News Awards & Events Fashion Week Bella and Gigi Hadid Had a Chic Sister Street Style Moment at New York Fashion Week And Bella made a strong case for wearing dresses over pants again. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on September 9, 2021 @ 09:32AM Pin Share Tweet Email New York Fashion Week has officially commenced, and it's not complete without a street style moment from the Hadids. On Wednesday night the supermodel sisters stepped out together looking as fashionable as ever. Bella, queen of chaotic dressing, wore a confusing long-sleeve tunic (er, dress?) with crisscross straps across her collarbone and a cold-shoulder. The middle of the shirt was mesh and flowed into asymmetric pleats. She put the minidress on over plaid trousers with split-hem bottoms, and paired the look with black patent leather pointy-toe pumps. The model accessorized with a mini shoulder bag and mismatching silver earrings. She wore her dark hair in a super '90s-esque hairstyle complete with a deep slicked side part and a braided bun. Her sister, Gigi, on the other hand wore a fitted midi dress that combined all of this summer's hottest trends. The sides of the dress featured cutouts all down the leg, while the midsection was embossed to look like a corset. The mock bustier top also featured beaded halter-top straps. She wore PVC heels and accessorized with a glittering gold handbag. Her hair was fixed into a bun with several curls left out around her face. Gigi Hadid Wore Psychedelic Asymmetrical Pants These are the first of what we'd assume to be many iconic looks from the Hadid sisters this New York Fashion Week. After two virtual seasons, it's good to see the celebrities out sporting their street fashion once again.