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Bella Hadid Arrives in the Metaverse With a New Line of NFTs

Bella Hadid Arrives in the Metaverse With a New Line of NFTs

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Everyone wants a piece of Bella Hadid. Now, thanks to a new NFT (non-fungible token) platform called CY-B3LLA, they’ll be able to grab one, albeit in a modern, somewhat strange way. In collaboration with reBASE, a social metaverse site, Hadid is releasing a massive range—11,111 unique works, to be exact—of shoppable online art pieces based on her own image. These NFTs are digital assets, essentially cybernetic souvenirs or collectibles. It’s also more than just having the JPEG saved on your desktop: You receive a digital record (essentially a serial number or certificate of authenticity) that proves that you and only you purchased this specific asset. Hadid asked 10 different creatives to make art out of 3D scans of her own body, including portraits where she’s done up like an animated cyborg queen. She’s had a waiting list open for weeks, with over half a million people signing up online, and finally, now that CY-B3LLA is dropping, they’ll be able to get their own slice of supermodel right in their own inbox.
Hadid first had a kernel of the idea thanks to a lifelong interest in gaming. Growing up, her younger brother Anwar loved World of Warcraft, but Hadid herself was always attracted to the poppy universe of Mario. “My alias when I was 18, when I started traveling for work, was Princess Peach,” she says with glee over Zoom. When the world locked down due to COVID, her fascination with online life went into overdrive. “Over quarantine, my dream was to be a full gamer girl and play other people,” she says. “When the NFT craze came, I was genuinely curious about what that community looked like. It went from gaming—me wanting to create this cool avatar and be in that universe and connect with people—to this.”
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Naturally, Hadid was excited by the aesthetic possibilities of creating art out of her own image. She submitted to a 3D scan that the artists would then be able to use to create the NFTs. “There were probably 200 cameras surrounding me and I stood in the middle and changed my shape so it got all these different parts of my body, different versions of my facial expressions, fingers, toes. We wanted it to be very realistic,” she says. But beyond the look and feel of the NFTs, she built this new platform to have a community aspect. Though some of the details still sound hazy, purchasing one of Hadid’s NFTs will eventually grant you access to online and real life meet-and-greets with the model. “We’re gonna set up different events. Tokyo—I hope that’s one of our first launch spaces. It’d be an airdrop essentially: If you’re in Tokyo having coffee and all of a sudden I’m right next door to you, you’d get a ping,” she says. “Just going to different places I love and seeing the people who support me and giving them a real hug.”
Hadid certainly knows a thing or two about capturing audience attention online. She has already proven herself as World Wide Web gold. For a recent run of red carpet looks at Cannes Film Festival, for instance, she caused a small internet fashion brushfire by teaming up with stylist Law Roach for an incredible string of archival dresses, including pieces from Chanel, Tom Ford’s Gucci era, and a vintage black Versace dress from 1987 with an epic voluminous bow around the waist. “Who is the one person who could make me feel confident enough to go for my dream of doing all these archival moments? That for me is Law [Roach]. Him and I have very similar minds when it comes to fashion. I told him I wanted it to be classic old festival looks,” she says. “Donatella was nice enough to open up Gianni’s whole archive for us, which is unheard of, and I was so honored. She really had in mind exactly what she wanted for me.”
Regarding CY-B3LLA, Hadid understands that there’s some well-deserved mistrust out there about the celebrity-NFT-industrial complex. “Where that skepticism comes from is the people who just want to have a money grab,” she says. “To me, it’s so much bigger than that. I want it to be a collective. It’s not a one-stop shop—this is a real passion. I want to be used as a vessel for communication and respect and love. ”
Hadid, who has discussed her struggles with anxiety in the past, feels like these yet-uncharted metaverse spaces have potential to be healthier and happier than the online world we are all currently living in. “The whole Instagram and Twitter world, it’s out for me—I just can’t look at notifications anymore,” she says. “Once we start to be so aware of what every single person thinks of us, you start to lose track of what you need and what you want. These horrible anxieties we all have—I feel like that’s what’s circulating on the internet.” There will be a dedicated group for CY-B3LLA-ites on the Discord chat app, and she imagines popping in a couple times a week just to chat with her friends and fans in a low-impact environment made up of like minded people. Eventually, as the metaverse develops into a more fully-realized space, she hopes to find even more ways for her people to inhabit, congregate, exchange ideas, and feel at home. “There’s a scary part of the internet but there’s a really beautiful part of the internet,” she says, “and that’s people being able to find a space where they can belong.”
All in all, she’s aware of how weird this NFT and metaverse talk can sound to people not yet on board with the burgeoning movement, but she’s ready to give herself over to it all the same, one token at a time. “It’s just a beautiful way that we can have a community. I don’t know if I feel like a community leader—it’s not just about connecting me to people, but about connecting people to other people,” she says. “I just want to be an instrument.”
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Bella Hadid Just Wore That Mythical Tom Ford-era Gucci Dress at Cannes Film Festival 2022

