïa’s look and her natural hair)

Zendaya also leaves Paris with her mouth open (with Alaïa’s look and her natural hair)

After dazzling at the Venice Film Festival with a “second skin” Balmain, Zendaya has done it again , giving a nod to French fashion with a two-piece by Alaïa signed by Pieter Mulier. But the protagonism has been taken by her natural curly hair , a statement of inclusiveness.

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She is a generational icon , but everything Zendaya does (and what she wears) goes beyond time, age and mindsets. He already swept Venice with a look signed by Balmain that seemed to sculpt his body at every step and that has become an icon in the history of red carpets , and now he has done it again.

Zendaya has conquered Paris with an aubergine-colored two-piece by Alaïa , which now has Pieter Mulier as its creative director . It is one of the looks of the new collection, the one for spring-summer 2022, and the actress combined it with Jimmy Choo shoes. With a slight openwork on the sleeves and on the upper part of the skirt, the design perfectly marks her slim figure. And is that although she is only 25 years old, “Zendaya is a grown woman,” explains Law Roach, her stylist.

Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet, at the premiere of “Dune” in Paris. Gtres Online.

On the red carpet, not even Timothée Chalamet , today’s favorite kid in cinema, or Rebecca Ferguson, two of her co-stars in Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited adaptation of Dune , managed to outshine her.

Zendaya attended Dune’s photocall at Le Grand Rex in Paris wearing a risky cropped top paired with a mermaid skirt with a burgundy fur train. But the most impressive thing was that she decided to leave her hair naturally curly. Minutes before the event, her stylist released a video of the actress dancing to the rhythm of Beyoncé’s Grown Woman , one of Zendaya’s stylistic references .

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