Zendaya goes big in animal print hotpants and bra at Paris Fashion Week

It won’t come as much of a surprise to hear that Zendaya totally nailed it at Louis Vuitton’s Paris Fashion Week show on Monday.

The Euphoria star knocked it out of the park in an animal print blazer and shorts combo, which she stylishly layered over a black bra.

Topping off her all-guns-blazing look with a pair of sky-high tiger-striped boots, the 26-year-old Golden Globe winner was in her element while posing alongside Pharrell Williams at the star-studded runway show.

Pharrell, 49, looked typically trendy in jeans and a green jacket stamped with Louis Vuitton’s famous logo.

The likes of Emma Stone, Ana de Armas, Chloë Grace Moretz, Sophie Turner and Jaden Smith also stepped out in the City of Light in honour of the fashion house’s latest collection.

Hitmaker Pharrell is a bonafide fashionista and last month was named as Louis Vuitton men’s creative director, taking over from late Virgil Abloh.

The move was announced by LV Chairman & CEO Pietro Beccari who welcomed the Frontin’ producer to the prestigious family and praised his past collaborations with the brand.

Pharrell’s first collection with LV is believed to debut next June during Men’s Fashion Week in Paris.

Announcing the news on Instagram, a statement read: ‘Louis Vuitton is delighted to welcome Pharrell Williams as its new Men’s Creative Director. His first collection for Louis Vuitton will be revealed next June during Men’s Fashion Week in Paris.

‘Pharrell Williams is a visionary whose creative universes expand from music to art, and to fashion – establishing himself as a cultural global icon over the past twenty years.’

The record producer will be taking the position that once belonged to the late designer Virgil Abloh, who died in November 2021 after silently battling cancer.

Despite being known for producing mega hits including Happy and Blurred Lines, the songwriter has worked with several fashion brands including Adidas and Chanel.

Mourning Virgil’s death, Pharrell wrote on Twitter: ‘My heart is broken Virgil you were a kind, generous, thoughtful creative genius your work as a human and your work as a spiritual being will live forever.

‘Sending love and light to your wife, children, family and day ones you’re with the Master now, shine.’

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