Zendaya graces the cover of the November 2020 issue of Vogue Hong Kong, which is (surprisingly) her first Vogue cover.
The cover as part of the special feature on the voices of Gen-Z, which is the perfect fit considering the actress is one of the most influential stars of her generation.
Despite the fact that work has begun on her third Spider-Man film, she took time out of her busy schedule to pose for this editorial which saw her work alongside her long-time stylist Law Roach.
The Image Architect pulled a lot of futuristic designs from Christian Siriano, Area, Halpern, Gareth Pugh and newcomer Kenneth Brody McCasland, but for the cover she was decked out in Louis Vuitton which were all captured by Djeneba Aduayom.
When asked about how she ascended “so gracefully” into the next phase of her career, unlike many Disney stars who “go off the rails,” the 23-year-old actress pointed to how difficult it is to grow up in the spotlight.
“The first thing I will say is it’s important not to judge any other person’s career or trajectory, because when you’re a young actor you are growing up in front of the world,” she said. “Sometimes that’s not easy. Everybody has their own path.”
Creative Direction: @Patti_Wilson
Casting Direction: @JillDemling
Makeup Artist: @OfficialSheiks
Hair Stylist: @Fesa_N
Set Designer: @LizzieLang
Lighting Director: @JTergo
Video Editor: @Mart_Yeung