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Will Zendaya Spin a Trend as She Attends the Spider-Man Premieres?

Zendaya looks stunning in Jacob & Co. spiderweb earrings at the Spider-Man: No Way Home photo call.




Photo of Zendaya courtesy of Shutterstock
Zendaya wears Jacob & Co. Web Collection earrings set with diamonds and white pearls. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

EVERY TIME I think Zendaya has outdone her last look, she surprises with another stunning and apropos jewel. Whether it is to accessorize an outfit with the help of her stylist Law Roach, wear a heritage or new piece as ambassador for Bulgari, or show off her versatility by wearing outsized hoops from Jennifer Fisher to promote a film, she dazzles in all. Most recently, she wore a pair of Jacob & Co. spiderweb earrings for a photo call in London for Spider-Man: No Way Home, the new Spider-Man film in which she plays MJ to her real life boyfriend Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.

Not only were they the perfect earrings for the photo call, if Zendaya is wearing them, she just might bring back spiders and spiderweb jewelry, which have been popular throughout the 20th century as a trend. In the past, we have seen gemstone and diamond dazzlers from vintage Boucheron brooches to Taffin spiders to Cathy Waterman’s gold spiders caught in a web bracelet or ring (my personal favorites). More recently, spiderweb and spider pieces include those by Lydia Courteille and Anna Khouri. But these are often part of a larger direction in nature-inspired jewels.

Will Zendaya Spin a Trend as She Attends the Spider-Man Premieres?

Photo of “spider caught in a web” ring courtesy of Cathy Waterman; Photo of spiderweb brooch by Taffin, courtesy of Simon Teakle

So the question remains: Will Zendaya keep the spider theme going as she attends the premieres for the film? We can only wait and see …

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