There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In 'Great Outfits in Fashion History,' Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks.
Zendaya and Law Roach know how to orchestrate a big fashion moment — and they've done so, time and time and time again. They can roll with the Valentinos and the Carolina Herreras, but they also make it a point to support and uplift emerging talent whenever they can, often playing a pivotal role in their trajectories by elevating their profiles early on. Such was the case with Peter Do, the LVMH Graduate Prize-winning designer and Céline alum who launched his namesake line for Spring 2019 and who the actor has worn a handful of times, most critically that summer of 2019, while promoting "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in New York.
The actor has worn his pieces a few times since his namesake line launched for Spring 2019, most critically supporting his sophomore collection while promoting "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in New York. To light up the Empire State Building with co-stars Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon, for one, Zendaya donned a deep blue hammered-satin Fall 2019 oversized button-down with matching trousers. What better occasion to highlight an up-and-coming NYC label, right?
Zendaya buttoned only the top of the shirt, so that the boxy shape opened up and showed a bit of skin above the high waist. The slick-looking fabric ties back to Do's inspiration that season: vintage car interiors.
This was one of two Peter Do looks she wore during the New York leg of the "Spider-Man: Far From Home" press tour: She and Roach picked a different pant set from the Fall 2019 collection — featuring a sheer sleeveless midi dress and trousers, both with car blueprints printed on them — to swing by "Good Morning America."
Shop updated button-downs inspired by Zendaya's Peter Do moment in the gallery below.
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