Zendaya’s Power Suit at Vanity Fair’s Oscars Party | Photos

Zendaya meant business when she slipped into her second Oscars outfit on Sunday evening, delivering “Euphoria” meets “Succession” vibes in a double-breasted hourglass suit by Sportmax at the Vanity Fair Oscars party. Styled by Law Roach, Zendaya completed the look with Bulgari jewelry, including a massive statement ring on each hand, matching button earrings, and a diamond lapel pin.

The two-piece outfit, which is look 14 from Sportmax’s fall/winter 2022 collection, takes inspiration from classic tailoring but is updated with an hourglass silhouette. Offering a sharp contrast to the suit jacket’s broad shoulders, the cinched-waist shape is a trend we’ve seen on the runway at brands like Balenciaga and Area.

Zendaya’s pooling pants hid a pair of pointed black stilettos and elongated her figure as she posed for photos. Clad in a black tie and a dark-magenta button-up — perhaps a subtle nod to the “Euphoria” title-card colors — Zendaya’s look was finished with smoky black-and-silver eyeshadow, a nude lip, and a slicked-back ponytail.

Earlier in the evening, the “Spider Man: No Way Home” star made a strong case for a spot on the best-dressed list in a custom Valentino Haute Couture ensemble composed of a sequined skirt and a silk cropped blouse, which she teamed with a monochrome manicure. Competition was fierce, with stars delivering memorable fashion moments down the red carpet all night long — including Kristen Stewart in a pair of Chanel tuxedo shorts, Ariana DeBose in a powerful pantsuit, Chloë in a custom LVDF dress with a sky-high slit, and more.

Admire Zendaya’s suit from all angles ahead.

Linda J. Picard

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