In the heart of February, the Dune: Part Two press tour emerged as a formidable contender for the grandest and most glamorous Hollywood red-carpet spectacle of the year. For the past couple of months, Zendaya, alongside her co-stars Timothée Chalamet, Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, and sometimes Anya Taylor Joy, graced one red carpet stop after another, donning outfits that defined the word ‘epic’ in the realm of fashion. See their looks HERE. Amongst all of them, Zendaya stood out as a beacon of style, captivating audiences with her sartorial prowess.

Zendaya and Law Roach – A match made in fashion heaven.

Under the masterful guidance of her longtime stylist, Law Roach, Zendaya’s wardrobe for the press tour was nothing short of thematic brilliance, characterized by architectural silhouettes and archival designs. “We adopted method dressing,” explained Roach. “The looks served as an extension of the wardrobe from the movie. It was intentional and purposeful.” Oh! We couldn’t agree more.

When Zendaya and Roach collaborated, the red carpet became a canvas for artistic expression. Their partnership had yielded countless unforgettable fashion moments over the years. However, for Dune: Part Two, they sought to tread new ground. “For the first press tour, I hadn’t seen the movie, so I did everything based on the trailer,” revealed Roach. “This time around, I knew what to look for.”

Zendaya’s final ensemble in New York City that week epitomized their vision. 

Throughout the tour, Roach and Zendaya expertly channeled sci-fi futurism in a sleek, avant-garde manner. Their collaboration went viral earlier that month when Zendaya appeared in London wearing Thierry Mugler’s archival robot suit from the late designer’s autumn/winter 1995 couture collection.

In Seoul, they delivered yet another vintage moment when Zendaya slipped into Givenchy’s autumn/winter 1999 motherboard dress, designed by the late Lee McQueen.

As the curtains closed on the press tour, Roach and Zendaya’s red-carpet collaboration was poised to etch itself into the annals of fashion history, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.

Here are all the stunning looks Zendaya pulled for the Dune: Part Two press tour in order of appearance. 

In Louis Vuitton (Las Vegas)
Louis Vuitton

Zendaya kicked off the Dune: Part 2 press tour in a relaxed ensemble, donning palazzo pants paired with a backless vest from Louis Vuitton’s fall 2023 collection.

In Torishéju Dumi (Mexico City)
Torishéju Dumi

Zendaya donned a bespoke ensemble by Torishéju Dumi, a British-Nigerian-Brazilian designer for the Dune 2 photo call. 

In Bottega Veneta (Mexico City)
Bottega Veneta

At the Mexico City red carpet event, Zendaya chose a fully customized mocha monochrome ensemble by Bottega Veneta, designed by Matthieu Blazy. The outfit featured a super cropped, long-sleeved top paired with a thigh-high skirt slit.

In Maison Alaïa (Paris)
Maison Alaïa

Zendaya graced the photocall for Dune 2 at the Shangri La Hotel in Paris, donning “La Robe Spirale,” a white wrap-around dress from Maison Alaïa’s summer-fall 2024 collection crafted by Pieter Mulier. This unique 3D-printed wool dress is ingeniously designed as a singular piece, elegantly winding around the body.

In Louis Vuitton (Paris)
Louis Vuitton

The actress wore a bespoke golden hooded crop top paired with a matching high-waisted skirt, both custom-made by Louis Vuitton to the Paris premiere of Dune 2. To complement her ensemble, she wore vintage Bulgari jewelry.

In Roksanda (London)

Zendaya made a stylish appearance at the Dune 2 photocall in London on Valentine’s Day, opting for a maroon suit by Roksanda. The ensemble featured skirts layered over pants. Completing her look, the actor forwent a shirt and instead sported a super long braid.

In Archival Mugler (London)

Zendaya stole the spotlight at the Dune 2 premiere in London, showcasing what many consider her most exceptional look yet. She rocked an iconic archival “Machine mensch” Mugler robot ensemble, originally designed by Manfred Thierry Mugler in 1995, featuring daring butt-baring details. Notably, Zendaya’s appearance marks the first time this distinctive robot attire has graced a red carpet event.

In New Mugler (London)

While the attention was on the striking Mugler armor, Zendaya also slipped into a more understated yet equally stylish black slip dress for the same event. Also crafted by Mugler, the long gown featured a draped asymmetrical neckline adorned with a metal detail, showcasing Casey Cadwallader’s design from the house’s pre-fall 2024 collection.

In Juun.J (Seoul)

During a press conference in Seoul, Zendaya opted to support local talent by donning a creation from South Korean designer Juun.J. Notably, this choice echoed her Dune co-star Timothée Chalamet, who sported the same piece in a different color for the event. You can view their complete looks HERE.

In Archival Givenchy 

Zendaya made another statement during her Dune 2 press run at the Seoul premiere by selecting a significant archival piece. She arrived at the event in a two-piece skirt suit from Givenchy’s fall-winter 1999 collection, sourced from Aralda Vintage. Designed by the late Lee Alexander McQueen, the outfit boasts a futuristic electronic circuit pattern in red. Completing the ensemble, Zendaya paired the look with Louboutin pumps featuring bedazzled red soles.

In Stéphane Rolland (New York City)
Stéphane Rolland

At the New York City premiere, Zendaya stunned in a Stéphane Rolland Spring 2024 Couture gown boasting a striking cut-out design. The dress showcased an angular open panel from the chest, wrapping around the hips and stopping just above the knee. Adding to its allure, the bright white fabric was embellished with 3D gold pieces along the skirt’s hemline. Completing the ensemble, Zendaya accessorized with exquisite gold Bulgari jewelry featuring diamonds and a pair of gold Jimmy Choo pumps.

Stylist: Law Roach

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