Bella Hadid Just Wore That Mythical Tom Ford-era Gucci Dress at Cannes Film Festival 2022

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Some Tom Ford-era Gucci clothes are harder than others to find, but Bella Hadid has shown up on the Cannes red carpet in one of the rarest pieces. At the premiere of Les Bonnes Étoiles, the model opted for a curve-skimming white dress from the Fall 1996 collection complete with a hip cut-out that revealed a metal buckle from the archive of Lab2022. Originally, the garment made its debut on none other than a smoldering Carolyn Murphy. It’s not surprising that Hadid would wear archival Gucci—this is the latest in a long line of vintage that she’s been donning for Cannes—but it is notable that she’s in a dress so covetable and rare.
This specific dress has lived on as the stuff of legend within vintage communities. I myself have searched and searched to no avail. The iterations I have found are priced at $15,000 and upwards. Vintage dealer Olivia Haroutounian once told me she had found it but alas the piece was too damaged to purchase.
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Now, expect the remaining dresses to sell out–and for the prices on pieces from Ford’s collections to increase after yet another celebrity endorsement. Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner both had a streak wearing the designer back in 2018, which created a mad dash for the product. The industry seems to follow, too: A few months later, after the Kardashian-Jenner moment, vintage store James Veloria held a Tom Ford-era Gucci curated sale, further increasing the fervor around the pieces.
As for this time around? Better put alerts on for Tom Ford-era Gucci.
Originally published in Vogue.com

