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At 23, Bella Hadid has already landed multiple Vogue covers, walked on runways for everyone from Dior to Alexander Wang, and cemented her status as one of the most sought-after models in fashion today.
Below, take a look at 35 of her most daring outfits so far.
In May 2016, Bella Hadid had one of her first major fashion moments during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival.
The model wore a red, floor-length gown with a thigh-high slit and plunging neckline by Alexandre Vauthier Couture.
The model made a splash at the after-party for the 2016 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Hadid – who appeared in the lingerie brand’s famous runway event for the first time that year – showed up to the after-party in a sheer Julien Macdonald dress with metallic detailing and matching strappy heels.
She rocked an edgy leather minidress, and leather evening gloves, during Paris Fashion Week in March 2017.
Hadid accessorized with fishnet stockings, open-toed heels, chunky silver chokers, and a silver cross necklace.
Hadid made headlines when she wore a lace bodysuit to the 2017 Met Gala.
Designed by Alexander Wang, the off-the-shoulder number featured a plunging scoop back. The model completed the look with a pair of black stilettos that blended seamlessly into her catsuit.
Later that month, Hadid stunned in another sheer look.
The model turned heads in a one-shoulder Ralph & Russo gown made of transparent, crystal-embellished fabric draped over a sheer leotard that was half bustier top and half high-waisted bottoms.
In July 2017, Hadid wore an optical illusion on the streets of New York City.
While the model looked like she was wearing red basketball shorts over black sweatpants, the unique bottoms turned out to be a single pair of track pants by Bobby Abley.
The model was spotted wearing a blue shirt with voluminous sleeves in September 2017.
Designed by Claudia Li, her top retailed for $US995. Hadid paired the button-down with light-wash lace-up jeans and chunky black heels.
That same day, she was photographed in New York City in yet another unconventional outfit.
The model wore a navy tracksuit by Belgian label Léo, designed by Leonneke Derksen, that was completely open on both sides, save for a few strips of cloth that held the whole ensemble together.
Hadid accessorized the sporty look with tiny rectangular sunglasses, a black fanny pack, and white Alumnae slides that retailed for $US1,050.
Two days later, Hadid showed up to a book signing for her mum Yolanda Hadid’s memoir, “Believe Me,” in a pinstripe pantsuit.
The model paired the navy suit, which featured knee-high slits on both pant legs, with a bright red baker boy cap by Ruslan Baginskiy.
She rocked another pantsuit at Glamour’s 2017 Women of the Year Awards.
The Cristina Ottaviano number included a silver beaded bustier top. Hadid accessorized with earrings and a necklace from Bulgari.
During Paris Fashion Week in January 2018, Hadid was photographed in a sheer black top, tights, and dad sneakers.
She wore the eyebrow-raising mesh pieces under an oversized, belted grey blazer.
Two days later, she was spotted wearing a bright orange puffer jacket.
The model completed the casual look with a cropped, long-sleeved top from Fendi and trendy tiny sunglasses.
That same week, she stepped out in Paris wearing the same tiny sunglasses.
This time, Hadid added a dramatic, floor-length trench coat, layered over an all-black ensemble.
Later that month, Hadid hit the streets of New York City in a memorable plaid trench coat by Burberry.
She accessorized with a black beanie and a pair of tiny red sunglasses that matched her bright red jacket.
In February 2018, the model left the Moschino fitting for Milan Fashion Week in a cropped shearling jacket by Off-White.
Her fashionable yet comfortable streetwear look also included Fendi pants, Le Specs sunglasses, and a pair of Nike Air Max 97 sneakers.
In May 2018, she attended the launch party for Dior Backstage in a chic, all-black ensemble.
The model rocked a black vest with no shirt underneath, a floor-length tulle skirt, oversized sunglasses, and a black beret with a delicate mesh veil that covered half her face.
She accessorized with a $US1,495 clutch by Judith Leiber Couture.
The following month, Hadid put her own spin on the “no pants” trend by wearing a see-through skirt.
She brightened up the chic outfit with matching, bold red accessories including a pair of slingback, pointy-toe heels and a Dior handbag.
Also in June 2018, the model turned heads during Paris Fashion Week in a monochromatic outfit in shades of bright red.
