Zendaya’s Show-Stopping 2024 Met Gala Looks: From Fairytale Villain to Vintage Glam.

Zendaya made a triumphant return to the iconic steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after a five-year absence, this time as a first-time co-chair for the annual Met Gala. Collaborating with her longtime stylist Law Roach, Zendaya unveiled not one but two unforgettable looks that will surely make history in Met Gala fashion lore, adhering to this year’s theme, “The Garden of Time.”

First Lewk.

For her first ensemble of the night, Zendaya channeled a fairytale villain in a stunning Maison Margiela Artisanal creation by John Galliano, drawing inspiration from a 1999 Dior design. The gown boasted a one-shouldered silhouette with a dramatic trumpet skirt adorned in royal-blue and emerald-green diagonal stripes, complemented by fruit-like embellishments cascading along one side of the waist. To elevate the look further, she sported a net mesh and tulle-feathered fascinator, adding a touch of whimsy and drama.

Second Lewk.

Later in the evening, Zendaya surprised attendees with her reappearance in a breathtaking black gown, a vintage piece from John Galliano’s Givenchy era dating back to 1996. The ensemble featured a corseted lace-up bodice paired with long puffy off-the-shoulder sleeves and a structured peplum hemline, culminating in a voluminous skirt that gracefully cascaded down the Met’s staircase. Completing this show-stopping look was a bouquet-themed fascinator wrapped in black tulle, a creation by Philip Tracy for Alexander McQueen from 2006.

Zendaya’s Met Gala appearance was a defining moment, highlighting not just her impeccable style but also her innovative approach to fashion.

In an interview, Zendaya emphasized that fashion embodies creativity and serves as a means to extend the artistic narrative beyond film projects. 

Zendaya’s ability to embody different characters through her sartorial choices, reaffirms an undisputable fact, she is the “MOTHER” of red carpets!

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