Zendaya wore a daring Vera Wang two-piece ensemble to accept a Fashion Icon Award.
The actress paired a custom bubble-waist skirt with a bandeau bra.
The award is given to individuals who take risks on the red carpet.
Zendaya wore a daring Vera Wang two-piece to accept the CFDA's Fashion Icon Award on Wednesday.
The actress, 25, attended the CFDA's Fashion Awards 2021 in a custom outfit that comprised of a bandeau bra and narrow skirt with a hand-draped bubble waist, Vera Wang wrote on Instagram.
She completed the look with a statement necklace and bracelet by Bulgari, according to Vogue, and a red cropped jacket with long sleeves. She wore her hair in braids.
Zendaya was styled by celebrity stylist Law Roach, who has worked with the star on numerous occasions, including for the 2021 Netflix film "Malcolm and Marie," which she starred in.
The Fashion Icon Award is awarded to individuals who take risks and experiment with different aesthetics on the red carpet, according to Vogue. Past recipients include Naomi Campbell, Beyoncé, and Lady Gaga, Harper's Bazaar reports.
Some of Zendaya's most daring looks from the past year alone include an Yves Saint Laurent dress from 1982, which she wore to the Essence's Black Women in Hollywood Awards, and a custom Balmain dress with a thigh-high slit at the Venice Film Festival.
"I feel extremely honored. So grateful, so humble. This has definitely been a dream of ours. I don't even know how to put [it] into words," Zendaya said during an interview with Vogue that was posted to Roach's Instagram story on Thursday,
Law Roach did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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