Hailey Bieber Looked Stunning in a Sequin Dress With a Plunging Keyhole Neckline

It's a new era for Hailey Bieber, and she's starting it off strong in a sequined 16Arlington dress, which she debuted on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Featuring a bodycon silhouette, plunging neckline, and elegant long sleeves, Bieber appeared glamorous and confident as she promoted the launch of her new beauty line "Rhode." The liquid-effect look of her design was a visual embodiment of the "glazed donut" skin glow that the 25-year-old supermodel has become known for, and she finished the ensemble with Aquazzura Mirror Plexi mules and Tiffany & Co. T1 open hoop earrings.

Bieber's stylist, Dani Michelle, sourced the outfit from 16Arlington's pre-fall 2022 collection, which was designed with inspirational women in mind. "I really wanted this collection to make women feel empowered and beautiful and the best versions of themselves," said founder of the brand Marco Capaldo, whose partner, Kikka Cavaneti, passed away last year. "What everyone remembers after meeting Kikka is her laugh and how light and energizing she was, and I had to make sure that came through," he told Vogue.

After a recent health scare, it seems Bieber is embracing that same kind of spirit, speaking on how her perspective has changed since surviving a TIA, also referred to as a mini stroke. "Everything's good. I'm doing OK. My health scare has, you know, we've moved on from it. I'm allowing my body the time to heal and do its thing," she told Fallon.

Although, lately, Bieber has been staying true to her minimalist roots, rocking "naked pants," and low-rise cargos, she's also no stranger to metallic moments (read: her crystal bralette at the Met Gala afterparty).

Check out the photos below for more angles of Bieber's shimmering midi, and scope out a shortened version of her dress.

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