Zendaya opened up about her red carpet outfits including the one she wore during her first movie premiere at the age of 14.

"When I was 14 and at my first movie premiere, my outfit was a bunch of stuff that I had from Target. And I thought I was fly. I felt cool," she told InStyle during an interview Tuesday. "To this day, I think that’s really all that matters. Then you know you’re doing the right thing."

The 25-year-old actress explained that her red carpet appearances have their own characters and narratives. She also noted that those appearances are related to her acting career.

"I think about red carpets as having their own characters and narratives," she told the outlet. "We build a little story for all the looks. It's like an extension of my acting career in a weird way — you just pop this wig on or whatever it is."

Zendaya also believes that clothes are sometimes very emotional for her, explaining, "I get to embody these different facets — maybe they're of myself, or maybe they're alter egos. But I get to meet these different women through clothes."

The "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star revealed her favorite red carpet outfits so far. The actress picked the Joan of Arc-inspired look at the 2018 Met Gala event as one of her best outfits.

She also praised her 25th Critics' Choice Awards' look, when she wore a Tom Ford breastplate in pink. "Nothing could hurt me — I was like a warrior," she said about her Critics' Choice Awards outfit she donned in 2020.

The actress further recalled wearing a Moschino butterfly dress at "The Greatest Showman" movie premiere in 2017.

At the same time, Zendaya also recalled her biggest hairstyle failure during the 2016 Grammys. She admitted, "I know. I got dragged for my mullet at the time, but kids love mullets now. I'm happy about my David Bowie mullet."

On the work front, Zendaya will be next seen in Marvel's highly anticipated movie, "Spider-Man: No Way Home," which is slated to release on Dec. 17. She will also feature in a movie titled, "Dune: Part Two" alongside Timothee Chalamet.

Zendaya and Chalamet were among the cavalcade of stars in "Dune", which got its world premiere playing out of competition in Venice Zendaya and Chalamet were among the cavalcade of stars in "Dune", which got its world premiere playing out of competition in Venice Photo: AFP / MIGUEL MEDINA