“After that, when I came up, I was on my own. That was the scariest part. And when I saw the two of you clinging to the tree, I didn’t feel so scared anymore. I knew I wasn’t on my own.” | The Impossible (2012)
Spider-Man Tom Holland wore Zendaya’s clothes, smashing gender norms in the process
While gender doesn’t mean much when it comes to how you present yourself, social constructs are still pretty convinced that it does. That’s why it’s so refreshing to know that when Spider-Man co-stars Zendaya and Tom Holland shared clothing, it wasn’t Tom sharing his clothing with Zendaya, but Zendaya sharing hers with Tom.
A post shared by Tom Holland Updates ♥ (@tomhollandupdates) on Jun 18, 2017 at 11:23am PDT
According to Holland’s Instagram story, the actor decided to spruce up and wear a leather jacket. But not just any leather jacket — Zendaya’s leather jacket. Though jackets have no gender, we’re still pretty proud of Tom for being comfortable enough in his masculinity to openly wear a piece of womenswear belonging to his co-star.
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The black leather motorcycle jacket looks perfect on Tom, who paired it with a graphic black and white button-down for extra rockabilly vibes. With the hair to match, the Spider-Man star looked every bit the heartthrob. All while proving that a good leather jacket is an indispensable part of any wardrobe.
A post shared by Zendaya (@zendaya) on Jun 17, 2017 at 9:50am PDT
Both Tom and Zendaya seem to throughly enjoy each other’s company, while mutually supporting each other in the process, whether on Instagram or the red carpet. After all, we wouldn’t trust just anyone with wearing our leather jacket. But we think Zendaya was right: it’s in good hands with Tom.
Love has thrown me into an ocean, where I cannot touch its depth nor rest my head on its chest. Not until I am able to hold its waves with my bare hands. And that’s impossible. Love play games like that.
I have only one wish, to rest my head and stay that way. Unmoved by the aftershock of love- of being so intensely and wholly in love, yet losing it all when it is over.