Zendaya and her stylist Lowe Roach know how to surprise with non-trivial fashion solutions. At the London premiere of the continuation of “Dune”, which is already in full praise of international film critics, the performer of one of the main roles came in the original cast armour Machinenmensch from the couture collection Mugler 1995. The outfit has already been dubbed “robot costume” and compared to the famous image of the “Star Wars” character C-3PO.

Notably, at the legendary show, the armour was first shown together with a floor-length cape, which Zendaya decided to abandon. The 27-year-old “Euphoria” and “Spider-Man” star’s futuristic look, which blew up the Internet, was complemented by a wet hairstyle and smoky make-up in nude shades.

Zendaya’s colleagues from Denis Villeneuve’s film appeared at the premiere, held at Leicester Square in London, UK, in equally spectacular outfits. Timothee Chalamet, Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, Rebecca Ferguson, Léa Seydoux, Anya Taylor-Joy and others were among the guests.