Zendaya is a certified style icon everywhere she goes.
She's especially bold on red carpets, wearing sheer dresses, daring crop tops, and giant ruffles.
The Emmy-winning actor has also donned bold prints, oversized clothes, and unique fabrics.
Zendaya made her first Met Gala appearance in May 2015.
Zendaya's standout dress was designed by Fausto Puglisi. It had a sleeveless black bodice, and a red miniskirt with embroidered suns. The latter piece was especially unique, as it extended into a train behind her.
To complete the look, she wore a gold sun headband and matching bracelet.
In December of that year, she wore a pair of very wide-legged pants to Rihanna's Diamond Ball.
Her striped pants, as well as her single-sleeved crop top, were designed by Rosie Assoulin. Though both pieces are now sold out, they previously retailed for a combined total of $3,490.
The actress paired a black dress with a wild pair of shoes for a Grammys after-party in February 2016.
Zendaya's long-sleeved gown had a plunging neckline that extended to her metal belt. The slit in her skirt, on the other hand, helped her show off black sandals that had 14 buckle straps each.
The actress's blonde cropped hairstyle also helped her stand out on the red carpet.
She completely changed her look for the iHeartRadio Music Awards in April 2016.
Not only did she ditch her blonde bob for a brunette lob, but she also swapped a black dress for a red pantsuit made from velvet. She paired the outfit with a gray crop top and pointed black boots.
Zendaya later wore one of her most confusing looks to date in October 2016.
On the blue carpet, she was photographed wearing a white shirtdress underneath an oversized, ripped-up sweater. She completed the look by wearing over-the-knee boots with red laces.
Zendaya wore a white dress with a bubble skirt at the 2016 Glamour Women Of The Year event.
She was an honoree that night, and looked stunning in the Reem Acra design, which also had sheer pink sleeves covered in ruffles.
She looked glamorous in a semi-sheer gown at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards.
Not only was the green Zuhair Murad dress made from transparent fabric, but it also had a plunging neckline and open back.
In June 2017, Zendaya donned a two-piece outfit that called back to her "Shake It Up" days.
For a "Spider-Man: Homecoming" photo call, she paired a black-and-yellow striped cardigan with a blue tutu and white belt. The actress also wore white pumps and an updo hairstyle.
Zendaya was pretty in pink at the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" premiere in June 2017.
Her custom Ralph & Russo gown was bright pink, with a high neckline and rows of fabric that cascaded from her shoulders down to the red carpet. The dress also had a plunging cutout across the chest, as well as a thigh-high slit, which revealed her pink pumps.
For Variety's Power of Young Hollywood event in August 2017, Zendaya wore a bold outfit covered in sparkles.
Her high-neck top had long sleeves, and was held together by pink buttons. Zendaya's pants, on the other hand, were wide-legged and reached her ankles.
Zendaya wore a Vivetta gown to the annual Fashion Awards in December 2017.
Zendaya's dress had a floor-length skirt made from velvet, and long sleeves covered with silver stars. Its bodice was almost entirely sheer, aside from two black horses that covered her chest.
The actress opted for an oversized minidress at the Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers event in May 2018.
Her billowing dress had balloon-style sleeves, a high neckline, and giant bow on the side of her neck. To complete the bold look, Zendaya wore a black headband and polka-dot print shoes.
The actress resembled Joan of Arc at the 2018 Met Gala.
Zendaya was one of three celebrities to wear an armor-inspired outfit that night. Still, her Versace gown stood out thanks to its sparkling skirt, scoop-style neckline, and metal padding.
At the GQ Men of the Year Awards in September of that year, Zendaya wore a colorful gown with a daring skirt.
Her gown had a sparkling yellow bodice, which was wrapped with purple silk that extended into a single sleeve draped down her back. Additionally, Zendaya's skirt had a daring thigh-high slit.
She opted for a standout tiered gown at an Áme Jewelry event in December 2018.
Designed by Marc Jacobs, Zendaya's sleeveless dress was made partially from pink-and-orange feathers. She paired it with pink pumps, and also wore her hair in an updo style.
Zendaya experimented with ruffles once again in February 2019.
At a Lancôme event, during which Zendaya was named the brand's Global Ambassadress, the actress wore a red, long-sleeved jumpsuit. Each sleeve had red ruffles attached, and her outfit perfectly matched her bright heels.
The actress visited New York City in June 2019 while wearing an unbuttoned top.
