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Zendaya's American Music Awards style explained

Published 03/12/2015

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Zendaya's stylist Law Roach has revealed how he pulled the star's latest red carpet look together.

Zendaya's stylist Law Roach doesn't believe stars have to be naked to top best dressed lists.

The 19-year-old singer wowed on the red carpet at the American Music Awards last month (Nov15) in a stunning pink, floral Emanuel Ungaro spring 2016 outfit, which her fashion guru picked to make sure his client stood out against her peers.

"We knew it was going to be a night of long dresses," he told Teen Vogue. "It was going to be a night of lots of skin and I always want to make a point that you don’t have to be naked to end up on the best dressed list. She had on a really short skirt and she had the collar buttoned all the way up with long sleeves."

Zendaya paired her ensemble with matching hot pink high heels and wore her hair long and loose down her back.

During his chat with the outlet, Law also discussed Ariana Grande's outfit, having also worked with her ahead of the event. The 22-year-old wore a beautiful Giambattista Valli Couture strapless dress, which featured a floral beaded bodice, pink peplum and black lace skirt from the Fall 2015 Couture Collection.

"I kept it really simple,” Law added. “I just wanted to dive in and figure out where we could meet together and the Giambattista (dress) was a little bit — or a lot — of both of us.”

The Problem singer wore her dark hair piled up on the top of her head and kept accessories to the minimum.

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