Zendaya has been treating the 78th annual Venice Film Festival as her very own fashion show!
At the September 3 premiere of her upcoming flick Dune, the actress rocked a collared dress and a blazer, perfectly combining the menswear trend with a feminine energy.
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The former Disney Channel star showed off her long legs in a white floor-length dress by Valentino. The frock featured a lapel collar and a thigh-high slit in addition to an eye-catching pink stain ribbon at the waist.
She finished off her look with a black blazer and a classic pair of Christian Louboutin pumps.
Zendaya let her curls flow freely, parting them to the side.
Dune doesn't come out until October 22, but she's already super excited for audiences to see the film.
"Dune was incredible. I wasn't in it very much, so when I was watching the trailer, I was like, 'Oh my gosh!' I called [costar] Timothée [Chalamet] and said, 'Dude! You should be proud,'" she told InStyle. "It is a big deal to even be a small part of something with such a massive cast. And I love sci-fi stuff too. It's fun to escape into another world."
Putting her best foot forward!
"I think for me, I really have been lucky to find, through fashion, a lot of confidence," the "Replay" singer shared. "For me, dressing up and trying new things is a form of exploring my confidence, exploring what I like, exploring what I enjoy."
After a year of sitting on the couch, the Euphoria lead is glad to be back in the spotlight.
"When I go on carpets, for some people, some people hate this part. This is my favorite part. I can just go to a red carpet and just go home, because it’s like my favorite part is the red carpets," she revealed. "That’s sometimes opposite for people, but I enjoy it. It’s fun for me. I get to be these different characters. It’s like an alter ego."
Zendaya will have a busy few months: aside from the premiere of Dune, her flick Spider-Man: No Way Home debuts in December, and she's also set to reprise her role for the second season of the HBO drama Euphoria.