Zendaya on Her Clothing Line: ‘Curvier Women Shouldn’t Have to Shop in a Different Section’

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Zendaya Coleman dropped her second line for her brand Daya By Zendaya (which goes up to size XXL) back in May and she made a special effort to be size-inclusive.

In her recent feature piece for Variety, she said,

“I don’t think thicker, curvier women should have to shop on a different section on my page or feel excluded.”

She said she felt the same way about gender, adding,

“When you go on my site, there’s no men’s or women’s section. Who am I to tell somebody they can’t wear something because it has a label on it?”

Gender-inclusivity seems to be a big theme for the actress. She echoed this sentiment in an interview with Vogue when she said,

“I want every person to be able to buy my stuff and feel like they’re getting a quality product that’s well thought out, designed, and worth their money. I say ‘person’ because I want my brand to be gender-fluid. Everyone should feel included.”

The collection was put together with the help of her stylist Law Roach (who you’ve seen as a judge on America’s Next Top Model) and features orange satin, frayed jean, and stylish sweats. The singer/actress loves the collection so much that she even donned one of her one designs to the Kids’ Choice Awards. She looked amazing, obviously.

Even better is the fact that the clothing is actually affordable. Cropped sweatshirts for $38 are totally within our budget. Check out a few of our favorite pieces below. You can shop the entire collection here.

Lena Finkel
Lena Finkel is the Editor and Founder of Femestella. Prior to starting Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle, Tiger Beat, and Sesame Workshop (aka Sesame Street). She loves all things Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules. When she's not busy binge-watching TV, you can find her hanging out with her tuxedo cat Tom.