Is there anything Zendaya can’t do? After sharing a glam girl boss photo on New Year’s Eve, The Euphoria star popped up on GQ’s new February cover Monday and proved that she can also wear menswear even better than the mag’s previous male cover stars. On top of that, she made us and fans want to bring back our bucket hats and throw on every single piece she wore in the shoot.
On the cover of the mag, Zendaya rocks YSL Spring 2021 menswear - a floral print button-down paired with gray trousers, and a Post Imperial Elegushi bucket hat tucked over her two braids. The actress’s longtime stylist, Law Roach, completed the look with diamond Bulgari stud earrings.
Zendaya stuns on the cover of GQ Magazine
“So damn excited about this cover, thank you so much @gq for having me and @hunterh for this special interview talking about @malcolmandmariefilm shot by @tyrellhampton," Zendaya captioned it.
Her fans and friends went wild over it, with one person writing, “A whole mood! I need a few copies,” and another writing “the 2021 pressure has started! Proud of you Z!” But it was the series of snaps she posted next that got over one million likes in less than 30 minutes.
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In that photo, Zendaya strikes a pose on the roof of an SUV and on a railing, and wears her hair in soft waves tucked under another the same gold, chenille furry bucket hat. She topped the look with a white tank top, a pair of DSquared pants, and Vans sneakers. The pants - which we want right now - was the piece fans raved about.
Zendaya kicked off a new bucket hat and menswear trend with the looks she wore in her GQ shoot
“I am thoroughly moved by this photoshoot,” actress Madeline Brewer wrote. “I need those pants in my life,” one person wrote. “I’m obsessed,” another wrote. So, are we.
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Zendaya, who dished on her year ahead in the mag, said she spent last year rejecting scripts and took on the upcoming film Malcolm & Marie because, she said, “it offered something more than the passive girlfriend or an accessory in someone else’s narrative.”
We can’t wait to see Malcolm & Marie when it premieres on Netflix Feb. 5 - and what’s to come for this style star, who continues to inspire and make moves with purpose.