Over here, we’re always keeping up with the latest musings of celebrity style, from award show moments to the iconic front rows at fashion month. And while there are classic Gen Z stars that always pop up on our radar (we’re talking about you, Zendaya), there are a few more that have been capturing our attention recently. Whether it’s Halle Bailey and Yara Shahidi for their starring roles in Disney’s latest live-action remakes or Olivia Rodrigo and Sabrina Carpenter making moves in the music industry, there’s a whole lot of talent and style divided among them.
Not only are these young celebs working with the likes of Valentino and Versace, but they’re also willing to take sartorial risks. Think bold hues, intense cutouts, and sheer fabrics galore. Below, we’ve rounded up the six trends they’ve been sporting (and pulling off) lately. From the Grammys and Oscars to outside the doors of Paris and Milan Fashion Weeks, see the Gen Z–backed trends that were spotted at them all.
Since celebrity stylists like to pull looks directly from the runways, it makes sense that their clients have been sporting the color spotted all over fashion month—siren red. And if anyone’s going to pull off such a striking shade, it’s the stylish ladies below.
Rosettes have been a common theme for award season, but just because you don’t have a red carpet to go to doesn’t mean you can’t take part in the romantic trend.
Daring trends aside, our favorite stars are always down for a prim-and-polished moment. Oversize is still very much in, but in the trend sphere, there’s now room being made for cinched-in blazers and coats.
Gen Z celebrities are not shying away from risqué looks, as you can see by their love of sheer dresses.
Metallics are certainly having a moment, whether you incorporate the sheen in an accessory or your entire look. Despite making a statement, metallic hues act as a cooler neutral that goes with just about anything.
Despite being born in the late ’90s and early 2000s, celebs in the younger generation are taking nostalgic notes from their predecessors. We could go on for paragraphs about the Y2K trends they’re backing, but denim skirts are the leading one for now.
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