Zendaya has proven time and time again why she’s always one to watch on the red carpet, every single time she brings her style A-Game, with flawless outfits that push boundaries and keep us guessing.
The actress not only constantly changes up her style but her hair too, creating stunning looks from head-to-toe.
Thankfully, she’s in the midst of a HUGE promo tour too, for the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, so there is plenty more red carpet looks to fawn over.
Most recently she attended the LA premiere of the movie, upping the style stakes once again and making a dramatic entrance in a head-to-toe pink look.
Wearing a show-stopping custom Ralph & Russo Couture gown, she certainly grabbed our attention not only thanks to the colour as well. The thigh-high split and plunging neckline allowed her to amp up the sex appeal, while the choker neck and train added regal vibes which helped to tone down the sultry edge.
She paired the look with sparkling Bulgari jewels, soft waves and hot pink shoes. It was the perfect look for such a huge premiere.
At the 2017 Met Gala, Zendaya dominated the red carpet in a huge Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Fall 2015 Couture parrot print gown. And if you thought her dress was big, her hair was even bigger. With a fro’ cut in the style of Rei Kawakubo – in whom the Met Gala was in honour of.
Bold, colourful and eye-catching. Zendaya managed to stand out in the biggest red carpet fashion event of the year.
The ever unpredictable red-carpet chameleon attended the MTV Movie & TV awards in early May and switched things up for a beautifully vintage glam look. She was every bit the retro darling in a Zuhair Murad Fall 2016 Couture olive-green dress that was rich with tonal embellishment. Tucked under curls only further enhanced her elegant throwback moment.
For the 16th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball, the actress oozed old Hollywood glamour in a Mario Dice Fall 2017 pearl-embellished cold-shoulder gown. Sleek, finger waves only enhanced the distinct vintage sensibility that was a more mature look for the young starlet - but, who can fault that when this transformation was so elegant.
Bringing back the power suit in a bright pink number by Christian Siriano. Zendaya struck bold in her fuchsia suit separates and shirt, proving that tonal dressing is always chic.
Zendaya looked beautiful in this gloriously tiered maroon Marchesa gown at the Golden Globe after-party, and what we love even more about this dress is that it was designed to transform for the dancefloor too. The singer was able to take off the bottom tier so she could get really stuck into her dance moves.
At the 2016 Art of Elysium Gala she wore another tonal suit look, this time from Vivienne Westwood, the nude heels ensured little distraction from the beautifully sculptured bodice and her trussed up locks provided a beautiful edge to the look.
Perfectly simple, but so much impact. We love the clean lines and fuss-free styling of this look at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.
We love the pops of colour from this Rani Zakhem two-piece ensemble to the premiere event of Confirmation in 2016. The colourful pops ensure this look wasn't too Prom Queen.
Not one to only experiment with colour, she also experimented with texture in this red velvet suit at the iHeart Radio Music Awards.
If you're like Zendaya and own a jaw-dropping pair of strappy sandals that buckle all the way up your thigh, then you best put them on display. She did it with a sheer black gown cut with a dangerously high slit. It was the perfect look for the Grammy's.
Wearing a look from the Reem Acra SS17 ready-to-wear collection, Zendaya stunned on the red carpet at the 2016 Glamour Women of the Year Awards. With its 3D petal sleeves, neat collar, cinched-in waist and ballooning skirt, this mini dress manages to be playful and formal all at once.
David Koma looks never fail, and this dress that Zendaya work to the 2016 GLAAD Media Awards is no different. From the pretty embellishments, sleek black details and zip up front, it's a gorgeous dress we'd give a lot to have hanging in our wardrobe.
The perfect edgy-meets-pretty statement top and leather pants look. She's also repping heels from her very own shoe line, Daya.
We love how she toned down the prettiness of this dress and stopped it from being too twee with her black accessories. Zendaya played up the contrast between her pretty outlined graphic dress with a slew of black finishing touches, including a '90-inspired choker and bejewelled platform sandals.
She had another successful fashion outing at the 2016 Met Gala where she wore Michael Kors, the one-shouldered metallic gown was sultry and sexy and only amped up further with her smoky makeup.
At the 2nd Annual Diamond Ball in 2016, Zendaya played beautifully with volume wearing a Rosie Assoulin striped two-piece look. Crafted from silk cotton seersucker for a chic touch, the cool design featuring exaggerated flared legs could’ve overwhelmed her, but she carries this look with great panache in my opinion.
