Zendaya Takes the Rosette Trend to A Whole New Level At SAG Awards
You thought rosettes were trending before? LOL.
At this point, Zendaya has a reputation for killing a red-carpet look every time. At the 29th Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, that legacy lived on. The Euphoria star arrived on the red carpet in a strapless, light pink custom Valentino gown with 3D rosette detailing down the floor. The complete look is peak ballet-core pink, featuring the rosette trend straight from the runways of fashion month. On the brand’s Instagram, Valentino revealed that the dress featured “190 roses in duchess silk doubled with silk faille”, designed especially for her by Pierpaolo Piccioli and styled by Law Roach.
For jewelry, Zendaya wore four pieces from Bvlgari, including a high jewelry necklace in yellow gold with tanzanite, morganite, and aquamarine stones surrounded by spinels and diamonds, a High Jewelry diamond bracelet, a ring, and diamond studs. The star posted a close-up of the jewels on her Instagram, with a bouncy, Hollywood blowout (by celebrity hairstylist Tai Simon for OGX) to match. We wanted something romantic but also a bit playful. An ultimate bombshell blowout,” – Simon says. She also wore pink eyeshadow, bottom eyelash extensions, and black nail polish to give the completed look more edge (hello goth balletcore beauty).
Zendaya did a quick change before the SAG Awards ceremony, where she wore another strapless dress — this one from the latest Armani Privé Couture collection. Her ceremony dress is silk with pink, black, and grey geometric paneling and a cut-out just above her belly button. While her hair and makeup stayed the same, she swapped her necklace for a thick, diamond choker, keeping the diamond studs but dropping the bracelet and ring. She’s currently a brand ambassador for Bvlgari, was the face of Valentino in 2022, and has previously worn Giorgio Armani Privé for the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2022.
Of course, Zendaya had a packed schedule this weekend, attending the NAACP Image Awards on Saturday night. An event honoring outstanding representations and achievements of people of color in motion pictures, television, music, and literature, Zendaya wore two vintage looks from luxury fashion houses for the occasion. First, she arrived in a black-and-green geometric Versace gown from the Spring/Summer 2002 collection, followed by a white two-piece set — a reworked version of a Prada Spring/Summer 1993 look. She also wore a short, bouncy blowout with a sweeping side part with both outfits.