Met Gala 2022: See Every Outfit Your Favorite Celebrities Wore on the Red Carpet

Met Gala 2022: See Every Outfit Your Favorite Celebrities Wore on the Red Carpet

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The 2022 Met Gala, otherwise known as the First Monday in May, is back once again! After being canceled in 2020 and held in September last year, the glitzy event returned to its usual time slot this year. Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the event saw A-list celebrities descend upon the red carpet in celebration of the museum’s new exhibition, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” which will serve as an exploration of American fashion. The display was presented across 13 of the American period rooms in the museum, and featured design works from Bill Blass, Brooks Brothers, Lloyd Kiva New, and more.
On the red carpet, meanwhile, well-clad stars did their best to take on the Gilded Glamour, White Tie dress code, where they were encouraged to approach late 19th-century clothing through a modern lens. Given the step and repeat is one of the most-photographed in the world, one could expect the many actors, models, singers, and designers in attendance to bring their fashion A-game to the Met Gala. After all, it has a long history of creating memorable outfits that are seen around the globe—and this year was certainly no different.
As for who was on the guest list this times? The official co-chairs this year included Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Regina King, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, and attendees included Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Kate Moss, and many more.
Below, scroll through some of the best 2022 Met Gala red carpet looks.
Bella Hadid in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Pete Davidson in Dior Men and Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
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Nicki Minaj in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Lily James. Photo: Getty
Gabrielle Union in Versace. Photo: Getty
Erykah Badu and Francesco Risso. Photo: Getty
Katy Perry in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Karlie Kloss in Givenchy. Photo: Getty
Lizzo in Thom Browne. Photo: Getty
Sara Sampaio in Michael Kors. Photo: Getty
Kendall Jenner in Prada. Photo: Getty
Cardi B in Versace. Photo: Getty
Kylie Jenner in Off-White. Photo: Getty
Molly Sims. Photo: Getty
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker in Thom Browne. Photo: Getty
Kerry Washington in Tory Burch. Photo: Getty
Nicola Peltz-Beckham in Valentino. Photo: Getty
Cara Delevingne in Dior Haute Couture. Photo: Getty
Kiki Layne in Atelier Prabal Gurung. Photo: Getty
Khloé Kardashian in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Gwen Stefani in Vera Wang. Photo: Getty
Addison Rae. Photo: Getty
Taylor Hill. Photo: Getty
Emily Ratajkowski in Altelier Versace. Photo: Getty
Lily Aldridge in Khaite. Photo: Getty
Simone Ashley in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Chloe Bailey. Photo: Getty
Naomi Campbell in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Kate Moss. Photo: Getty
Christine Baranski. Photo: Getty
Eva Chen in Peter Do. Photo: Getty
Gigi Hadid in Versace. Photo: Getty
Hailey Bieber in Saint Laurent. Photo: Getty
Irina Shayk in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Miranda Kerr in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Dakota Johnson in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Jessica Chastain in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Jacob Elordi. Photo: Getty
Anitta in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Denée Benton. Photo: Getty
Madelaine Petsch in Moschino. Photo: Getty
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Sabrina Carpenter in Paco Rabanne. Photo: Getty
Megan Thee Stallion in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Regé-Jean Page. Photo: Getty
Winnie Harlow in Iris van Herpen. Photo: Getty
Nicola Coughlan in Richard Quinn. Photo: Getty
Billie Eilish in Gucci. Photo: Getty
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Teyana Taylor in Iris van Herpen. Photo: Getty
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Amber Valetta. Photo: Getty
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Kaia Gerber. Photo: Getty
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Tom Ford. Photo: Getty
Vlake Lively. Photo: Getty
Anna Wintour. Photo: Getty
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Vanessa Hudgens. Photo: Getty
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Mindy Kaling. Photo: Getty
Precious Lee. Photo: Getty
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Kris Jenner in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Daisy Edgar-Jones in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Carey Mulligan in Schiaparelli Haute Couture. Photo: Getty
Alexa Chung. Photo: Getty
Bradley Cooper. Photo: Getty
Hoyeon Jung in Louis Vuitton. Photo: Getty
Chloe Fineman. Photo: Getty
 Hillary Clinton in Altuzarra. Photo: Getty
Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness in Tom Ford. Photo: Getty
Alicia Keys. Photo: Getty
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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner. Photo: Getty
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Riz Ahmed. Photo: Getty
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Camila Cabello. Photo: Getty
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Originally published in Vogue.com

10 Times Arab Stars Lit Up the Met Gala Red Carpet in Standout Looks

10 Times Arab Stars Lit Up the Met Gala Red Carpet in Standout Looks

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Arab representation at the Met Gala has only gotten bigger and better over the years, with many regional names making Best Dressed lists. Embracing the theme each year with their own unique takes, the Middle East’s much-loved have left a mark on “fashion’s biggest night out”, which makes their appearances that much more anticipated.
In 1997, part-Lebanese actor Salma Hayek attended her first Met Gala which paid tribute to the late Gianni Versace. For the occasion, she dressed in a custom black Atelier Versace dress which featured a mix of fabrics and a daring thigh-high slit. Many more red carpets later, Hayek served up another noteworthy look in 2019, dressed in a black and gold Gucci gown and a star crown for the theme ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’. The same year saw a number of standout moments from Arabs, such as Gigi Hadid‘s dramatic all-white outfit by Michael Kors (worn with a makeup look to match), and Imaan Hammam‘s bright pink number by Peter Dundas, complemented with two-tone frosted eyeshadow.
Among the most memorable and rare appearances made at the Met Gala were ones by HM Queen Rania of Jordan, and Amal Clooney. In 2016, Queen Rania was the only royal at the event, and chose to eschew the theme ‘Manus X Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology’ to go for a graceful Valentino gown. Later in 2018, Clooney walked the carpet for the second and last time, making a statement in navy trousers attached to a sweeping train and a floral corset by Richard Quinn.

