She's got confidence! Zendaya models a statement shirt from her Daya clothing line while having fun at her new pop up shop DxZ in NYC
Zendaya has a new clothing line.
And on Thursday morning, actress and singer began her three-city tour to promote her new clothing line Daya By Zendaya that she worked on with stylist Law Roach.
The 20-year-old beauty was seen modeling a statement T-shirt while in her new pop up shopDxZ in New York on Thursday.
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Final product: Zendaya unveiled her line Daya by Zendaya, which was co-created with celebrity stylist Law Roach, while at her pop up shop in NYC on Thursday
The natural beauty wore her light brown hair in loose waves framing her face and falling just past her shoulders.
Her makeup, tasteful as always, showcased a brown smokey eye and a swipe of nude lip gloss on her lips.
Proving she can look high fashion in just about anything, the former Disney starlet rocked a loose, comfortable, casual outfit - all while still looking modelesque.
Chameleon: Proving she can look high fashion in just about anything, the former Disney starlet rocked a loose, comfy, casual outfit - still looking modelesque
Suit up in Zendaya's tuxedo pants from her new collection
She's known for her impeccable style on the red carpet so it was only a matter of time before Zendaya launched her own clothing line. And that time is now!
The former Disney star was front and center at a pop up shop showing pieces from her new collection called Daya by Zendaya. She wore a graphic print t-shirt along with a pair of pleated tuxedo pants and white sneakers for a super cool and casual vibe.
But the best news is that her trousers are only $88 so click right to scoop up a pair before they sell out. We'll be wearing ours with a lace button down blouse and sexy stilettos to our next big event.
Not quite set on this exact style? Then check out our alternative options in the carousel below. Ralph Lauren has a lookalike pair on sale at Macy's for less than $40.
The Oakland, California native wore an oversized white shirt from her line with confidence-boosting words in bold black letters such as 'sexy, playful, self empowered, awakened, carefree,' and more.
She teamed the top with a pair of loose black slacks and fresh white sneakers.
The model, who recently filmed a Dolce & Gabbana campaign in Capri, Italy, finished the simple look by layering two different chokers.
Comfy cute: She teamed the top with a pair of loose black slacks and fresh white sneakers
Zendaya posed in front of her collection, showcasing a rack filled with pieces ranging in tones of pink.
She also showed off menswear inspired t-shirts, and a black body con dress with embellishments.
The young influencer shared a screenshot of her Vogue interview on her Instagram, revealing to her 33.8 million followers that Daya by Zendaya has sizes ranging from 0-22 and will all be priced under $160.
Proud: Zendaya posed in front of her collection in New York on Thursday
Partner in crime: Zendaya and her longtime friend and celebrity stylist Law Roach 'hate trends,' according to her Vogue interview. Here they are pictured at the end of October
'One thing Law and I really hate are trends,' Zendaya told Vogue, speaking of her longtime stylist and friend.
'We just don't believe in them, we don't believe in what's hot now because you can't stay on top of all the constant changes in fashion. It's just impossible.'
Regardless of her rejection of trends, the Replay singer's fashion line features items that are particularly on-trend such as satin slip dresses, bombers, and faux fur coats.
Pretty in pink: Zendaya posed in front of her collection, showcasing a rack filled with pieces ranging in tones of pink
Double vision: She also showed off menswear inspired t-shirts. Here she pointed out the rack of shirts identical to the one she wore.
Something for everyone: Her line even has a black body con dress with embellishments.
Zendaya documented the progression of her day and the reveal of her line on Snapchat, where she spoke to her fans.
'I hope that you guys love it because it's for you, it's all for you.'
Her pop up shop heads to Chicago next and ends in Los Angeles.
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