At the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere, she takes a winter staple turtleneck and turns it into a standout red carpet look with a crystal-encrusted Perspex skin from Michael Kors.
Zendaya put her legs on show at the 2015 BET Awards wearing a Nicolas Jebran shirt dress. The faux pixie cut was a stroke of styling genius and the matching sparkly Roberto Cavalli platforms capped off this shimmering look.
It was a lively look she wore at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. She rocked a Fausto Puglisi ensemble featuring a graphic mash-up of leopard and zebra animal print, which was further emboldened by sunburst-shaped hardware adornment. It was certainly bold and brash, but Zendaya makes it work.
She provided a fresh breath of air with her turquoise accessories, taking it to the next level with her incredible earrings and matching pumps.
Her first time at the Met Gala in 2015 she wore a Fausto Puglisi number, bringing a youthful sense to the red carpet. The dress, emblazoned with a bold sun motif artfully took into account the evening’s Chinese theme.
The voluminous shaping and fanciful flair of the skirt was perfectly suited to any event with ‘Through the Looking Glass’ in its name.Her signature edgy sense of style was also captured in her wrist and arm cuffs and tiara-like headpiece, where the sharp sunbeam shapes were likewise repeated.
With this wonderland of a look, Zendaya gives us a lesson in how to dress for the Met Gala.
For the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards, she added a touch of vitality to the red carpet in her Peter Pilotto two-piece look which was enhanced with psychedelic colourful flowers. A bold colour shoe was most definitely required to keep the good vibes going, which Zendaya dutifully supplied, courtesy of her yellow Louboutins.
Yet another Fausto Puglisi that delighted on the red carpet from Zendaya. The bright green and hot pink look was certainly a statement piece. The blinged-out beading of the skirt was only matched by a selection of Carla Amorim and Pasquale Bruni jewels, along with hot-pink heels.
Few could wear this skin-baring, ostentatious number without it coming off in tasteless appeal, but leave it to Zendaya to rock it out with an event-appropriate fun spirit.
The colourful striped DKNY Spring look, Zendaya, wore to the 2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards is another favourite from the actress. Beauty-wise, the look was simple and fresh, with a sleek bowl-cut bob providing the finishing touch.
Zendaya stood out at the 2015 Grammy Awards wearing a multicolour, jewel-toned gown with a leg-baring, high front slit and cape-style back. A row of edgy cocktail rings, along with a Jack Vartanian ear climber was the finishing flourishes for her look.
At the 2014 American Music Awards, Zendaya worked this gorgeous 70s look from Georgine. The metallic tones looked beautiful, and the curls were the perfect nod to Diana Ross.
For the 2014 Princess Grace Awards Gala the singer proved that you can make a dramatic statement without trying too hard, wearing a Vivienne Westwood black off-the-shoulder top with a pretty floral-print black and blue ball skirt.
The ensemble makes her look so statuesque and graceful, perfect for the royal occasion.
At the 2014 Teen Choice Awards Zendaya wore two outfits on the red carpet. The first look was from Material Girl, a pink halter dress with cut-out details, styled with pink pumps and a selection of silver accessories.
Inside the venture she donned a look that was a little more risqué, wearing a black and white zebra-print Emanuel Ungaro shirt dress styled with Nicholas Kirkwood over-the-knee embroidered boots and the same jewels from before.
We love the summery Peter Pilotto look the cropped, kimono-like sleeved blouse with an ombré blue underlay and lace-panel, was the perfect directional alternative to a classic white blouse.
High-waisted and embellished with colour fade sequins from pale-blue to yellow, this skirt has a beautiful silhouette that feels thoroughly modern. Opting to keep the styling muted on this occasion, she accessorized with mint pumps, a gold clutch and jewels from Jacob & Co. and Dionea Orcini. A simple side-swept ponytail and flawless makeup completed her look.
At the MTV Movie Awards in 2014 Zendaya chose an Emanuel Ungaro black dress, which was livened up with neon yellow and chartreuse. She flaunted her statuesque frame and towering pins with the slit-to-there dress. The dress wowed with its exuberant, stencil rose print and confident colour, to which Zendaya added a rocker-chic touch with a good dose of sparkling bling in her spiky, embellished Christian Louboutin black ankle-strap pumps, long pendant earrings, Swarovski clutch and stacks of assorted John Hardy rings.