Zendaya Wears Menswear Better Than the Boys On New Cover

Kelsey Stiegman
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Photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer - Getty Images
Photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer - Getty Images

From Seventeen

I'm just gonna say it: with COVID restrictions and stay-at-home orders, 2020's magazine covers were, for the most part, disappointing. But somehow amidst the chaos of the pandemic, Zendaya has turned out not one, but three flawless covers while social distancing–one of the few silver linings to a truly trash year.

First, there was the sneaker-centric Elle shoot, then her Essence tribute to supermodel Donyale Luna (my personal favorite), and now, the star has moved on to GQ, flexing her uncanny ability to pivot from luxury gowns to streetwear seamlessly.

Weeks after Harry Styles wore a dress on the cover of Vogue, Zendaya took on the menswear publication's February issue wearing nothing but. Courtesy of her stylist Law Roach, Z was styled head to toe in chill-as-hell looks for the boys. In a boxy ikat button-up, a terry cloth bucket hat, and retro trousers, the Euphoria actress elegantly breaks from dresses-only gender norms.

With a bare-faced makeup look and sneakers on her feet, Zendaya stands as the style chameleon of a generation. And not a SOUL is gonna come for that title.

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