Below, take a look at the best Met Gala looks of all time, courtesy of Arab stars
Salma Hayek in Atelier Versace in 1997. Photo: Instagram.com
Queen Rania in Valentino in 2016. Photo: Instagram.com
Amal Clooney in Richard Quinn in 2018. Photo: Instagram.com
Bella Hadid in Chrome Hearts in 2018. Photo: Instagram.com
Imaan Hammam in Zac Posen in 2018. Photo: Instagram.com
Gigi Hadid in Versace in 2108. Photo: Instagram.com
Imaan Hammam in Peter Dundas in 2019. Photo: Instagram.com
Salma Hayek in Gucci in 2019. Photo: Instagram.com
Gigi Hadid in Michael Kors in 2019. Photo: Instagram.com
Iman in Harris Reed in 2021. Photo: Instagram.com
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Gigi Hadid is Launching Her Very Own Clothing Line

Gigi Hadid is Launching Her Very Own Clothing Line

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Gigi Hadid is putting her time and experience in the fashion industry to use in a new clothing line of her own.
In an interview with Vogue, the part-Palestinian model shared her excitement and offered insight into how the brand is coming along. “Working on my clothing line has been incredible because it’s a different setting, where I get to be involved in team-building and design,” said the 26-year-old. “I’m just trying to be creative all the time, and keep coming up with ways that I can put that into the world in a way that touches people.”
While this would mark Hadid’s first solo clothing brand, it is not the first time the mother-of-one has ventured into designing, having collaborated with Tommy Hilfiger for four seasons. The duo made their debut collaboration in September 2016 with the Tommy Pier collection. “Collaborating with Tommy has been a great introduction to the world of design, and has also taught me about expressing my individuality and finding inspiration in everything around me,” the model previously shared with Vogue Arabia.

Also off the runway, another one of Hadid’s upcoming projects making use of her industry experience is Next in Fashion. The design competition set to stream on Netflix will see Hadid co-host the show alongside designer Tan France. “I’m so excited about both,” Hadid said about her brand and working on Next in Fashion. “We’re working with the production team right now, finalizing guest judges and episodes with the hope that the audience feels how much fun and love we’re putting into everything.”
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5 Things To Know About Ralph Lauren’s Black And White AW 2022 Show

5 Things To Know About Ralph Lauren’s Black And White AW 2022 Show

Fashion critic Anders Christian Madsen shares five key takeaways from Ralph Lauren’s autumn/winter 2022 presentation, which took place off-schedule in New York at the Museum of Modern Art.
The show was set in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City

As fashion made its definitive return to the runways this season after the pandemic, Ralph Lauren chose to wait just a few weeks more before staging his own homecoming in New York City. His show took place in the sleek surroundings of the The Museum of Modern Art, with the city’s skyline as its backdrop. And it wasn’t without hesitation. When he planned it, he said, “There was no war in Ukraine. The tragedy and devastation we are witnessing now was unthinkable. Back then all I could think about was coming back together with my teams and all of you to share the hopefulness that collaboration and creativity can inspire. In the midst of this sadness, we go forward united in our hope for peace, and our hope for the end of this pandemic and a return to being together.”
Joe Biden’s family was in attendance

Models including Shalom Harlow and Gigi and Bella Hadid glided down a staircase onto a mirrored floor and meandered their way through Lauren’s modernist American lounge, where guests kicked back in leather seats around coffee tables. Reflecting this designer’s universal appeal, show-goers represented every genre of show business and beyond: Jessica Chastain, Lily Collins, Janelle Monáe, Angus Cloud, Henry Golding, and – on an invitation symbolic of Lauren’s convictions – President Biden’s granddaughters Naomi Biden and Finnegan Biden. “I am so proud to be with you again sharing not only a collection, but an optimism for living that respects the dignity of all,” the designer said.
The collection was largely monochrome

