As a model who frequently champions her Palestinian heritage, it’s natural that Bella Hadid does so sartorially too. The part-Arab daughter of real estate developer Mohamed Hadid, known for actively advocating her support for Palestine, was recently spotted wearing its name around her neck. While out in West Hollywood with her brother Anwar Hadid, and friends including Euphoria star Alexa Demie, the model accessorized her look with gold necklaces that read ‘Palestine’, and her full name, ‘Isabella’.
These are not just necklaces bought off-the-shelf, but custom pieces created on Hadid’s request by Chvker Jewelry’s designer Nazlia Yunus. She revealed that Hadid commissioned her to design around eight bespoke nameplate necklaces in gold, reading: ‘Pizza Queen’, ‘Libra Angel’, ‘Hellz Bellz’, ‘Baby Bellz’, ‘Bella Hadid’, and her middle name, ‘Khair’. Chvker Jewelry is known for its trendy Y2K pieces, in line with the 25-year-old model’s current style. In fact, Hadid is not the only popular name the brand has found a fan in. Yunus’ designs have also been spotted on Demie, beauty mogul Kylie Jenner, Stranger Things actor Millie Bobby Brown, and rapper Becky G.
Hadid complemented her necklaces with a pair of classic oversized golden hoops. Her outfit of choice for attending artist Alana O’Herlihy’s birthday at The Nice Guy restaurant consisted of a brown backless halter dress with a plunging neckline and a high-low neckline, and white knee-high leather boots. She completed her look with a leopard print purse slung over her shoulder, and wore her hair in a messy bun with a side fringe, which has fast become her signature hairstyle.