Bella Hadid Milan Fashion Week 2020

Bella Hadid at Milan Fashion Week 2020

Before Milan Fashion Week begins, Bella Hadid will make her debut in the runway at the Proenza Schouler show. The supermodel wore a velvet hoodie and baggy khaki trousers, and is already planning her second season. Bella and Kalman first met in New York City, and then met in Milan after the Max Mara show to grab a gelato.

The models were spotted hand in hand and walked the show in matching ensembles. In Milan, they wore black boots with chunky outer soles, which channeled the grunge aesthetic of the early 2000s. Gigi Hadid is known for wearing comfortable and cozy shoes but she also likes to wear sandals and sharp pointy-toe heels. This year, Bella Hadid has already slathered herself in several pairs of comfortable sneakers, including the Yeezy Foam Runners.

Bella Hadid displayed her sporty side during Milan Fashion Week. She wore a hooded shirt with a silver standup collar, quarter-zip design and plain black leggings. To complete her look, she accessorized her outfit with a metallic necklace and hoop earrings. While this look may not be the most daring choice, she’s still in the running for best dressed at Milan Fashion Week 2020.

While the Max Mara fall 2020 show was a grunge-inspired take on bohemia, Bella Hadid’s looks were more feminine. She wore a red short dress with a corset-style top and a structured skirt that reached three feet above her knees. The white lining on the skirt made her look like a walking frosted cake. This outfit was paired with large platform heels and white boots by the actress.

Bella Hadid has dominated Milan Fashion Week in Milan. To walk the Versace Men’s spring 2020 runway, she wore a red leather jacket. In a pair black leather trousers, she showed off her toned abs. She opted not to wear makeup, giving her an all-natural look. Gigi Hadid, her sister, wore a black leather trench and a white fluffy bucket hat.

Gigi Hadid, the other supermodel, recently partnered with LVMH. She is the first Black woman to head a luxury brand for LVMH, and the first to collaborate with a brand created from scratch. In fourteen years, she is the second designer to join the company. Karl Lagerfeld designed the FF logo in 1965. It is a well-known symbol in fashion.

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