Celebrity Gigi Hadid Gigi Hadid's Latest Campaign Looks Straight Out of 'Sex and the City' The supermodel channeled her inner Carrie Bradshaw while posing on top of a taxi. By Averi Baudler Averi Baudler Instagram Averi is a Chicago-based news writer and has been at InStyle since 2022. She covers all of the latest happenings in the entertainment industry, focusing on celebrity style and breaking news. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 30, 2022 @ 05:03PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images Love her or hate her, Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw has been influencing fashion with her head-turning outfits for decades. So, when the show's reboot, And Just Like That, started filling our screens with a modern-day take on Carrie's eclectic style — while reaching a whole new generation of fans — it was only a matter of time before the masses (and celebs) started replicating her iconic looks once again. Although many of us may have likely dreamed of one day rifling through Carrie's extensive collection of clothing, it looks like Gigi Hadid just actually did while posing for her newest campaign — New York City streets and all. In the picture, the supermodel is dressed in baby blue from head to toe while wearing a hooded sweatshirt, matching blazer, platform sneakers, and Carrie's signature skirt: A voluminous tulle tutu. Gigi finished her SATC-inspired look with subtle eyeshadow and a bold pink lip and kept her hair simple by parting her blonde waves down the middle. Gigi Hadid Looks Completely Unrecognizable With Her New Blonde Hair This shoot comes shortly after InStyle had the chance to sit down with Gigi earlier this year, where the model shared that — much like Carrie — she's always enjoyed the creative parts of her career. "Before I lived in New York, [my creativity] was through painting, drawing, and sculpting," Gigi said. "But I was always crafty. I think that translates into how I see modeling now. When I go to a set, I'm not just thinking about myself and the photographer. I watch the crew, lighting, catering, how they all set up. I think about all the levels of it. Maybe that will lead to something in the future like having a production company or being a creative director."