I think women are very powerful and I think we're more powerful together than separated.— Zendaya
The most contentment Zendaya quotes that are simple and will have a huge impact on you
The best thing is to realize that you are who you are and you gotta work with what you got.
I don't mind if people look at me like I'm crazy. I'm just being me.
I'm very proud of my skin and my face, and I have no problem not wearing makeup.
I don't wear makeup because I feel like I need to cover myself up or because I don't feel confident. I wear makeup because it's fun; it's like painting on my face.
I want to show that you don’t have to be older to live your dreams; you can do it at any age
There are so many great things in life; why dwell on negativity?
A, surround yourself by positive people who will help you reach your goal and support you. And B, go for it!
I want young people to know there is no age limit to when they can start their own business or when they can become a boss.
I would say my best decision I ever made was to pursue my dream and give it my all. Thankfully, I have not yet made really bad decisions, I'm the kind of person to play it on the safe side.
It is important in this journey to remember that just because someone has inflicted hurt upon us, it does not give us the right to do the same. Body shaming and hurtful tactics will never get the job done.
To me, locs are a symbol of strength and beauty, almost like a lion's mane.
I grew up watching "That's So Raven" and "Lizzie McGuire," and I said to myself that I could do that one day, and here I am. This is a dream come true and I am just ecstatic to be here living out my childhood dreams.
The secret to a really great friendship is just creating fun memories whenever you're with that person.
My generation has the opportunity to change the world.
One of my dreams is to walk down the runway during Fashion Week!
With anything, you have to approach from an educational, mature standpoint.
Money does not make you look expensive, it’s taste.
I have a really strong passion for what I do. I don’t see myself doing anything else.
I've always dressed myself, even when I was younger.
My parents didn't pick out my clothes or anything. They let me do that, which I think is an important thing because it allows for kids to experiment and figure out what they like, even at a young age.
I was very inspired by working women, and also women who aren't working yet! I want them to have shoes that feel luxurious and special and well-crafted and thought about. But also, they should have shoes that won't break the bank. You don't have to spend three years saving up for beautiful shoes.
I'm not living in the past, I don't want to go back - I don't want to "Make America Great Again." No, no, no.
You can't grow and gain confidence from wearing the same thing every day.
It's so hard for women to be happy for one another, like genuinely happy.
Once you find that, you know you've found true SELF happiness.
I was actually supposed to be a basketball player, not an actress.
My parents had me playing basketball on competitive teams when I was in kindergarten. Even though my heart belongs to the arts, I'm a tomboy at heart, too.
My wearing my hair in locs on an Oscar red carpet was to showcase them in a positive light, to remind people of color that our hair is good enough.
Shake It Up definitely teaches kids about the importance of reaching for your dreams and setting high goals. It also teaches great lessons about friendship and family.
Shake It Up is a buddy comedy based around dance.
It's about two best friends Rocky and CeCe who live out their dream as background dancers on a show called Shake It Up Chicago. They have to navigate life as young teens going to school and dancing on the show.
I just see me, an ordinary girl. I know my life is not typical, but I have tried to stay really grounded and true to myself. My family really helps me with that.
I've always been transparent in who I am as a person.
I'm going forward, so my clothing line is kind of the physicalization of that.
The idea of diversity, of uniqueness, of individuality - that's what this is all about.
I think we are in a time where the youth play such a huge role.
It's up to us to go the extra mile to vote and raise our voices.
I want my mom to be able to wear my clothes, I want my older sister to be able to wear my clothes, and the people in my life aren't necessarily built like I am, you know? They're built in a million different beautiful bodies, shapes, and sizes, and so why would I exclude anybody from being able to have it? This is the point.
I love seeing young people take a stance and not be afraid to say how they feel, and protest when they feel things are wrong or unjust.
I like to [unplug] and enjoy being a human.
Determination. No matter what field you're in, determination will surely get you to the top.
I couldn't choose between all of those things! I looooove acting and dancing on Shake It Up, and I am currently in the recording studio working on my music. And one of my dreams is to walk down the runway during fashion week!
Fashion is very much emotional. When you see it, or when you wear the right clothing, or you wear whatever, it's supposed to make you feel something. You're supposed to feel some type of emotion, and I feel like I try to do that when I'm on a red carpet.
I want a lot of young people to see me in my working environment.
I want them to see me being a good person while also running a business. I want young people to aspire to that.
You can shop the clothing line from the app and everybody who subscribes gets 15% off everything. It's a closer look into my life, what I'm like, what I do. I like to make people laugh, so a lot of the content is me being a doofus, which is who I am.
Sizing was also important to me; I wanted to make sure that nobody felt alienated or felt like they weren't thought about in the process of this brand. I wanted to make sure that everyone felt included, which brings us to the gender neutral pieces - the idea of wearing what you want and whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident. I think that's the overall feeling of the Daya collection.
To me, America is a symbol of all different views, different types of people coming together.
You have to experiment and that's gonna help your confidence so much when you step out and try things.
We have to build the country that we want to see our future children and grandchildren live in.
I like playing with fashion and bending the "rules," or what was "rules" - there are no rules anymore, you know? Fashion is way bigger than that and it's about wearing what you want and wearing what makes you feel comfortable and what makes you feel confident.
Of course designers inspired me, but I was more inspired by everyday people.
People that I see walking down the street.
I get to represent a lot of different types of women because of my ability to transform into these different people.
I am scared of spiders! And I still get a little afraid every time I have to do something new or have to get out in front of a big crowd. The first time I sang "Swag It Out" live, I was really scared.
I have an obsession with just watching people and what they're into.
Other than the obvious, like Cher and Diana Ross, I actually find a lot of inspiration from time periods. So it's not necessarily people, it's the essence of the time period, whether it be the '90s or the '70s or the '40s. The specific time and what vibe it gave you, what the emotion of that time was, and trying to get that emotion again.
Don't try so hard to fit in, and certainly don't try so hard to be different just try hard to be you.