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Zendaya’s Dress for 'Dune: Part Two' Has the Most Daring Cut-Outs Ever

The Dune: Part Two press tour has made its way to New York City, and Zendaya pulled out yet another show-stopping look that turned heads, even in the fashion capital. Styled by Law Roach for the premiere, Zendaya wore a stunning dress from Stéphane Rolland’s spring/summer 2024 couture collection.

The futuristic white long-sleeve gown had daring cut-outs going down her midriff, across her hips, and down her thighs. At the hem of the dress were layers of gold embellishments in different shapes and sizes. Zendaya had a fresh set of long nails painted a metallic gold to match, and she stacked chunky icy diamond rings on her fingers.

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Her hair was left down in big, natural curls that reached her waist, and her makeup consisted of a sunset-colored eye look and a glossy nude lip.

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On the red carpet, Zendaya posed alongside her co-star Austin Butler, who joined the Dune cast for the sequel. He wore a sharp white jacket with black pants, adding a skinny black tie.

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Of course, the rest of the cast was there too, including Timothée Chalamet, Florence Pugh, and Anya Taylor-Joy, who was recently confirmed to join the squad.

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In “The Puppy Interview” with Buzzfeed on February 23, Zendaya admitted that at times she questioned if she was actually “good enough” to be in the Dune series.

“It’s such a special experience, I think, being able to shoot in the places that we got to shoot and be with the incredible actors that we got to be with. So every day I just felt so lucky,” she said while holding four tiny puppies in her lap. “I’m just very nervous I think, too. Because all these heavy-hitters, and you want to be, like, good, and no matter what you always kind of have imposter syndrome a little bit. You always feel like you’re just...like, ‘am I even good enough to be here?’ So, trying to also just enjoy it, too.”

Spoiler alert: Zendaya is definitely good enough.

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