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If there's a star nowadays who knows how to show up her name is Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman. For the 'Dune - Part One' film promotion, the actress - model - dancer - singer walked the red carpet wearing nothing but astonishing-breathtaking looks leaving us all obsessed and begging for more!

Well, thank God Dennis Villeneuve is a 'Dune' fan and had the time to film a 'Part Two' so Zendaya could go back to the sci-fi franchise reprising her role as Chani and of course, promoting the movie around the world in the most dazzling fashion pieces.

From custom creations by Bottega Veneta to ensembles from Alaïa’s latest couture collection, from a Mugler robot suit to a glowing 1999 Givenchy gown - Zendaya’s recent wardrobe choices channel the film’s sci-fi aesthetic, incorporating futuristic details such as exaggerated silhouettes, dramatic crops and bold metallics. Take a look bellow:

Zendaya wore Stéphane Rolland’s spring 2024 couture at the 'Dune: Part Two' New York City premiere

In fact, the entire cast played along and were all looking impecable (and incredible) at the film premieres all over the world. Check out Anya Taylor-Joy, Souheila Yacoub, Zendaya, Timothee Chalamet, the director Denis Villeneuve, Austin Butler, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Florence Pugh and Lea Seydoux arriving for the premiere at the Josie Robertson Plaza in Lincoln Center on February 25, 2024, in New York City.

The dream duo: Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet wore matching outfits to the film press conference in Seoul, South Korea on Feb, 21: they rocked the same leather jumpsuit by South Korean designer Juun J in a fitting local tribute.

At the Seoul premiere she wore a legendary look from Givenchy’s fall 1999 collection, designed by the brand’s then-creative director Alexander McQueen.

At the Paris premiere on February 12

Zendaya wore a textured two-piece ensemble by Louis Vuitton, which included a gold high-neck crop top and a matching full skirt. The actress accessorized with vintage Bulgari jewels.

For the London premiere, Zendaya delved into the Mugler archives and arrived at the red carpet sporting a robot suit from the French label’s fall 1995 collection.

Featuring plexiglass cutouts and a chrome frame, the piece was created in collaboration with artist Jean-Jacques Urcun. By the way, Mugler’s robot suit was inspired by the sci-fi film “Metropolis” and took six months to construct.

The actress then changed into a sultry black slip, also from Mugler, accessorizing with vintage Bulgari jewels.

Stopping by Jimmy Kimmel Live! with her costar Austin Butler, she went full leather in a set from The Attico.

Attending a photo call in Mexico City, Zendaya sported an avant-garde Torishéju ensemble inspired by a design from the British label’s spring 2024 collection.

Zendaya wore custom Bottega Veneta for a red carpet event in Mexico City.

For the 'Dune: Part Two' photo call on Feb 12 in Paris, Zendaya donned “La Robe Spirale” from Alaïa’s most recent couture collection... (who cares about the Eiffel Tower anyway?!)

At the London photo call on Feb 14, with Florence Pugh, Timothée Chalamet and Austin Butler

Zendaya wore a Roksanda suit set "pre-runway" - meaning that the actress sported the look before it graced the London brand’s catwalk (according to W Magazine).