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Gigi Hadid Just Got a Septum Piercing – Here’s Everything You Need To Know About the Hottest Piercing Trend

Gigi Hadid Just Got a Septum Piercing – Here’s Everything You Need To Know About the Hottest Piercing Trend

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Is it just us or have septum piercings taken over as the new cool-girl piercing to get? #SeptumPiercing has over 1.7 billion views on TikTok (and plenty of videos to go alongside it, so if you’re not squeamish and want to see what the process involves, xxx).
Just this week, Gigi Hadid debuted a spiked ring through her nose, while attending the CFDA awards in New York City. The event, which celebrates fashion and expression, also saw the model opt for a gray lip. And, while we’re not sure whether the piercing is a faux fleeting appearance, or a more permanent look for the model, she’s not the only celebrity fan to enjoy the piercing.

Cynthia Erivo has long rocked the piercing. The actress and singer (who is currently rehearsing for her role of Elphaba alongside Ariana Grande as Glinda in the film remake of Wicked) told The Times: “Being able to work a septum piercing on the red carpet just feels liberating.”

And, actress Florence Pugh even took her Instagram followers along for the ride when she got her septum pierced, posting pictures with the needle through the centre of her nose. “When you want to be a cool grown up and get a cool new piercing and you instantly fail, go green and then faint. Praise the piercing heavens for my trusty @zoelisterjones to have a handy lollipop to make me feel better. FAAAAAANKS,” she wrote in the caption alongside a heads-up: “Warning – last slide will make your stomach scream.”

So, in case you’re intrigued, we spoke to piercer Lucy, a piercer at ultra-stylish piercers, Sacred Gold, to let us in on everything you need to know before you get your septum pierced.
What is a septum piercing?
“A septum piercing is a piercing in the centre part of the nose in between the nostrils. It is placed in the thin bit of skin between the thicker part at the bottom and the cartilage above, we call this the ‘sweet spot’. A ring is commonly worn in this piercing, and it can be as decorative or as plain as the wearer wants,” Lucy explains. “These piercings date back hundreds of years and have been associated with many different religions and cultures. Over the past few years, they have become vastly popular for both men and women,” she adds.
How much does a septum piercing hurt?
“A septum piercing (like all piercings) if performed properly should be quick and fairly painless,” she says. But as we know, pain is relative and the septum is a particularly sensitive area to get pierced (you know how much it hurts to get hit in the nose). As for the pain scale, it will totally depend on who you ask. “It will make your eyes water though,” says Lucy.
How long does it take to heal?
“Healing times for this can vary depending from person to person,” Lucy says, “but we would normally expect this piercing to take between three and four months to heal.” It can take up to a year for the scar tissue to fully heal, though.
What aftercare is required?
“It should be checked for ‘crusties’ and cleaned with a sterile saline solution morning and night. The inside of the nose can be a delicate area so gentle irrigation should only be needed when the crusties form,” says Lucy. And, the best thing you can do in between, is leave it alone. No touching, twisting or fiddling.
Are there any side-effects?
As with all piercings, there’s a risk of infection involved. So keep a close eye on the site while it heals and monitor for swelling or oozing as this could be a sign the area is irritated. If you’re worried, go back to your piercer for advice.
How long until you can change the jewelry?
Lucy recommends a minimum of 12 weeks before your jewelry can be changed.
How much does a septum piercing cost?
As for price it should start somewhere from £30-£40 (AED 174), but it can cost more depending on where you go and the jewelry you choose.
Originally published in Glamourmagazine.co.uk

Pictures: Inside Gigi Hadid’s Launch Party for Her Knitwear Line, Guest in Residence

Pictures: Inside Gigi Hadid’s Launch Party for Her Knitwear Line, Guest in Residence

