Oakland-born actor and singer Zendaya covers the Fall/Winter issue of Garage Magazine, leaving us with a big dose of visual artistry in both creative direction and design, along with a strong fashion editorial. Gabriella Karefa Johnson and Lawe Roach style the Disney star lensed by Ryan McGinley./ Creative direction by Brian Phillips; art direction by João Moraes; set design by Robert Semrel;; hair by Martin Christopher Harper; makeup by Raisa Flowers
After debuting her second collection in partnership with Tommy Hilfiger, Zendaya stood out at Wednesday evening’s Marc Jacobs show, writes Vogue. The Europhia actor introduced the biker-trench, amping the volume on Matrix-inspired dressing.
The look is timely, with Hollywood announcing that director Lana Wachowski will be filming that we know as ‘The Matrix 4’. Wachowski will also write the film. The movie follows The Matrix Revolutions back in 2003. Original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss will reprise their roles as the iconic leather-clad duo Neo and Trinity. Meanwhile, Laurence Fishburne, who played Morpheus, has yet to sign onto the reboot.
“Many of the ideas Lilly and I explored 20 years ago about our reality are even more relevant now,” said Wachowski, the original director who co-directed the first three films with her sister, Lilly Wachowski. “I’m very happy to have these characters back in my life and grateful for another chance to work with my brilliant friends.”
Production begins on the project in 2020.
Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman is living in the fast lane, which is good for a woman who drives with her foot pressed on the pedal. Fresh off the splashy debut of her TommyxZendaya collection in Paris, photo shoots for Lancôme as the brand’s youngest global ambassador and the build-up to her new HBO series ‘Euphoria’, Zendaya covers the June 2019 issue of American Vogue.
Styled by Camilla Nickerson in romantic, refined looks from Marni, Olivier Theyskens, Marc Jacobs, Richard Quinn, Lorenzo Serafini, Loewe, and Paco Rabanne, Zendaya puts her Disney past behind her for her HBO debut in ‘Euphoria’. Rising photographer Tyler Mitchell is behind the lens; May Singer conducts the interview.
Pop culture girls Zendaya and Cardi B cover CR Fashion Book #12, styled by Riccardo Tisci.Mario Sorrenti is behind the lens, with hair by Larry Sims and makeup by Ismaya Ffrench. In these images, we see a cast of conceptual characters inspired by '70s performance art.
Zendaya is only 21, but "Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman feels more like a 70-year-old grandmother than a fresh-faced ingénue who can sing, dance, act, and even fly trapeze. Here, the multi-talented starlet talks with Cardi B about her mature nature, chasing happiness, and finding the “hood” in her." Read the interview.
Cardi B is also featured on the March 11, 2018 cover of The New York Times Magazine Music Issue.
Disney's K.C. Undercover star Zendaya makes her movie debut this summer in the much anticipated blockbuster 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'. Tonne Goodman styles the young star, who will also appear in 'P.T. Barnum' with Hugh Jackman, Zac Efron and Michelle Williams later this year, in Mario Testino images for Vogue US July 2017./ Hair by Shay Ashual; makeup by Diane Kendal