Zendaya Curates a Spring Capsule Collection with Boohoo
If you love Zendaya (and her incredible personal fashion sense!) then you need to go all out to prepare yourself for the Zendaya Boohoo Edit. The 21-year-old actress has partnered with e-retailer Boohoo.com to hand-pick some of the hottest pieces from the brand’s Spring 2018 launch as part of her own 90s-inspired capsule collection. Zendaya has compiled a 50-piece selection of denim styles, athleisure looks, on-trend jumpsuits, fun crop tops, and stylish co-ords. The best part is, everything in the collection will be affordable, ranging in price from about $10-$100.
“I know my fans, and I know what’s important to them,” the actress shared about her partnership. “They are chic, fashion-forward and love clothes, but like most people, wanna be able to ball on a budget. So I felt this was a perfect fit, to help them choose some easy pieces that aren’t just ‘trendy’ but also attainable.”
“We’re in the era of fast fashion, and young people like myself want fashionable clothes, and we want them quickly. [Boohoo] does a really great job of keeping up with the times… and they’re able to deliver at a price point that’s realistic for a lot of people,” Zendaya told PopSugar. “[Boohoo] has great pieces that you can make your own and either dress up or dress down. You could just buy a simple dress to start with and wear it with either sneakers or heels. So, Boohoo is sort of like multipurpose fashion, which I think is important, especially when you’re ballin’ on a budget.”
How amazing is it that the star is keeping her younger fans – and all of our budgets! – in mind with this ultra-stylish launch?!
The entire Zendaya Boohoo Edit will be available to shop exclusively on the brand’s website starting on March 21.
Click through the gallery below to see a preview of the Zendaya Boohoo capsule clothing collection.
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