Zendaya accidentally tagged Kim Kardashian in a Valentino ad

Zendaya accidentally tagged Kim Kardashian in a Valentino ad

Euphoria actress Zendaya starred in yet another high-profile ad campaign for Italian fashion house Maison Valentino.

The Oakland, California native looked glamorous in a hot pink strappy back mini dress as she filmed a new spring 2022 shoot.

“New @maisonvalentino campaign #ValentinoRendezVous,” Tom Holland’s girlfriend wrote in the caption.

In hot pink: Euphoria actress Zendaya stars in another high-profile fashion campaign for Italian fashion house Maison Valentino.

In hot pink: Euphoria actress Zendaya stars in another high-profile fashion campaign for Italian fashion house Maison Valentino.

The dress had a tank top that was paired with a skirt that ended well above her knees. There were straps here and there on the back.

She added strappy flat sandals that criss-cross her toned legs.

The beauty styled her hair in natural curls and applied a minimum of makeup, holding a pink Valentino handbag in her hands.

She tagged Valentino, Pierpaolo Piccioli, Michael Bailey Gates, Low Roach, Sheika Daly and Kim Kimble in the photo.

When Zendaya first posted the image, she accidentally mentioned Kim Kardashian instead of Kim Kimble, but the mistake was quickly corrected.

Leggy wonder: The Oakland, California native looked glamorous in a hot pink strappy back mini dress as she filmed for a new spring 2022 shoot.

Leggy wonder: The Oakland, California native looked glamorous in a hot pink strappy back mini dress as she filmed for a new spring 2022 shoot.

Best:

Best: “New @maisonvalentino campaign #ValentinoRendezVous,” was all Tom Holland’s girlfriend wrote in the caption.

The campaign also features several commercials featuring the actress on a date. She is seen walking past a vintage car down the street as if she is going on an adventure.

Maison Valentino was founded in 1960 by Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti. Pierpaolo Piccioli has been the creative director since October 2008.

Zendaya isn’t the first actress to star in a Valentino ad campaign. Gwyneth Paltrow and Naomi have done this in the past.

This comes after the former teen actress insisted Euphoria was not a “moral tale”.

Why is Kimmy here?  When Zendaya first posted the image, she accidentally mentioned Kim Kardashian.

Why is Kimmy here? When Zendaya first posted the image, she accidentally mentioned Kim Kardashian.

Fixed in an instant!  Soon after, she took the Kim Kardashian tag and added Kim Kimble.

Fixed in an instant! Soon after, she took the Kim Kardashian tag and added Kim Kimble.

The 25-year-old actress came out in defense of her show after anti-drug education group DARE criticized the program for “glorifying” substance abuse and “misguided and misguided” depictions of high school drug use.

Zendaya insists that the show is meant to reassure viewers that they are not “alone” in their struggles, but it has never encouraged viewers to live their own lives.

She told Entertainment Weekly, “Our show is in no way a moral tale that teaches people how to live their lives or what they should be doing. If anything, the feeling behind Euphoria, or whatever we’ve always tried to do with it, is to help people feel a little less alone in their experience and their pain.

She Loves Pink: Zendaya at the 25th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2020

She Loves Pink: Zendaya at the 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2020

She has a history with the tony brand: a white siren for the 2020 campaign.

She has a history with the tony brand: a white siren for the 2020 campaign.

“And maybe feel like they’re not the only ones going through or dealing with what they’re dealing with.”

The second season of the HBO series culminates with the intervention of Zendaya’s character Ryu, whom the actress has called “the light at the end of the tunnel” and she hopes the experience of her alter ego will allow viewers to gain “a little more understanding and understanding.” [be] sensitive to the experience of addiction.”

She added, “My biggest hope is that people can tap into this, and those who need to heal and grow with Ryu, hopefully by the end of this season feel that hope and feel the change in it.”

While working on the show, Zendaya heard from many viewers who see “parallels” with their own lives, and she admitted that their messages mean a lot to her.

There is no moral here: this came after the former teen actress insisted that Euphoria was not a

There’s no moral here: this came after the former teen actress insisted Euphoria was not a “moral tale”; DARE blamed program for normalizing teen drug addiction

She said: “I have had many people reach out and find so many parallels from all ages, all walks of life. So many parallels to Ryu and her story and Ryu means a lot to them in what I can understand but also maybe in what I could never understand and that means the most to all of us.”

DARE has accused the program of normalizing drug abuse among teenagers.

In a statement last month, they said: “Instead of contributing to every parent’s desire to keep their children safe from the potentially horrific consequences of drug abuse and other risky behaviors, the HBO television drama Euphoria mistakenly glorifies and misrepresents high school students’ drug use, addiction , anonymous sex, violence and other types of destructive behavior that are widespread in the modern world.

“Unfortunately, HBO, social media, TV reviewers and paid advertising have chosen to label the series ‘groundbreaking’ instead of recognizing the potential negative impact on school-age children who face unprecedented mental health risks and challenges today. .’

Her only true love: Hottie with Tom Holland at the Los Angeles premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home in December.

Her only true love: Hottie with Tom Holland at the Los Angeles premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home in December.

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