It's been a whirlwind week for Zendaya. The starlet landed her first Vogue cover and is touring the world to promote her biggest role yet, as Mary Jane in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which will hit theaters July 7. Now that she's a newly minted Vogue cover girl, it only makes sense that she'd dress in the hottest labels. She's been wearing fun, age-appropriate outfits from some of the biggest names in fashion this past week.
First, while in Madrid, on June 14, she wore a blue, flowing Jonathan Simkhai gown and matching Manolo Blahnik pumps from Rihanna's collaboration with the shoe designer. This outfit even inspired a tweet in which Daya made good on her promise to slay the heels that were personally gifted by Rih.
For her next two press events, Daya engaged in a bit of fashion diplomacy. In London on June 15, below, she wore a fun frock by UK designer Molly Goddard from the Fall 2017 collection. Goddard, one of the most promising up-and-coming designers today, is known for her edgy designs. We can't really picture anyone but Zendaya being able to rock this fit so flawlessly.
Lastly, while in Barcelona, Daya took this look from Spanish designer Del Pozo, below, out for a spin. Recently we made a claim that Rihanna is the only person we've seen who looks better in phresh-off-the-runway clothes than a model. Allow us to amend our assertion; it seems that we can add Zendaya to this very exclusive list. As evidenced below, she gave new life to this fun pantsuit and slayed it even better than the runway model could. And she repeated the same shoes that she wore in London! TBH, we love when celebs repeat part of an outfit. It's proof that she's a girl after our own hearts!
Daya's press tour isn't over just yet. We'll keep this updated when she serves more looks —and we have no doubt that she will.
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