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Zendaya looked stunning in a movie poster dress for Challengers

If there were to be a museum dedicated to Zendaya's Challengers press tour looks, this latest dress would surely be the main event.

The actor and her superstar stylist Law Roach continued to outdo themselves just as Zendaya's latest film hit theaters this week. Zendaya stepped out in a custom-made dress made by Greek designer Celia Kritharioti, which depicted a glittery version of the official Challengers poster.

Roach shared photos on Friday of Zendaya wearing the glitzy, long-sleeved dress on Instagram, along with a behind-the-scenes snapshot of the dress being made. The poster/ dress depicts Zendaya's tennis star character Tashi Duncan wearing sunglasses and watching Josh O'Connor's Patrick and Mike Faist's Art Donaldson face off on the court.

Challengers but make it FASHION, Roach wrote in the caption. Tashi Made Her Wear It. Thank you celiakritharioti for bringing the Challengers Movie Poster to life.

Zendaya has taken her tennis-themed press tour looks to the next level over the last few months leading up to the film's release and has inspired a new TennisCore trend. From her sparkly minidress and Loewe tennis ball heels to her most recent cut-out pink polo dress from designer Jacquemus, the couture has been nonstop. She even paid homage to Venus and Serena Williams by recreating a 1998 photoshoot of the two tennis star sisters by wearing a Carolina Herrera ballgown and her shoulder-length hair adorned in white beads. The actor has been known to be on-theme for promo; while on the press tour for Dune: Part 2, Zendaya had seemingly endless futuristic, desert-inspired looks.

Challengers was released in theaters on Friday and centers around a tennis-themed love triangle between Tashi, Art, and Patrick over a 13-year period. The steamy film, directed by Luca Guadagnino and produced by Zendaya, has already gotten rave reviews and is expected to have a successful box-office debut.

Original article can be found on Teen Vogue

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