Zendaya commanded attention as she arrived at the Louis Vuitton show at Musée d’Orsay during Paris Fashion Week on Monday.
The actress, 26, flaunted her jaw-dropping figure in an animal print co-ord that boasted a bikini top and skimpy mini-skirt.
She completed the stunning look with matching knee-high boots and a chic blazer with statement buttons and leather collar.
The stunner accentuated her features with a radiant make-up palette and styled her brunette tresses into bouncy curls.
Toting her essentials in a bag by the luxury brand as she posed up a storm before taking her seat in the front row.
Sensational: Zendaya, 26, commanded attention as she arrived at the Louis Vuitton show at Musée d’Orsay during Paris Fashion Week on Monday
Sizzles: The actress looked nothing short of sensational in an animal print co-ord that boasted a bikini top and skimpy mini-skirt (pictured with Louis Vuitton’s new creative director Pharrell Williams)
Wowza: She completed the stunning look with matching knee-high boots and a chic blazer with leather collar
It comes after Zendaya is reportedly going to get a major raise ahead of her hit HBO series Euphoria’s third season.
The actress is reported set to earn around $1 million per episode of Euphoria, according to Matthew Belloni at Puck.
Although the high school drama is an ensemble piece, Zendaya can lay claim to being the most prominent star on the series, and she also narrates the show.
The $1 million mark is notable for having been achieved by the entire primary cast of NBC’s classic sitcom friends starting on the show’s final three seasons.
However, Zendaya’s still-impressive payday would be significantly less than the Friends cast made per episode due to inflation.
Zendaya’s payments are likely the highest of the show, which is among HBO’s most popular current offerings, though its viewership pales compared to many lesser-regarded shows on network television.
Fittingly, it was another Euphoria actress who underscored how much less screen stars tend to make in the current entertainment industry climate.
While speaking to The Hollywood Reporter for a profile published in July 2022, Zendaya’s costar Sydney Sweeney explained, ‘They don’t pay actors like they used to, and with streamers, you no longer get residuals,’ which denies actors a long-term source of income from their past roles.
Arrival: Toting her essentials in a bag by the luxury brand as she posed up a storm before taking her seat in the front row
Gorgeous: The stunner accentuated her features with a radiant make-up palette and styled her brunette tresses into bouncy curls
Celeb city: She posed for numerous snaps with singer turned fashion designer Pharrell
‘The established stars still get paid, but I have to give five percent to my lawyer, 10 percent to my agents, three percent or something like that to my business manager,’ she continued. ‘I have to pay my publicist every month, and that’s more than my mortgage.’
Zendaya’s salary is reportedly settled recently, as she ‘just closed a big re-negotiation.’
It’s not known how the other primary cast of Euphoria’s salaries compare to hers.
She’s joined by several other high-profile television stars who also get around $1 million per episode, including Michael Keaton for Dopesick and Elisabeth Moss for Shining Girls, both of which were limited series.
However, some ongoing shows are also offering that much for their top stars. Jason Sudeikis is reportedly getting around $1 million per episode of his hit Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso, while Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren both make that much for Paramount+’s Yellowstone spinoff 1923, as does Chris Pratt for Amazon’s The Terminal List.
The lead: SIt comes after Zendaya is reportedly going to get a major raise ahead of her hit HBO series Euphoria ‘s third season
Times are tough: Her costar Sydney Sweeney (L) previously revealed that actors don’t make as much anymore as streaming has decimated the royalties they used to earn; seen with Alexa Demie on Euphoria
However, Kevin Costner appears to outpace him with his $1.2 million per episode of Yellowstone, and he makes more on top of that from an overall deal.
John Krasinski appears to be the highest-paid actor in television at the moment, as he reportedly makes an incredible $2 million per episode of Amazon’s Jack Ryan. However, that number is also inflated because Krasinski is also an executive producer on the series.
However, Belloni noted that many shows and networks are trying to tamp down inflating star salaries, with one ‘dealmaker’ claiming that ‘$850,000 is the new $1 million.’