Lauren showed a collection to match his modernist setting: predominantly black and white, it made a case for the classic and timeless allure of monochrome dressing, occasionally interrupted by punches of red. For the bold impact of his handsome women’s suits styled chicly over white shirts and black polo necks, his slinky black jumpsuits cut into graphic lines, hand-spun sweaters in pared-back Nordic patterns, and long, languid women’s coats in the fabrics of the heritage men’s wardrobe, the muted color palette and ageless spirit of the collection had a familiar and almost soothing effect in a time when that is much-needed. Lauren echoed that impression: “It’s a celebration of the timeless style of black and white emboldened in the sleek lines of tailored silhouettes,” he said.
Lauren added hints of sportswear to his formal lines

While Lauren kept things on the formal side, drawing on the reassuring language of a classic wardrobe, he couldn’t resist a few moments of sporty indulgence. Over her tuxedo, Vittoria Ceretti wore a hyper-elevated black wool varsity jacket with leather sleeves and the New York Yankees logo embroidered across the back. Gigi Hadid tucked a sporty black sweater with a graphic RL logo into a neat black trouser, and Lauren himself took his bow in a similarly styled look worn with black and white trainers. The collection often felt like a statement about the order and solace the traditional formal wardrobe can contribute within times of turbulence, but this is, after all, the designer who normalized the infiltration of sportswear into our everyday wardrobes.
He introduced new accessories and jazzed up his classics

Embellishing his black and white proposals, Lauren debuted a string of new accessories that walked the tightrope between daytime glamour and evening pizzazz. A new Doctor bag in alligator with gold hardware easily nailed the former category, backed up by Deco Frame bags in velvet or calfskin with delicate embroideries. The classic Ricky – named after the designer’s wife – was reinterpreted as a clutch and adorned with gold monogram stitching. Lauren complemented his monochrome palette with two-tone spectator shoes harking back to the golden age of New York, finished off his evening silhouettes with velvet pumps and sandals, and shook up his black and white ball with the occasional glossy riding boot trimmed with scarlet leather.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

Bella Hadid’s Latest Abs-Baring Look Is a Cross Between Clueless and Legally Blonde

Bella Hadid’s Latest Abs-Baring Look Is a Cross Between Clueless and Legally Blonde

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Bella Hadid just took two of the greatest fictional fashion icons of the ’90s and early 2000s and smooshed their style together—with her own personal flavor, of course.
On March 11, Bella was spotted out on the London town holding hands with her sister Gigi Hadid. The models were both sporting their intense bleached brows and hair pulled back tight. However, despite Gigi’s new bright platinum blonde look, it was her brunette sister who looked like a mix between Cher Horowitz and Elle Woods in a pink plaid suit.
The look was extremely Bella Hadid in most respects given that the jacket was worn open over a cropped white shirt that was left mostly unbuttoned to show off the abs the model surely works hard for. Still, the pink Burberry pantsuit itself could easily have been pulled straight from the costume department of the 1995 classic Clueless or the 2001 Reese Witherspoon vehicle Legally Blonde (though both film’s leading ladies would probably get the look tailored).
May I approach the bench, Your Honor? I’d like to present Exhibit A:
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Bella Hadid is clearly on a mission to bring back the most controversial trends of the ‘90s and Y2K fashion just to see if she can pull them off. Spoiler alert: she can. So far, she’s given us low-rise pants (see above), skinny brows, brown lip liner, and even freakin’ Bermuda shorts. What’s next, you ask? the maxi denim skirt that was oh-so-popular circa the year 2000.
On the evening of March 11, the model stepped out in a dark-wash denim maxi skirt chunky black boots, leather fingerless gloves, and even a sweet little choker necklace that is giving me flashbacks to its (likely) much cheaper counterparts from Claire’s or Limited Too. Though the look was basically made up Y2K staples, Bella was able to modernize the look with a corset-esque bustier top, which she wore untucked.
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What, like it’s hard?
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Originally published in Glamour.com 

