The actress made an appearance at the 2021 WIF Honors on Wednesday night at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, wearing a dress straight off the runway from Paris Fashion Week.
For her ensemble, Zendaya could be seen in a Loewe spring ’22 look that featured distinctive brass plates on the upper half of the dress while the rest was made out of a gray knit-like material. To complete the outfit, she wore matching gold pumps.
The 25-year-old Spider-Man: No Way Home actress wore a Loewe look for the event. The brass plate featured was handcrafted in France by metal sculptors using unique soldering and hammer techniques.
She completed her look with gold pointed toe heels and statement gold earrings.
Zendaya is one of the Crystal Award honorees at tonight’s event, which supports WIF’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity for women throughout the industry.
This sculptural piece — and the rest of Jonathan Anderson’s Loewe collection — made waves last week during its runway presentation in Paris for its craftsmanship and psychedelic experimentation.
The look that Zendaya wore on Wednesday, for instance, was handcrafted in France by metal sculptors using unique soldering and hammer techniques.
Tonight, Zendaya was honored alongside Marlee Matlin and Jean Smart at the Women in Film 2021 WIF Honors, which supports WIF’s educational and philanthropic programs and its advocacy for gender parity for women throughout the industry. Other honorees included “Coda” writer Sian Heder, “Hacks” actress Hannah Einbinder and producer Ashley Levinson.
This year, the annual benefit was themed “Trailblazers of the New Normal” to celebrate the women who are transforming the industry for the better.
In addition, WIF Honors debuted the Jane Fonda Humanitarian Award, which is named for its inaugural recipient and in recognition of Fonda’s fearlessness in speaking out and inspiring generations of activists.