Bella Hadid's Black Pixie Cut and Headband Is So '60s

Bella is practically a time traveler with all her retro fashion choices.

Bella Hadid Updo Looking at Camera 2021 Cannes Film Festival
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Bella Hadid's style and beauty choices usually bring up some kind of nostalgia for eras past, usually the early aughts or '90s. But the model just channeled a 1960s icon for her most recent photoshoot.

On the cover of Vogue España, Bella debuted a jet-black pixie haircut with shaggy fringe accompanied by a vibrant pink coat with 3-D floral appliqués. The cut was perfected by hairstylist Evanie Frausto and left a tiny gap in the forehead-grazing bangs. In other images from the spread, Hadid layered fancy dresses over T-shirts and tank tops and wore metallic green over-the-knee boots.

In her own Instagram post, Bella shared some behind-the-scenes snaps from set, in which she added a black hairband to the cropped hair, a look reminiscent of '60s model Twiggy. She wore a leather midi dress layered over a sheer skirt with red flower beading, a Prada creation, according to Bella's caption. The last slide featured a video that captured the model staring directly into the camera lens before cocking her head to the side.

Bella is a fan of a cropped pixie — in April of this year, she debuted another short cut on the set of a Michael Kors campaign. It makes sense why Hadid keeps going back to the classic style; it looks flawless with her delicate features and porcelain skin. Thanks to wigs, most of Bella's looks are fleeting and change day-to-day. Remember her Bumpit from earlier this week? Or her and her sister Gigi Hadid's bizarre Marc Jacobs fashion show looks? There really isn't a style she can't pull off.

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