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Zendaya Served ’70s Slayage At The 3rd Annual InStyle Awards

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Zendaya Served ’70s Slayage At The 3rd Annual InStyle Awards

On the fashion front, Zendaya feels like the second coming of Rihanna. She’s versatile, not afraid to take risks, and can pretty much wear any and everything she wants. Case in point: the big black ‘fro she rocked at the 3rd Annual InStyle Awards in Los Angeles last night.

Rightfully, the 21-year-old was honored with the Style Star Award during the ceremony and she accepted wearing a tulle ombre couture dress from Schiaparelli’s Fall 2017 Couture collection, according to US Magazine.

“Fashion has given me that vehicle to not care,” the actress said of her style choices while accepting the award. “Literally, the only opinion that should matter when you step outside the house or when you wear something and you put something on when you look in the mirror should be your own. I thank you for pushing me to be confident and pushing me to take chances.

She added, “We should stop living by the definitions that other people give us and live our own. That’s what fashion has allowed me to do. Continue, every single one of you, to be extraordinary and brilliant and unique in your own way because that’s what the world needs right now, is people who …

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