Zendaya takes cornrows to the front row in Paris
Musician-and-actress Zendaya wore a striking two piece to attend the Emanuel Ungaro show at Paris Fashion Week.
(Cover) - EN Star Style - Disney star Zendaya rocked cornrows on the front row at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday (04Oct15).
The 19-year-old attended the Emanuel Ungaro show with her dark hair pulled back tightly off her face. The style complemented the star’s edgy-yet-glamorous look, as she wore a striking mini dress and matching sports jacket by Fausto Puglisi.
The dress featured embellished flowers around the bust and hemline, with multi-coloured stripes running down the body between them. The jacket also featured the stripes, but in metallic hues, with the flowers making an appearance on the arms, from shoulder to wrist.
Zendaya was obviously thrilled with her look, as she took to Instagram to share an image of her ensemble with her fans.
“Cornrows and designer clothes @luxurylaw @faustopuglisi_wow (sic)” she wrote.
The beauty continued to bring her fashion A-game to Paris when she attended the Buro 24/7 Family Presentation later that day.
Zendaya wore a vibrant turquoise fringed dress which showcased her perfect pins. The halterneck-style top of the garment also showcased her figure, while the star kept accessories to a minimum with just her hairstyle and a pair of turquoise sandals accompanying the look.
Also sporting a variety of looks in the French capital was singer Rihanna. The Barbadian beauty had attended the Dior Spring 2016 show on Friday (02Oct15), draped in a salmon-coloured coat and patent leather boots.
But on Saturday (03Oct15) the Stay singer took her look to the boudoir, first in a flowing pale pink dress for Vogue’s 95th Anniversary Party, then switching into a pink slip and shiny black thigh-high boots.
Rihanna was more covered up on Sunday, when she headed out into the city sporting an oversized coat with different coloured striped panels. Underneath she wore a white blouse and jeans, but sexed things up with her favourite thigh-high boots.
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