• Zendaya stuns in vintage Roberto Cavalli dress
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Last night's Green Carpet Fashion Awards shimmered with more than just the usual glitz and glam—it sparkled with a message of sustainability, thanks to none other than style icon Zendaya! The Emmy-winning actor and fashion trendsetter co-chaired the eco-conscious event, making a statement that turned every head and camera flash her way.

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Zendaya, in collaboration with the mastermind stylist Law Roach, reached back into the fashion archives to revive a Roberto Cavalli classic from the Spring/Summer 2011 collection. The boho-chic dress, with its edgy Western details and alligator print, wasn't just a fashion statement—it was a battle cry for sustainable style!

Zendaya's eco-chic statement at Green Carpet Fashion Awards

Dripping in Bulgari bling, Zendaya's eco-friendly ensemble was complemented by snake-shaped diamond bracelets that hissed with luxury. But it wasn't just about looking good; it was about doing good, too. Every sparkle on her wrist was a nod to the night's mission: transforming fashion for climate and social justice.


The Green Carpet Fashion Awards isn't your average red-carpet affair. It's where the who's who of the industry come together to champion a greener, fairer world. With Zendaya leading the charge, alongside the likes of Cate Blanchett and Helen Hunt, the night was a testament to the power of fashion as a force for good.

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The evening also celebrated Donatella Versace for her tireless efforts in advocating for LGBTQ+ rights. Her recognition as the GCFA Game Changer honoree was a reminder that fashion can be a platform for activism and change.

Livia Firth, the visionary behind the GCFA, summed it up perfectly: "Fashion and entertainment is our platform but we are in the business of transformation." Zendaya's choice to wear a decade-old design wasn't just a fashion choice—it was a statement that the time for change is now.

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