Gigi Hadid. Photo: Getty
The launch of Gigi Hadid’s knitwear brand, Guest in Residence, was light on pullovers, and heavy on partywear. The model pack turned out to support the budding cashmere connoisseur at her L’Avenue event in Saks, New York, where the chat centred around fun colour combinations and “varsity funk” capsules.
Hadid herself was in full Gen-Z businesswoman mode. The twenty-something multi-hyphenate, who formulated the idea for her preppy-cool label while pregnant and nesting at her family’s Pennsylvania farm, wore a pale corset over a Barbie-pink shirt and white trousers, with other sugary accents by way of Miu Miu’s Wander bag and point-toe pumps. With her hair slicked back in a spiky bun and the standard stack of gold jewellery, Gigi looked polished, yet out there on the fashion front.
Bella Hadid and Marc Kalman. Photo: Getty
Sister Bella Hadid, the directional dresser of the family, showed up coordinating in monochrome separates with her boyfriend Marc Kalman. The keen vintage fan is enjoying a Sandy from Grease phase, with skin-tight black pedal-pushers and cute cardis, and amplified the look with pigtails. Innocent? Anything but, thanks to her signature micro shades and again the mismatching jewelry that’s become a prerequisite for new-gen style plates.
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Emily Ratajkowski balanced the louche suit trouser trend with her love of crop tops, thanks to Miu Miu’s schoolgirlish looks, while Precious Lee also put her own twist on tailoring via a PVC mac and keyhole cardigan. The mood? Power women celebrating one of their own rising up the ranks away from the runway.
Precious Lee. Photo: Getty
The biggest fan of Guest in Residence was not in attendance but tucked up in bed. Gigi’s two-year-old daughter Khai, who already picks out her own outfits, has strong opinions on her mother’s cheerful joggers, hoodies and tanks. “She’ll be our first intern,” Hadid told Vogue. For now, the designer has got plenty of star brand ambassadors rallying around her.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Gigi Hadid Announces the Launch Date of Her Clothing Brand, Guest in Residence

Gigi Hadid Announces the Launch Date of Her Clothing Brand, Guest in Residence

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Part-Palestinian model Gigi Hadid has revealed the official launch date of her clothing brand on social media, just a month after announcing the name of the line, Guest in Residence.

“ONE WEEK AWAY — my first-ever brand,” Hadid wrote on Instagram. “As a founder, creative director, and lover of all-things-cozy, I’m so happy to finally share that GUEST IN RESIDENCE officially launches September 7, 2022”. The new collection will include knitwear made of 100% cashmere according to the label, which will feature relaxed tops and bottom sets. Sneak peeks shared by Hadid so far show fabric swatches, mood boards, and a unique color palette that speaks to the model’s personal style which includes shades of bright orange, blue, pastels, and black. Hadid also shared the newly launched Instagram account for Guest in Residence, the bio for which reads, “Knitters. 100% cashmere. Envisioned by creative director @gigihadid.” Posted on the account alongside the brand’s logo are two new black and white portraits of Hadid, presumably wearing pieces—a co-ord set and a sweater and cardigan—from Guest in Residence.

Hadid had first hinted at the launch of the brand in a Vogue interview earlier this year. “Working on my clothing line has been incredible because it’s a different setting, where I get to be involved in team-building and designs,” she had said. “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.” In addition to this new endeavor, Hadid will also be co-hosting Netflix’s Next in Fashion along with British TV personality Tan France. “I’m so excited about both,” Hadid had added. “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.”
Although this is her debut apparel collection, this is not the first time the mother-of-one has ventured into designing. Hadid formerly collaborated with Tommy Hilfiger on four collections. She also teamed up with Vogue Eyewear in 2017 on a capsule collection that was a big hit.
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Gigi Hadid Reveals the Name and a Sneak Peek of Her Upcoming Clothing Brand

Gigi Hadid Reveals the Name and a Sneak Peek of Her Upcoming Clothing Brand

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Part-Palestine supermodel Gigi Hadid is adding a new feather to her cap by launching her own clothing brand, the name of which she recently revealed to be Guest in Residence.
Last week, the former Vogue Arabia cover star shared a glimpse of her newest venture, a knitwear line, on social media with a series of pictures showing her at work creating the pieces, along with fabric swatches, the brand’s logo, clothing tags and piles of sweaters, as well as photo of her wearing a lavender number from the collection. In addition to this, the post also showed stylist and fashion editor Gabrielle Karefa-Johnson, knitwear designer CJ Kim, and fashion publicist Kevin McIntosh Jr. collaborating with Hadid. The 27-year-old captioned the post, “Been workin on something . . . with love, @guestinresidence” and also added “founder, creative director @guestinresidence” to her Instagram bio.

