Director Bardia Zeinali. Fashion Editor Jorden Bickham. DP Fletcher Wolfe. Hair by Jawara Wauchope. Makeup Pat McGrath. Set Design Nicholas Des Jardins. Editor William Town and Post Production by Modern Post.
In celebration of America’s iconic beauty trends, Vogue released 100 Years of Beauty starring their latest cover girl, Zendaya. From the 1930s Gatsby flapper flair to 1980s Diana Ross, the leading lady of the upcoming blockbuster Spiderman: Homecoming is showcasing her talent as a versatile performer for the millennials.
Stuns in an Audrey Hepburn inspired ensemble of the 1950s, Zendaya’s black gloves coordinates beautifully with Ben-Amun Classic Pearl and Crystal bracelet with marquise encrusted Swarovski crystal.
Vogue’s100 Years of Beauty is released as a complimentary piece for Zendaya’s first Vogue cover of July 2017. With more than 41 million followers on Instagram, Zendaya influences people with her own power as a successful businesswoman who is not afraid to speak up for herself. Zendaya stated, ”I have so many friends who say yes to everything or feel like they can’t stand up for themselves in a situation. No, you HAVE the power.” Ben-Amun’s founder, Isaac Manevitz, shares the same sentiment that only oneself has the true authority to change one’s destiny.