6 Times Zendaya Showed That Her Bob Era Is Everything
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6 Times Zendaya Showed That Her Bob Era Is Everything

As the old saying goes, a woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life. But what does that mean for our good sis Zendaya? The actress is a star through and through, keeping her foot on all of our necks, whether it's news (read: rumors) about her relationship with longtime love Tom Holland, turning heads on red carpets, or walking away with award after award for her scene-stealing performances in her portrayal as Rue on the hit show, Euphoria.

At 26, Zendaya is no doubt accomplished, and after a mini hiatus, she has reemerged on the red carpet scene, ushering in her bob era with it.

Zendaya officially enters her 'bob' era and debuts her new look.

In the Instagram update heard around the world, Zendaya first debuted her new look on the social media platform in December 2022. Although the style icon experiments with her look quite a bit, she usually keeps her hair on the lengthier side so to see her rock shorter hair was unexpected but her bob was definitely bob-ing. This is evident by the 9 million+ likes the Reel has since garnered.

Considered one of the biggest hair trends of 2022, Zendaya is making it clear that the bob isn't going anywhere any time soon. Her new 'do is already making its presence known in 2023 and to see how the actress would own the red carpet during awards season was an era we were excited to enter.

And so far, Ms. Coleman has not disappointed.

Zendaya stunted in vintage Atelier Versace at the 54th NAACP Image Awards.

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Zendaya made her return to the red carpet in "for the culture" fashion by making her first appearance at this year's NAACP red carpet. Styled by none other than Law Roach, all eyes were on Z as she dazzled in a 2002 black and green gown by Atelier Versace.

In her second look of the night, Zendaya made a wardrobe change for her time on stage acting as a presenter in an all-white vintage Prada ensemble that was recreated for her.

Zendaya at the 29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Valentino.

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In a dreamy nod to romanticism and Old Hollywood glamour, Zendaya wore a pink Valentino dress that was adorned by 3D roses on its train as she walked down the SAG awards red carpet.

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Zendaya made a wardrobe change at this awards show, too. This time around, the purveyor of impeccable style moments wore Armani Privé haute couture as she presented an award alongside actor Paul Mescal.

Zendaya in tiger print at Louis Vuitton's Paris Fashion Week womenswear show.

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Zendaya was photographed outside making her first appearance at a fashion week in 2023 just this week. The tiger print blazer with shorts and tall boots to match was enough to literally stop traffic as she made her way into the Louis Vuitton show on March 6.

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