Zendaya curated an affordable fashion collection and of course it’s all seriously cool

With her dazzling singing, dancing and acting skills, Zendaya is the definition of a triple threat (if you’ve seen The Greatest Showman you’ll know what we mean) and she’s got fierce fashion credentials to boot.

When you got the gym at 4, but gotta investigate some shit at 5.

A post shared by Zendaya (@zendaya) on

The 21-year-old can rock a red carpet gown like the best of them, but she looks equally at home in a tailored trouser suit or a quirky athleisure ensemble.

Now the coolest girl in Hollywood has partnered with online retailer Boohoo for a spring campaign and, naturally, she looks amazing.

(Boohoo/PA)

Called the Zendaya Edit, the 50-piece collection was hand-picked by the actress to reflect her own personal style.

The range, available in sizes 6 to 22, features denim, tailoring, swimwear, a pastel colour palette and lots of summery stripes with a nod to the Nineties thanks to ripped jeans and side stripe detailing.

(Boohoo/PA)

“We’re excited to announce our largest global partnership to date with American actress, Zendaya,” said Carol Kane, Boohoo’s CEO and Co-Founder. “Zendaya is everything the boohoo girl is and we can’t wait to have her on board with us for spring,”

The dreamy campaign was shot in Zendaya’s hometown of Los Angeles and sees the multi-talented starlet styling a baby blue maxi dress Nineties-style over a white T-shirt with a vintage bumbag, and teaming a lavender satin suit with a crop top and Converse.

(Boohoo/PA)

Want to steal Zendaya’s LA look? You don’t have long to wait – the Zendaya Edit lands on the Boohoo.com on March 21.


More in this Section

Cork pub is charging just seven cents for a pint his Tuesday

Cork woman absolutely nails I'm a Celeb impressions in hilarious video

RSPCA officer slides cat out from tumble dryer vent using lolly stick and butter

Factory mishap paves street with chocolate in Germany


Lifestyle

First he conquered Broadway, now The Boss takes on Netflix

There are a few things Daniel O'Donnell doesn't like and car's with CD player is one of them

Ask Audrey: The one thing that might impress a Cork woman is you not being septic even though you’re from Dublin

Learn a trick or two from Keith Barry on New Year's Eve

More From The Irish Examiner