Zendaya wore a black and white vintage Valentino gown to the Euphoria photo call in Los Angeles and looked like a Hollywood diva.

At the season two picture call for Euphoria in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Zendaya played a seductive redhead siren.
The 25-year-old actress looked stunning in a vintage Valentino black and white striped gown. In the strapless piece, she showed off her slim 5ft10in frame and took the occasion by storm.

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Her auburn-hued locks were styled in a traditional chignon with a swooping bang at the front by the Oakland, California native. The popular comedian, who is known for her impeccable fashion sense, wore merely a pair of stunning drop earrings.

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Zendaya’s makeup was flawless, with a smokey eyeshadow, light blush, and a tinted lip bringing out her features. While walking the event’s step-and-repeat, her brows were perfectly arched as she smiled for shots.

The singer wore a subtle nude manicure, allowing her stunning ensemble to take center stage. The Dune actor used to Instagram to post two old photographs of top model Linda Evangelista wearing the gown with designer Maison Valentino in the 1990s.

Euphoria director Sam Levinson, who previously worked with Zendaya on the 2020 Netflix project Malcolm and Marie, joined the big influencer at the star-studded bash. Levinson, 36, wore black pants and shoes with a long navy green peacoat.

A white shirt and tie combo was visible beneath his overcoat. He had a big beard and his black hair had grown out a little. Hunter Schafer, 23, and Colman Domingo, 52, were present in the picture with Zendaya. Colman looked dapper in a white leather trench coat, while Hunter sported a magenta off-the-shoulder dress.

The whole cast gathered for a group portrait, with everyone getting up up and personal as they flaunted their own styles. The second season of Euphoria will premiere on HBO Max on January 9, two and a half years after the first season was critically acclaimed.

The show’s production was suspended because to the pandemic, which is about teen drug misuse, gender identity, and sexuality. Two special episodes focusing on major characters Rue and Jules broadcast on the streaming platform last year.

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