Her two-piece outfit was navy blue, and seemingly made from silk. Her top was left mostly unbuttoned, and her mid-rise pants reached the floor.
That same day, Zendaya changed into a two-piece outfit with a unique print.
While visiting "Good Morning America," Zendaya was photographed wearing a sleeveless shirtdress covered in car blueprints. Her pants were also covered in the daring design.
The actress showed her affinity for bold prints the following day.
Zendaya's three-piece ensemble was comprised of a suit-style jacket, loose shorts, and tall boots — all of which had the same red-and-white print.
Zendaya put her own twist on a superhero suit while at the "Spider-Man: Far From Home" premiere.
Her Armani Privé gown had a red sleeveless top, which connected to her black high-low skirt. The daring gown was also backless, and paired perfectly with her pointed pumps.
Zendaya then put a feminine spin on a menswear-inspired look during Paris Fashion Week.
Her tuxedo-style crop top and sleek black trousers were custom made for her by Armani. She paired the outfit with sheer black tights and Christian Louboutin pumps, which retailed for $845 at the time.
She wore one of her most sultry looks to date at the Emmys in September 2019.
Her green Vera Wang gown had a sheer, strapless bodice, and a silk, floor-length skirt with a slit. She also wore matching green heels and a cuff-style bracelet.
By October of that year, Zendaya was mixing men's and women's wear.
Designed by Peter Do, her daring outfit included a button-up shirt, pleated pants, a skirt, and a cropped jacket with shoulders pads.
The actress kicked off 2020 with a hot-pink outfit.
She walked the Critics' Choice Awards red carpet in January while wearing a bright two-piece designed by Tom Ford. It included a metallic breastplate and a mid-rise skirt.
She also wore a dress with daring cutouts, giant pockets, and a split sleeve that same month.
Her edgy look cost $1,035 and was designed by Christopher Esber. Zendaya also wore Vhernier jewelry and $695 Christian Louboutin pumps that night.
In February of that year, Zendaya donned a sheer shirtdress that made her look like she was draped in leaves.
Her outfit was designed by Rahul Mishra Couture, and her jewels were from Bvlgari.
In June 2021, she attended the BET Awards in a semi-sheer gown with a plunging neckline.
The purple-and-green dress was a vintage design from Versace. Stylist Law Roach coordinated the look, and Zendaya revealed on Instagram that the outfit was inspired by Beyoncé wearing the same dress during her first performance of "Crazy in Love."
Zendaya then brought back the "naked" fashion trend at the 2021 Venice Film Festival in September.
She wore a sleeveless, tan dress at the event for the premiere of her upcoming film "Dune."
The custom Balmain design had a scoop neckline and ruched bodice, as well as a floor-length skirt with a small train and a bold slit that extended almost to her hip. On Instagram, Balmain revealed that the gown was created from leather "using an exact model of the star's bust."
The actress completed the look with pointed Louboutin heels in the same color as her dress, diamond studs, an emerald ring, and a statement snake necklace.
A few days later, she paired a tiny crop top with a standout skirt.
Designed by Alaïa, the two-piece set had a purple long-sleeved top that fit almost like a bralette. Its long sleeves also had tiny holes in them, as did its high-waisted skirt.
The latter part of the outfit was form-fitting up to her knees, where it was covered in a thick, fur-like material.
While promoting "Dune" in November 2021, Zendaya wore a top made entirely from chains.
She wore the backless Vivienne Westwood top with a high-waisted, checker-print skirt and cream-colored pumps.
She then showed off her bold style at the 2021 CFDA Fashion Awards.
She wore a red Vera Wang ensemble that included a strapless bra and a floor-length skirt. The latter stuck out as it had a round ruffle of fabric around her hips.
Zendaya also accessorized with diamond jewelry and rosy makeup.
Later that month, the actor was photographed wearing a black gown with a creepy detail.
Her Roberto Cavalli dress was backless, but with a piece of gold jewelry attached to the open space. It was shaped like a scorpion and extended from her shoulders to her backside.
After stunning on the 2022 Emmys red carpet, Zendaya attended HBO's after-party in a red dress with a plunging neckline.
Valentino designed the long-sleeved dress she wore, which had a form-fitting bodice, mermaid skirt, and thin train. She wore it with a messy bun and diamond jewelry.
Similarly, the black ball gown she wore to the actual ceremony was also created by the Italian fashion house.
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