Bella Hadid stuns in an electric blue minidress and knee-high boots

Bella Hadid stuns in a tiny electric blue minidress and knee-high PVC boots before switching to a matching floor-length ensemble at Off-White fashion show in Paris

It was all about the electric blue for Bella Hadid on the Off-White runway on Sunday.

Walking for the brand’s fashion show in Paris, the model, 24, stunned in a tiny electric blue mini-dress and knee-high PVC boots.

Turning heads as she stormed the catwalk, the model showed off her pins in the skimpy velvet number, which hugged her supermodel frame with its boob-tube style design. 



Electrifying: It was all about the electric blue for Bella Hadid on the Off-White runway on Sunday

She accompanied the look with chunky gold earrings and a matching choker, displaying a neutral wash of make-up, nude lipstick and a white manicure.

She wore her raven locks in sleek lines around her bare shoulders. 

Bella then switched into a matching floor-length ensemble in the same colour and fabric.

Also off-shoulder, the gown tumbled thickly down her body and flashed her boots as she marched along the platform. 

Kicking things off: She started in a tiny electric blue mini-dress and knee-high PVC boots

Flawless: She showcased a creamy bronzed look to her complexion for the runway



Legs 11: The supermodel’s endless pins certainly stole the show in the first of her two looks


Turning heads: She stormed the catwalk and showed off her pins in the skimpy velvet number, which hugged her supermodel frame with its boob-tube style design. Bella then switched into a matching floor-length ensemble in the same colour and fabric

Slick: She wore her raven locks in sleek lines around her bare shoulders

Those in the seats watched on with admiration for the classic look.

The gown swept along behind her as she left the runway, when she joined Creative Director Virgil Abloh, Joan Smalls and Amber Valletta for a post-show chat.

Joan looked fabulous in a loud burnt orange number that flashed her lithe pins.

She teamed this with black orange heels and featured the same intricate detailing as Bella’s second look.


Details: She accompanied the look with chunky gold earrings and a matching choker, displaying a neutral wash of make-up, nude lipstick and a white manicure

Watching on: Those in the seats watched on with admiration for the classic look

Trail-blazer: The gown swept along behind her as she left the runway

Creative Director: Virgil Abloh shared a post-show laugh with models Bella and Joan Smalls

Bella sashayed out of her hotel in Paris in a cut-off hooded jacket, graphic print trousers and a Vivienne Westwood belt earlier in the day.

Keeping it casual yet stylish, the star looked every inch the off-duty model as she was spotted out from where she is staying.

She has been living it up in the capital for the past week, heading out to dinner with friends and appearing on the catwalk. 

On Wednesday, she walked on the runway at the Jacquemus-Collection Fall 2021 Ready to Wear show alongside Kendall Jenner. 

What about Joan: Joan looked fabulous in a loud burnt orange number that flashed her lithe pins

 Chatter: Joan’s look was teamed with black orange heels and featured the same intricate detailing as Bella’s second look

Line up: Models Joan and Bella also chatted to Amber Valletta


Debrief: Bella changed into a semi-sheer grey minidress and black leather heeled boots for after the show

Ensuring all eyes would be on them, the stunning supermodels commanded attention at the show, which was held at the La Cite Du Cinema. 

It comes as Bella and her sister Gigi, whose father Mohamed is a Palestinian born in Nazareth, waded controversially into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict last month.

Bella was accused of antisemitism after posting cartoons denouncing Israel, which she has since deleted from her Instagram. 

The post, which Gigi liked, argued that Israel was ‘not a country’ and accused the Jewish State of ‘ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid.’ 

Bella preempted allegations of bigotry by posting a clip of Bernie Sanders arguing: ‘It is not anti-Semitic to be critical of a right-wing government in Israel.’ 



Cat-walking: [L-R] Amalia Vairelli, Amber Valletta, and Georgina Grenville on the runway




Quirky: There was an array of interesting looks storming the runway for the fashion show on Sunday

Ready for the runway: Bella sashayed out of her hotel in Paris in a cut-off hooded jacket, graphic print trousers and a Vivienne Westwood belt earlier in the day

‘Hate from either side is not okay – I do not condone it!!’ wrote Bella. ‘I will not stand to hear people talk badly about Jewish people through all of this.’

Gigi also wrote on her Instagram: ‘One cannot advocate for racial equality, LGBT & women’s rights, condemn corrupt and abusive regimes and other injustices yet choose to ignore the Palestinian oppression. It does not add up…

‘You cannot pick and choose whose human rights matter more.’ 


Wow factor: The model turned heads in a cut-off hooded jacket, graphic print trousers and a Vivienne Westwood belt

In her stride: She is known for being one of the world’s top young supermodels, but Bella kept her style casual on Sunday 

Bella also found herself in hot water when she went Live on Instagram from a pro-Palestinian protest in New York City.

She filmed herself chanting the popular Palestinian slogan: ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!’ along with other protestors.

The State Of Israel directly condemned her on its official Twitter account writing: ‘When celebrities like @BellaHadid advocate for throwing Jews into the sea, they are advocating for the elimination of the Jewish State.’ 

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