Zendaya was “SERVING SERVING SERVING” at the 2023 NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, Calif.
The “Euphoria” star made her long-awaited return to the red carpet on Saturday, and didn’t hold back with her jaw-dropping look.
Zendaya, 26, turned heads in a strapless silk gown from Atelier Versace’s spring/summer 2002 collection, which featured a plunging neckline and pops of neon green.
The “Malcolm & Marie” star completed the look with minimal jewelry from Bulgari and her new bob ‘do styled in loose curls.
“Period….,” Zendaya’s longtime stylist, Law Roach, captioned an Instagram video of the actress modeling the chic look, set to Beyoncé’s “I’m That Girl.”
After sharing her own pics and videos of the dress via Instagram, Zendaya received plenty of praise from fellow celebrities in the comments section of her posts.
“Insaaaanity💚,” wrote Gigi Hadid, with Hailey Bieber adding, “sheeeeesh. 😍.”
SZA wrote, “STUNNINGGGGGGGG MY GOODNESS 😍😍,” while Julia Fox commented, “Die4u.”
Zendaya’s boyfriend Tom Holland also weighed in, simply commenting, “😍😍😍.”
As if the ensemble weren’t iconic enough for one night, Zendaya changed into a second look to present an award inside the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
The “Shake It Up” alum wore a re-created version of Prada’s white star-accented bralette with matching bottoms from the brand’s spring/summer 1993 collection. Designer Miuccia Prada helped the actress update the ensemble’s original trousers into a skirt.
Naturally, the sexy outfit received even more love from her famous friends on Instagram.
“Sttttoppppp! Too gorgeous. ❤️,” Selma Blair gushed, with Shay Mitchell calling the whole ensemble “UNREAL.”
It’s been awhile since fans have seen Zendaya on an awards show red carpet. Her last appearance was in 2022 for the Primetime Emmys, where she also turned heads in a black strapless gown by Valentino.
She won big that night, taking home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Rue Bennett in “Euphoria.”
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