Zendaya Channeled Her ‘Dune’ Character Chani in an Outfit Made of Too Many Scarves To Count

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Zendaya is continuing her parade of sci-fi-inspired looks for the Dune: Part Two press tour. After her Spock and space pony look at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show in Paris and her futuristic all-leather look last week, the fashion week front-row regular traveled to another world to debut an extraterrestrial OOTD that pays homage to her character Chani from the film franchise.

The actress arrived to a photo call in Mexico City looking out of this world in an avant-garde custom Torishéju set from its Spring-Summer 2024 ready-to-wear collection. The ensemble featured a high-neck crop top constructed of gray, black, and taupe pieces of fabric wrapped around her midsection, shoulders, and neck before flowing down her back, resembling her character's signature scarf.

The matching maxiskirt also featured panels of bright red material and 3-D geometric shapes along her waist, also wrapped in the cloth. The piece featured a super-high leg slit (so high it nearly reached her hip!) that showed off her leg and black patent pointed-toe pump.

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The star kept her accessories to a minimum, save for a gold ear cuff, and she styled her hair in an on-theme updo with a deep side part and one wavy face-framing strand. Her ultra-dewy skin nearly looked iridescent, and she finished her glam with a bronze smoky eye, feathered lashes, and a beige glossy lip.

During the event, Zendaya posed alongside her co-stars-turned-friends Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, Josh Brolin, and the franchise's star, Timothée Chalamet. During a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Zendaya revealed that she once helped Chalamet decorate his New York City apartment (which makes sense given the actress's eye for aesthetic and design).

"Speaking personally, I have great friendships with everyone here," Chalamet said, referring to Zendaya, Pugh, and Butler, who all made a joint appearance on the talk show. "Zendaya helped me set up my first apartment in New York years ago."

"Well, the vibe was very teenage boy," Zendaya clarified. "And we just needed a few necessities — you know, cups and plates, knives and forks, things to clean. We needed some structure."

"We got everything he needed — all the big-boy stuff," she added.

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