At Virgil Abloh’s first show for Louis Vuitton, the model showed up wearing one of the designer’s pieces. She accessorized the red ensemble with a light-brown fanny pack, also by Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton, and a pair of suede Christian Louboutin heels.
Two days later, she rocked yet another eye-catching monochromatic look.
The model stood out from the crowd in a neon-yellow pantsuit from Dior Homme’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
At the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party in September 2018, Hadid’s sheer bodysuit was one of the most memorable looks of the night.
Hadid paired her transparent, custom Mugler jumpsuit with clear, pointy-toe heels – a standout celebrity look during New York Fashion Week.
Later that month, she wore sheer lingerie as a minidress.
While hosting a party for jewellery label Chrome Hearts in Paris, the model wore a bustier-style minidress under a black blazer. She completed the look with a dramatic cat eye, black tights, and a leopard-print purse.
In late October, Hadid channeled the 2000s and wore a jean bustier with matching capris.
The model paired her denim ensemble with playful accessories including big hoop earrings, a leopard-print purse, and matching pointy-toe, ankle-wrap heels.
That same month, she rocked what looked like denim pajamas in broad daylight.
The model was spotted in New York City wearing a $US1,690 navy blue and black puffer coat from Ben Taverniti Unravel Project.
Under the jacket, Hadid wore a matching shirt and pant set that looked like it was made of a dark-wash denim-style material from afar. (The Ellie Mae pieces are actually made mostly of cotton.)
At the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show after-party in November 2018, Hadid walked the red carpet in a see-through dress.
She freed the nipple in a sheer metallic dress with a plunging neckline that reached her belly button.
The slinky design featured an open back, a thigh-high slit in the front, and beaded detailing around the hips.
Hadid completed the look with metallic pointy-toe heels, a silver handbag, and ornate gemstone earrings.
The model wore an eyebrow-raising neon vest in early January 2019.
The model stepped out in New York City on January 9 wearing a shirt from Louis Vuitton x Virgil Abloh Men’s Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
The top features a neon safety vest layered over a long-sleeved button-down. Hadid accessorized with chunky dad sneakers, high-ankle socks, and diamond jewellery.
At the 2019 Met Gala, Hadid wore a daring cutout dress from Moschino designer Jeremy Scott.
Hadid looked elegant in a black gown with jeweled gloves and accents throughout. She paired the look with oversized jewel earrings.
Hadid turned heads the 2019 Cannes Film Festival in a red gown
Hadid wore a bold, red Roberto Cavalli gown that was designed with an asymmetrical jeweled neckline and cutouts around her midriff. The dress also featured a thigh-high slit.
She paired the gown with matching red earrings and gold heels.
Hadid bared her midriff at the 2019 VMAs in a neutral dress with pops of yellow throughout.
Hadid was photographed at the awards show in a midi dress from London-based designer Charlotte Knowles. She accessorized it with jewellery from Chrome Hearts and transparent heels.
Hadid embraced the “no shirt” trend at the 2019 Savage x Fenty fashion show in 2019.
The model wore a $US30 bralette from Savage x Fenty with an emerald-green suit and black heels.
In 2019, Hadid was photographed in Paris wearing a see-through tank from Virgil Abloh’s Off-White.
Hadid kept it casual in an all-white outfit with black combat boots while out in Paris.
While out in Paris in 2019, Hadid wore a leather jacket that was held together by tiny strings.
Hadid wore a long leather jacket designed by Supriya Lele with no shirt underneath. She paired it with long pants that were made with an uneven waistline, and pointed leather boots.
Hadid channeled the early 2000s in a blue crop top and low-rise pants while in Paris in 2019.
Hadid wore head-to-toe Louis Vuitton to the brand’s menswear fashion show.
In 2020, Hadid was photographed wearing a denim top that was held together by safety pins.
Hadid went for a daring yet laid-back look in a crop top, oversized denim blazer, mustard-yellow jeans with black laces along the leg, and a colourful beret. She paired her look with a denim handbag and black boots.
Hadid channeled the early 2000s again when she wore an all-denim outfit for Balenciaga’s runway show during Paris Fashion Week in March.
At the 2020 VMAs, Hadid wore a sheer bodysuit with black trousers.
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