Although the launch date and further information about the knitwear line are yet to be revealed, the Instagram account and website for the brand are all set up and running with the site showing “coming up soon”. Hadid’s friends and family showed support and love in the comments section with sister and fellow model Bella Hadid writing, “What we’ve all been waiting for”, while Hailey Bieber commented, “So excited about this”.
While this will be the first time Hadid steps into the shoes of a solo designer, she has previously collaborated 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 had shared with Vogue Arabia. The mother-of-one also forayed into design earlier this year by collaborating with Frankies Bikinis to design a swimwear and loungewear collection.
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Gigi Hadid Makes Lime Green the Color of the Season in This Sparkling Dress

Gigi Hadid Makes Lime Green the Color of the Season in This Sparkling Dress

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Hot pink has dominated the season – thank you, Pierpaolo Piccioli – but Gigi Hadid is making a case for another scene-stealing color. At the British Vogue x Self-Portrait summer party, Gigi, in a high-shine lime-green dress, played host with editor-in-chief Edward Enninful and Self-Portrait founder and creative director Han Chong.
The supermodel joined guests at Chiltern Firehouse wearing said zingy Self-Portrait dress, metallic heels and Self-Portrait’s new-season Bow bag – Han’s first-ever bag design, which he added to his accessories line-up earlier this year.
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Gigi Hadid wore her bright blonde hair in a bun, with strands framing her face. Beauty-wise, she kept things simple, and went for a light blush-colored eye, a slight feline flick and a nude lip. She also sported a poppy blue manicure to offset the vibrant hue of her dress.

There were several famous faces in attendance. Celeste, Mj Rodriguez, designers Harris Reed and Chet Lo, Little Simz, Kai-Isaiah Jamal and Bimini Bon-Boulash partied at Chiltern, while Sabrina Elba, Bukky Bakray and models Aweng Chuol, Devon Ross and Ella Richards were also dressed by Self-Portrait.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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Gigi Hadid Brings Back Everyone’s Favorite Pink + Red Color Palette With a Couture Gown by Rising Designer Sohee Park

Gigi Hadid Brings Back Everyone’s Favorite Pink + Red Color Palette With a Couture Gown by Rising Designer Sohee Park

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You can always rely on Gigi Hadid to deliver a head-turning party look. Case in point: the model’s contrasting pink and red gown by rising couturier Miss Sohee at IMG agent Luiz Mattos’s masquerade-themed 50th birthday bash in New York on Saturday night.
Opting for high glamour, Hadid paired the strapless dress – which featured a corseted bodice and molten skirt with a delicately-embroidered wave motif on the hem – with a pearl choker from Briony Raymond and white opera gloves. She completed the dramatic look with a feathered mask and a bold red lip.

Hadid’s gown is from Sohee Park’s autumn/winter 2022 collection, which was supported by Dolce & Gabbana. The South Korean-born designer, who also counts Cardi B, Ariana Grande and Gemma Chan among her fans, places an emphasis on using sustainable materials, with the collection featuring upcycled fabrics from the D&G archive, as well as abaca, a fabric made from banana leaves.
Craftsmanship, too, is central to Park’s designs: a traditional Korean folk art called Minhwa, or “paintings of the people”, has influenced her creations. “For me, embroideries are like art, like paintings telling a story,” she previously told Vogue. “And Minhwa is such a beautiful, rich Korean tradition; I wanted to share it with the world.”
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk
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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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Pictures: 23 of the Best Dressed Celebrity Couples Seen on the Met Gala Red Carpet

Pictures: 23 of the Best Dressed Celebrity Couples Seen on the Met Gala Red Carpet

