According to ‘Teen Vogue’, 2015 is the ‘Year of Zendaya’! She has a new TV series coming out, an album in the works, and she does it all while displaying killer confidence. What do you think about her rugged cover look?
Zendaya Coleman is determined to make her mark! The 17-year-old has already gained respect for her incredible style, and now she’s landed the February cover of <a href=” Teen Vogue, which she has expressed is “an absolute dream come true.”
Zendaya Coleman’s ‘Teen Vogue’ Cover — See Her February 2015 Shoot:
One might think that Zendaya’s first cover for Teen Vogue would feature her all glammed up, but she did just the opposite for this desert-inspired shoot. She is styled in a military palette of browns and greens and captured in California’s Mojave desert by photographer Boo George.
Her hair and makeup are just as edgy as her clothing in this coming-of-age shoot. She looks almost nostalgic with her hair styled in twists on either side with a dramatic pompadour in the center, and her loose hair alternating from a ponytail to an intricate updo.
Her face is smeared with gold and soot-like brown tones, and exaggerated brows give her soft face a more defined look.
‘2015 Is The Year Of Zendaya’
By dubbing 2015 as Zendaya’s year, Teen Vogue gave her a huge honor — and we couldn’t agree more! Her Disney show, (which she co-produces, K.C Undercover), will air this month. And though she wants her image and her audience to mature, she says that she’s not leaving Disney just yet.
“Well, the majority of my fan base are young girls, and I don’t want to leave that world forever. But I also want to reach the preteens, the teenagers. A lot of college students watch the Disney Channel in their dorms, actually.”
Leaving a mark on her R&B is also a goal for the young actress-turned-singer, and she seems pretty on track to becoming an icon.
What do you think of her cover look? You’ll have to pic up the February issue of Teen Vogue on Jan. 13 to read her interview and check out the rest of her gorgeously grunge photos.
— Kindra Bailey