Gigi Hadid Wore a Winter Coat Without Any Pants
It should go without saying that normal fashion rules do not apply to the Hadid sisters — from arm wallets and boob cutouts for Bella Hadid to oversized vests and ugly shoes for Gigi Hadid. Gigi's latest look, while very chic, certainly breaks everyday fashion regulations.
While in Paris for more Fashion Month festivities, the model posed on a balcony wearing a long Off-White winter coat sans pants. The camel puffer slipped off Gigi's shoulders and was rolled to the elbows in the Parisian sunlight.
The outerwear was cinched and fastened in the midsection and left open at the bottom to create a high leg slit that allowed electric blue lace-up heels to peek out. Hadid's earrings matched her shoes and wore her signature blonde tresses down in tousled waves.
Gigi's eyebrows remained bleached from the Versace fashion show in Milan over the weekend. Unlike past years, the seasoned runway model is taking it easier with fewer shows after the arrival of her daughter, Khai. In our March issue, the cover star told us that she's supportive of whatever her daughter grows up to do. "She's going to do what she wants to do," Gigi said. "She could be an astronaut. I don't know."
She continued, "She's just so smart, and she's so aware. She watches everything, she's always learning, she's always looking. She's just awesome."
While it's unclear what the images are for, it makes sense for Gigi to represent the brand of her good friend and late designer Virgil Abloh, who served as creative director for Off-White and Louis Vuitton. The fashion genius passed away late last year following a quiet battle with cardiac angiosarcoma. Gigi shared a touching tribute to the designer on her Instagram.
"I am heartbroken by the loss of my dear friend, and a friend to the world, Virgil Abloh," she wrote alongside a gallery of images capturing moments they shared. "He was 1 of 1. His kindness and energetic generosity left a lasting impression on every life he touched — he made everyone feel seen and special. He will be deeply missed, cherished, and celebrated by me and all the people and industries that have been lucky enough to work around & know the true supernova behind this man."