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In the world of red carpet style, the Met Gala has been the place for celebrity couples to be seen together. Whatever the theme, many famous pairs have coordinated their looks for the stylish affair. 2019’s camp-themed affair, for instance, saw a particularly high number of couples who matched for the event. And with this year’s Met Gala rapidly approaching, Vogue is celebrating the spirit of the ball, looking back on the couples’ style moments that still resonate today.
If the Met Gala is a place for bold, one-of-kind fashion to be unveiled, it’s also a place where high-profile couples have made their red carpet debuts. Take Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik, who walked the red carpet for the first time together in 2016: The stars wore futuristic getups inspired by the year’s technology theme, Hadid in a space-age, chic Tommy Hilfiger gown and Malik in a Versace suit with robotic-style sleeves. For other couples, the Met Gala has served as a meet-cute spot. Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra met for the first time at the soirée in 2017, and now the pair are husband and wife.
Other famous duos who have been fixtures at the Met Gala as well include the likes of David and Victoria Beckham, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, and Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner—who could forget the latter couple’s matching geometric looks by Louis Vuitton in 2019, which they wore just one week after getting hitched? Last year, Rihanna and A$AP Rocky set the Internet ablaze when they showed up to the Met steps in matching voluminous looks (Rihanna in Balenciaga, Rocky in ERL).
Below, see 23 of the best celebrity couples who have made style statements twice as nice.
Elizabeth Hurley and Hugh Grant, 1995
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David Bowie and Iman, 2008
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Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady, 2008
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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, 2011
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Jay-Z and Beyoncé, 2011
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Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake, 2012
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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, 2014
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David and Victoria Beckham, 2014
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Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, 2015
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Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid, 2016
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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, 2016
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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman, 2016
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Amal and George Clooney, 2018
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Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre, 2018
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Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner, 2019
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Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter, 2019
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Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas, 2019
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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, 2019
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A$AP Rocky and Rihanna, 2021
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Justin and Hailey Bieber, 2021
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Helen Lasichanh and Pharrell Williams, 2021
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Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz, 2021
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Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz, 2021
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Originally published in Vogue.com
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From 2011 to Now: 80 Pictures Charting Gigi Hadid’s Style Evolution

From 2011 to Now: 80 Pictures Charting Gigi Hadid’s Style Evolution

It’s no doubt that Gigi Hadid is one of the best-dressed models of her generation, having rubbed shoulders with the biggest designers after making her runway debut as a young adult. The part-Palestinian model has since been known to take runways by storm, but her off-duty style is just as remarkable as her CV.
Hadid’s wardrobe for her early appearances was not unlike that of a fashionable teenager’s at the time, with crop tops and skinny jeans worn with heels dominating her looks. The years after that saw her grow out of her girly-girl mini dresses with the help of bolder and edgier looks picked from coveted fashion brands like Versace, Balmain, and David Koma. It’s also when her penchant for masculine-leaning looks came in via ripped jeans, flannel shirts, and athleisure. Due to Hadid’s rising popularity as a model, she found herself on a number of red carpet events, often dazzling in slinky gowns and jumpsuits. However, when snapped up by paparazzi on the streets, Hadid was spotted in elevated casuals in bright colors, which she favors to this day. When the model is not dressed in denim and sweatpants with jackets and fitted tops, however, she appears to love stepping out in blazers and pantsuits that come in statement silhouettes and prints.
After giving birth to Khai, her daughter with Zayn Malik, Hadid also found comfort in roomy sweatsuits and cardigans. After returning to the runway, the wardrobe of the mother-of-one currently sees a balance between ease and style, and a palette of muted neutrals with occasional pops of color.
Below, take a look at Gigi Hadid’s style evolution in pictures.
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2014. Alex Perry. Photo: Instagram.com
2014. Prabal Gurung. Photo: Instagram.com
2015 David Koma. Photo: Instagram.com
2015. Versace. Photo: Instagram.com
2015. Jonathan Simkhai. Photo: Instagram.com
2015. Diane von Furstenberg. Photo: Instagram.com
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2015. Michael Kors. Photo: Instagram.com
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2017. Brandon Maxwell. Photo: Instagram.com
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2018. Vivienne Westwood. Photo: Instagram.com
2018. Versace. Photo: Instagram.com
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2018. The Row. Photo: Instagram.com
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2018. Zac Posen. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya. Photo: Instagram.com
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2019. Dries van Noten. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Michael Kors. Photo: Instagram.com
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2019. Dion Lee. Photo: Instagram.com
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2019. Jeremy Scott. Photo: Instagram.com
2018. Stella McCartney and Ralph Lauren. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Jacquemus. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Chanel. Photo: Instagram.com
2020. Helmut Lang. Photo: Instagram.com
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2020. Chanel. Photo: Instagram.com
2020. Louis Vuitton and Off-White. Photo: Instagram.com
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2021. Ralph Lauren. Photo: Instagram.com
2021. Victoria Beckham. Photo: Instagram.com
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2021. Redone, The Row, Mango, and Aldo. Photo: Instagram.com
2021. The Row, Ottolinger, Eytys. Photo: Instagram.com
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2020. Isabel Marant, Victoria Beckham, and Converse. Photo: Instagram.com
2022. Vivienne Westwood. Photo: Instagram.com
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2022. Loewe, Mango, Courreges, Nanushka. Photo: Instagram.com
2022. Mlouye, Amiri, Prada. Photo: Instagram.com
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