New York City is well acquainted with Bella Hadid's affinity for reviving decades-old fashion trends. But now, she's bringing that style prowess to Italy.
Today, the supermodel was spotted wearing a '90s-inspired outfit during Milan Fashion Week. The ensemble consisted of a white cropped tank top, bootcut trousers with splotches of various olive green tones and a raw hem, a striped brown sweater slung over her shoulders, and black boots. She accessorized with a frayed military green crossbody bag from Chanel, which featured motifs like the fashion house's logo and peace signs all over the strap, as well as matching green sunglasses, gold drop earrings, and a wide black headband.
Hadid is often seen out and about in outfits that pay homage to sartorial eras of the past.
Recently, she seemed to honor the British mod style by appearing in an outfit that could have easily been pulled from a 1960s catalogue. In late August, the model stepped out wearing a gray-and-black striped Chanel minidress with white trim. She styled the look with slender black shades, white ribbed knit leg warmers, and baby blue ballet flats adorned with white bows.
And back in July, Hadid went for a retro look in a sleeveless yellow-and-brown sweater, which she paired with faded straight-leg jeans, a black mini messenger bag, black boots, and rectangular sunglasses.
Hadid talked about curating her iconic street style looks in a previous interview with WSJ. Magazine.
"I haven't had a stylist in a long time, maybe two years now," she said. "In the last year, it was really important for me to learn that even if people talk about my style or if they like it or if they don't, it doesn't matter, because it's my style."
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