Bella Hadid Has Found the Perfect Pair of Straight-Leg Jeans

Bella Hadid Has Found the Perfect Pair of Straight-Leg Jeans

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As Paris Fashion Week comes to an end, so too do the street-style moments from the cobbled streets of the French capital. We can always count on Bella Hadid, though, who continues to serve looks off-season. As the model arrives in London after a month of owning the runways, she brings with her that noteworthy fashion sense. And from a first glimpse of her UK wardrobe, it’s Bella’s choice of classic straight-leg blue jeans that stands out the most.
Seen walking out of St Pancras station, the 25-year-old model wore an ensemble reminiscent of ’90s off-duty supermodel style. The look comprised the perfect pair of dark blue straight-leg jeans worn with a brown leather belt, a black zip-up top unzipped almost to her navel, a brown pinstripe blazer, a burgundy leather jacket in her arms, and a pair of slip-ons adorned with leopard print.
As always, Bella’s accessories were a highlight. The model threw on fingerless leather brown gloves, a pair of micro-shades in tortoiseshell, a red pendant choker, and her favorite vintage Chanel bag that she’s carried around all season.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Kim Kardashian, Karen Wazen, and Rita Ora

Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Kim Kardashian, Karen Wazen, and Rita Ora

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The current climate around the world is a sombre one, due to the latest updates coming our way via Ukraine, which is now in the midst of a crisis. However, the week did begin on a celebratory note thanks to Milan Fashion Week, which has already given us more than a handful of strong sartorial moments.
Among the front row regulars this week was Kim Kardashian, who finally took a break from her back-to-back Balenciaga bodysuits for a rich caramel-hued boiler suit. The entrepreneur then made her way to Prada’s showcase dressed in shades of pistachio green and soft grey, where she was joined by none other than Vogue Arabia’s February 2022 cover star, Rita Ora.

Of course, no fashion week is complete without some Arab representation, and this time, our It Girls brought their A-Game to the streets of Milan. While Karen Wazen—the first Arab woman to feature in a Roberto Cavalli campaign—attended the Italian fashion house’s show in a striking yellow and black tiger print blazer (paired with matching leopard print heels, no less), Tunisian model Rym Saidi took over Instagram feeds in her risqué Fendi ensemble, which comprised of a white bikini top, ivory trousers and cosy coat, all paired with the brand’s logo handbag.

And then there were the big runway moments. After opening for Fendi, model Bella Hadid was joined by sister Gigi Hadid at the Moschino show, which celebrated outlandish, whimsical pieces. In case you missed this week’s coolest fashion moments, catch up below.

Gigi Hadid Closed One Of Moschino’s Wildest Shows in a Dramatic Gold Gown

Gigi Hadid Closed One Of Moschino’s Wildest Shows in a Dramatic Gold Gown

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Gigi Hadid has had a busy start to Milan Fashion Week, beginning the day on the Alpine-themed Max Mara runway and ending it at one of the most bonkers Moschino shows to date. Closing Jeremy Scott’s extravaganza, the model wore a dramatic gold gown with a sweeping tulle train, which was paired with matching gloves featuring gold leaves wrapped around the arms.

With Gigi stopping to pose with her arms aloft, the show harked back to the fun fashion spectacles from the ’80s and ’90s – which was appropriate for a flamboyant collection that saw models going down the catwalk in candlestick headpieces and harpsichord dresses.
Gigi’s sister Bella also walked the show, wearing a keyhole dress featuring gold baroque detailing, followed by a sultry floor-length number. The sisters were later seen posing backstage with Scott, who himself donned a red space suit (a replica of David Bowman’s in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey that gave an insight into the creative director’s incredible mind).

With both Gigi and Bella in Milan, expect the Hadid sisters to continue dominating the catwalks this season – though the theatrics of this Moschino show will be hard to beat.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

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