Black Women aren’t Always Represented Says Zendaya In Tommy Hilfiger Show

Zendaya’s collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger seems to be the best thing happened in the industry. She has been praised not just only for clothes but for her creative mind too.Her show at Parish Fashion Week included women from plus-size and models aged up to 70. She conducted one of the diverse fashion show in the last days.

Zendaya says “I’m still not truly convinced the other night really happened, cause that’s how dreams feel.” Models in the fashion show includes both generation from young models such as Jourdan Dunn, Winnie Harlow followed by older names like Beverly Johnson, Veronica Webb, grace Jones seems to be there at catwalk.

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“Our show was a celebration and appreciation for all of the iconic women who fearlessly pioneered and opened doors that are the very reason I’m able to exist in this space,” Zendaya added in her Instagram post about the show.

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“It was amazing to see so many women across age groups and shades walking down that runway,” says Ngoni Chikwenegere, a 25-year-old fashion designer from Northampton.

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“It just felt really good for representation – and I really loved the clothes. I loved the sequins, I loved the metallics, and I loved the silhouettes.”

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