Zendaya Wears Dirt, Still Looks Majorly Chic In First 'Teen Vogue' Cover Shoot

Zendaya Wears Dirt Still Looks Majorly Chic Firstteen Voguecover Shoot

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If calendars didn't exist, paying attention to whenever military style is trending would be a good way to keep track of passing time. It feels like the look dominates the spring runways ever few years or so, and now it's having yet another moment–as evidenced by Zendaya ’s first Teen Vogue cover.

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And this isn't just military inspired. For her shoot, Zendaya fully committed to the style–caps, cargos, and all. On the cover, the rising R&B singer strayed as far as possible from her usual '90s-redux M.O., which helped earn her the part of Baby Girl in Aaliyah ’s Lifetime movie —a role she'd later decline .





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Inside the spread, she went with a rougher interpretation of the look—one that included dirt as blush and messy braids and buns. She also accessorized with a helmet because, well, why stop at wearing mud?

But even with that natural kind of warpaint, she sells the look and somehow manages to keep her white shirt dress pristine in the middle of the desert.



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To see what other stylistic feats Zendaya pulls off atop sweltering sand hills, look for her February issue on newsstands January 13.

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