Zendaya’s Met Gala Style Marathon: Four Show-Stopping Looks in One Night

Zendaya was undoubtedly the hardest worker at this year's Met Gala, especially when it came to changing outfits. The actress, who was also one of the co-chairs of the event, graced us with not one, not two, not even three, but four entirely distinct looks throughout the night.

Zendaya's Met Gala Style Marathon: Four Show-Stopping Looks in One Night

Her fourth ensemble, a sleek gray goddess dress, was worn to the Loewe after-party. Designed by Jonathan Anderson, the creative mind behind the fashion house, the costumes were for Zendaya's latest film, Challengers. Alongside her were co-stars Josh O'Connor and Mike Faist, with Zendaya reportedly spending most of her time near the DJ booth.

The pleated, slate gray gown was custom-made by Loewe and boasted a pleated bodice, a statuesque cinched waist, a bedazzled round collar, and a dramatic slit that extended up to her hip. Zendaya styled her hair in a slick low bun and kept her makeup minimal, with her eyebrows still sporting the ultra-thin look from her earlier daring peacock ensemble.

Zendaya's sexy, slinky after-party attire was a departure from her more extravagant, theatrical looks earlier in the evening. Her initial look, a stunning Maison Margiela gown, transformed her into a literal peacock. Following that, she wore a 1996 archival Givenchy black gown paired with a dramatic floral headpiece by Alexander McQueen. Once inside the venue, she changed into a third, slightly more subdued look — a white, sparkly gown with a plunging neckline that could easily pass for a wedding dress.

While her fourth outfit may have been less bold, the sophisticated, statuesque appearance was perfectly suited for winding down the evening while lounging by one of the coolest DJ booths in town. Once again, Zendaya and her stylist Law Roach perfectly nailed the assignment — and after this year's Met Gala, it's evident that Zendaya stands as one of the most influential figures in the fashion world today.

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