She has modeled eye-popping ensembles on catwalks around the world.
And even in her street style this week Bella Hadid proved that she knows how to put together a striking outfit.
The 25-year-old supermodel teamed a pastel multicolored beanie with a canary yellow top as she stepped out in New York.
Slipping into a baggy coat and similarly loose-fitted jeans, the little sister of Gigi Hadid accented the look with orange shades, and also shared it on Instagram.
Bella and her sister are said to have tightened their bond since the explosive falling out between their mother Yolanda Hadid and Gigi’s ex Zayn Malik.
Gigi and Bella have grown closer since the Zayn and Yolanda incident. Bella has stuck by her side, as the situation has caused a lot of tension within the family,’ an insider disclosed to People magazine. ”
‘Gigi is done with Zayn. She’s a really private person, so Bella has really been there to support her. It’s been tough on all of them because they’re all so close.’
The source explained: ‘That’s her mom, but it’s still her baby’s father, even though their romantic relationship is over. This has not been easy on Gigi and has caused a lot of stress on relationships with her family.’
Gigi and Zayn, who have dated on and off for years, welcomed a daughter named Khai last year amid the coronavirus lockdowns.
Zayn and Yolanda allegedly had an altercation in September, and though he denied claims he was physically violent, he pled no contest to four harassment charges.
He cannot have any contact with Yolanda or the security guard who saw the incident, and must complete an anger management course and 360 days probation.
The fracas reportedly started when Yolanda entered Gigi and Zayn’s Pennsylvania home without Zayn’s permission while Gigi was in Paris for work.
Zayn is accused of having pushed Yolanda into a dresser and calling her a ‘f***ing Dutch s***,’ demanding she keep away from the baby.
It was also claimed he called Gigi and said: ‘Strap on some f***ing balls and defend your partner against your f***ing mother in my house.’