Zendaya changes into second outfit with giant train and flower hat on Met Gala 2024 red carpet

Zendaya is stopping to smell the roses on the red carpet.

After making a grand entrance in a tulle Maison Margiela gown, Zendaya walked the Met Gala 2024 red carpet yet again in a new — and just as show-stopping — look.

The star, who’s co-chairing this year’s event, looked fresh as a rose in her second style of the night, which featured an enormous black train and ruffled sleeves — plus the pièce de résistance, a rose-adorned hat from Alexander McQueen’s 2007 collaboration with Philip Treacy.

Zendaya stunned on the red carpet not once but twice at the 2024 Met Gala. Getty Images
She completed the look with a floral hat nodding to the “Garden of Time” theme. Getty Images
The long train overtook the Met steps. Getty Images

The star seemingly scrubbed off the dramatic Pat McGrath Labs makeup she wore for her first appearance in favor of a more fresh-faced look this time around, though both looks included bleached eyebrows.

Like her first dress — which paid homage to the John Galliano-designed spring 1999 Christian Dior Haute Couture styles — the gown is another of the British designer’s masterpieces, from the 1996 Givenchy collection.

It appears April showers bring (first Monday of) May flowers, as Zendaya’s far from the only star rocking fashion festooned with blooms at this year’s “Garden of Time”-themed fête — including Lauren Sánchez, Kim Kardashian and Gigi Hadid, to name but a few.

Her first look of the night was also designed by John Galliano. JUSTIN LANE/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
She swapped her crimson lip for a more fresh-faced look. Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

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This year marked Zendaya’s first Met Gala in four years, and it seems the star’s making up for lost time — although she’s hardly been out of the spotlight since.

Her duo of Met looks follows her fashion-filled “Challengers” press tour, where she rocked a string of tennis-inspired looks ranging from a sleek Thom Browne-designed take on Wimbledon whites to a re-creation of Venus and Serena Williams’ black-and-white Carolina Herrera gown and beaded braids from a 1998 Vogue shoot.

And while the tennis-filled press tour may be over, it’s safe to say she’s still serving.