Every outfit Zendaya has worn to promote the 'Dune' franchise, ranked from least to most daring

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  • Zendaya is widely recognized as a fashion superstar thanks to her daring and experimental outfits.

  • She's worn many of her boldest looks while promoting the "Dune" franchise since 2021.

  • Here's how we'd rank them from least to most daring.

Zendaya is a fashion superstar.

From her Met Gala looks to her street-style fashion, it seems impossible for her outfits to miss the mark.

And that's largely because she loves to take risks and experiment with out-there garments, many of which she's worn while promoting the "Dune" franchise.

Here's a look at those outfits, ranked from least to most daring.

Zendaya promoted "Dune: Part Two" in London while wearing a plum-colored suit.

Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photo-call in London, England.
Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photo-call in London, England.Mike Marsland/Getty Images

Designed by Roksanda, the three-piece suit included floor-length trousers, a knee-length skirt on top, and a long dress-style blazer worn with nothing underneath.

Zendaya's longtime stylist, Law Roach, pointed out in an Instagram story that she wore the ensemble before it hit the runway, as it's part of the designer's autumn/winter 2024 line.

The jacket looked particularly sharp on Zendaya, and its skirt and pants made for a unique combo. But while the outfit would be bold for some stars, it's a simple look for the "Dune" actor.

She also kept things simple back in 2021 during a London screening of "Dune."

Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" screening in London, England.
Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" screening in London, England.David M. Benett/Getty Images

She wore a white shirtdress with only two buttons clasped, pointed black pumps, and satin trousers with subtle stripes.

Though her top flowed and was worn half open, it was still pretty tame when compared to Zendaya's usual bold fashion.

The actor wore a similar style at the 2021 Venice International Film Festival.

Zendaya at a "Dune" photocall at the 2021 Venice International Film Festival.
Zendaya at a "Dune" photo-call at the 2021 Venice International Film Festival.Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images

This time, her loose-fitting outfit included a black blazer worn over a white Valentino gown.

The latter piece was tied with a pink bow that added a pop of color, and it was crafted with a thigh-high slit that showed her black heels.

Though Zendaya looked stunning, it wasn't the most surprising or daring look from those worn during her "Dune" press tour.

For a "Dune" red carpet in London around that time, Zendaya wore a futuristic gown.

Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" screening in London, England.
Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" screening in London, England.Samir Hussein/Getty Images

The cream-colored, sequin-covered gown, designed by Rick Owens, had a sculpture-style neckline that made it entirely unique. It also had a single long sleeve, a mermaid skirt, and a short train.

Though it wasn't the most daring, it was extremely glamorous — especially when paired with Zendaya's slicked-back hairstyle, purple eye makeup, and diamond jewelry.

Her two-piece ensemble for the French premiere of "Dune: Part Two" stood out.

Zendaya attends the 2024 Paris, France, premiere of "Dune: Part Two."
Zendaya attends the 2024 Paris, France, premiere of "Dune: Part Two."Marc Piasecki/Getty Images

An ambassador for Louis Vuitton, Zendaya wore a custom ensemble from the fashion house.

Its golden crop top had a thick, wrapped neckline that reached her chin, and its matching skirt featured a high waistband with wide pleated fabric beneath it.

The textured pieces showed plenty of skin, and the metallic colors matched the movie's aesthetic.

Another set she wore years earlier in Paris signified the start of Zendaya's daring "Dune" looks.

Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" photocall in Paris, France.
Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" photo-call in Paris.Kristy Sparow/Stringer/Getty Images

The Alaïa ensemble featured two eggplant-colored pieces: a high-waisted skirt with small cutouts around the waist and a super-short crop top with long sleeves.

The latter piece was especially bold, rising above her chest at the sides underneath her arms.

Fans will likely remember when the actor wore a top made from chains while in London.

Zendaya attends a "Dune" event in London, England, on October 17, 2021.
Zendaya attends a 2021 "Dune" photocall in London, England.Tim P. Whitby/Stringer/Getty Images

Vivienne Westwood designed the daring garment, which was as much of an art piece as it was a fashion statement. She wore it with seemingly nothing underneath.

The rest of Zendaya's outfit included a mid-rise checkered skirt, cream-colored pumps, and an assortment of silver jewelry.

Zendaya brought the "naked" trend back while attending the Venice International Film Festival screening of "Dune."

Zendaya attends a "Dune" screening at the 2021 Venice International Film Festival.
Zendaya attends a "Dune" screening at the 2021 Venice International Film Festival.Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Getty Images

Her sleeveless, form-fitting gown was custom-made by Balmain in a tan shade of leather that matched her skin tone, creating the illusion that she was naked on the red carpet.

It also had ruching across its bodice, a hip-high slit in its skirt, and a short train.

Zendaya completed the daring look with pointed heels, a statement snake-shaped necklace, and a wavy hairstyle.

The actor stunned during a "Dune: Part Two" photo shoot in Paris.

Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photo-call in Paris, France.
Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photo-call in Paris, France.Marc Piasecki/Getty Images

Wearing Alaïa again, Zendaya sported a white gown with a bodice that wrapped around her like a snake.

Its skirt featured a similar silhouette that was short in front and longer in the back, revealing some skin and her white pointed pumps.

She showed lots of skin at the London premiere of the movie.

Zendaya attends the 2021 "Dune" premiere in London, England.
Zendaya attends the 2021 "Dune" premiere in London, England.Ricky Vigil Moran/Getty Images

She was photographed entering the event wearing a multicolored gown crafted from thin pieces of sheer brown fabric.

The garment, which also had pink and black lining, featured cutouts across the waist, a thigh-high slit, and thin straps across the neckline.

You couldn't miss Zendaya's outfit at the Mexico premiere of "Dune: Part Two."

Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photocall in Mexico City.
Zendaya attends a 2024 "Dune: Part Two" photo-call in Mexico City.Future Publishing/Getty Images

Her multicolored, industrial-style outfit was custom-made by Torishéju.

It featured a halter crop top with 3D pieces along the neckline, fabric hanging down her back, and a mid-rise skirt with a vibrant red lining.

Not only was the ensemble entirely unique in design, but it also perfectly matched the vibe of the "Dune" franchise.

She stole the show at another "Dune: Part Two" event in Mexico City.

Zendaya attends the 2024 premiere of "Dune: Part Two" in Mexico City.
Zendaya attends the 2024 premiere of "Dune: Part Two" in Mexico City.Angel Delgado/Getty Images

But this time, she wore a daring custom look from Bottega Veneta.

The brown ensemble featured a standout skirt with a thick leather waistband and matching lining, and a high-neck, pullover-style crop top that revealed the underside of her chest.

She wore it with a bob hairstyle, pointed pumps, and a diamond anklet.

Her barely-there top at CinemaCon 2023 is one to be remembered.

Zendaya attends CinemaCon 2023 to promote "Dune: Part 2."
Zendaya attends CinemaCon 2023 to promote "Dune: Part 2."Gabe Ginsberg/Greg Doherty/Stringer/Getty Images

Louis Vuitton designed her daring outfit, which included baggy brown trousers and a gray vest top.

The latter piece wasn't as traditional as it seemed from the front. When she turned around, it was revealed that the garment was entirely backless and loose-fitting on its sides.

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