Zendaya and her ‘Euphoria’ co-star Storm Reid grace individual covers for LOVE magazines 23rd issue which was shot by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Law Roach.
In her interview with Ben Reardon, Zendaya shared that her role as a fashion designer (a collaborative collection with Tommy Hilfiger) and model helped her make the transition from Disney child star (Disney Channel sitcom ‘Shake It Up’) to Hollywood actress (with roles in ‘The Greatest Showman’ and ‘Spider-Man‘).
She told LOVE Magazine: “There was a phase when I was using fashion to identify myself as a person outside of Disney. I think that was why I was able to have a Vogue cover and still be on Disney Channel.”
Zendaya said she had been trying to make the most of her free time before filming starts for the second series of HBO drama ‘Euphoria,’ in which she plays a recovering drug addict.
“I’m kind of just allowing myself to be as lazy as I want to be because I’m going to be unable to have any kind of social life or off-time once the show starts,” she said. “It’s very demanding and once you go in it, you’re in it.”
She said the show’s creator Sam Levinson had warned the second series would be harder on the cast: “He was like, ‘Yeah, it’s going to be tough. I’m really going to put you through it this time. You were at a five and now you’re at an 11.’”
Storm Reid is part of the next-gen of Hollywood stars.
She put in a stellar performance as the lead female character in Disney’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ by Ava DuVernay, plus she plays Zendaya’s younger sister in HBO’s acclaimed TV series, ‘Euphoria.’
In her interview she shared her tales as an actress, a venture that began at the ripe age of three. At 16, she’s proud to use her platform to inspire us all.
“I’m glad to be part of a generation that is continuously using our voices. We have to collectively look at the evil’s of our country and try to dismantle the systems of oppression.”
You’ll probably hate me for this, but I love both ladies in these playful looks from Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2020 collection. The dresses fit the ‘Alice In Wonderland’ theme to a tee.
Storm is yet to wear Louis Vuitton on the red carpet, whereas Zendaya has been front row at Louis Vuitton twice, plus she joined the ambassadors at the ‘Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton’ Exhibition back in 2017, where she looked like a sophisticated pirate.
Credit: Alasdair McLellan