7 Styles, 7 Cities

See Zendaya Stun All Over the World

This rising style star takes risks that pay off. 

She sings, she acts, she designs clothing—and boy, can Zendaya slay a red carpet. At just 20 years old, the Spider-Man: Homecoming star has already brought her distinct sense of style to glittering events around the world, and she always turns heads. 

Working with stylist Law Roach, Zendaya has made us swoon in everything from carnival-colored couture to a heavily embellished deer sweater. (It worked on her! You'll see!) Below, take a look at seven style snapshots from the life of Vogue's current cover girl. 

1.  London

Though she was in London to promote Spider-Man, Zendaya looked like an haute bumble bee at this photo call. The actress wore a belted, striped sweater over a teal ballerina skirt. The top and the skirt were both by British designer Molly Goddard

2.  Paris

Zendaya celebrated the 4th of July in Paris, where she studied up on current trends at the couture shows. Her surprising look from Victor & Rolf, which added ruffles and sequins to a stag sweater, can only be described as ugly-sweater chic. Only Z could pull this one off. 

3.  Madrid

In Spain, the star paired a Jonathan Simkai dress with Manolo Blahnik shoes that had been gifted to her by Rihanna. (#Dead.) Stylist Law Roach told Elle that the look was inspired by what a Spanish woman might wear on a date. 

4.  Los Angeles

Pretty in pink doesn't begin to describe it. Zendaya made headlines in Hollywood in a couture gown by Ralph & Russo. Her bubblegum-pink pumps matched the dress perfectly. 

5.  New York

Who could forget Zendaya's epic appearance at the 2017 Met Gala? The Dolce & Gabbana look look was enough to impress Rihanna, who posted a snap of the dress with the caption "brown goddess." 

6.  Capri

Speaking of D&G, Zendaya posed for the brand's 2017 campaign during a sassy shoot in Capri. Have you ever seen spaghetti print look so chic? 

7.  Toronto

Oh, Canada. The style star's appearance in the land of Justin Trudeau was marked by a deconstructed sweater by cool-kid brand Public School. (Nope, those aren't moth holes! That's deconstruction at its finest.) A white button-up shirt and boots by Paul Andrew completed the look. 

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