For supermodel, Bella Hadid who walked the runway at Givenchy’s Paris Fashion Week show wearing a bizarre and unique look, with shaved brows replaced with futuristic silver studs, the future has arrived.
Bella didn’t slow down after walking multiple runways during the exciting fashion week attended by celebrities such as Zendaya and Vanessa Hudgens, rocking the Givenchy runway in a layered black ensemble topped off with straight black hair and a cozy, floor-length trench.
Bella has been tearing up the runways for everyone from Vivienne Westwood to Isabel Marant during this year’s Paris Fashion Week festivities. She’s even walked the runway with her older sister, Gigi Hadid, on several occasions recently.
Gigi and Bella matched in sexy metallic gowns for Moschino’s Milan Fashion Week show and took over New York Fashion Week in glittery gowns for Michael Kors.
Despite having many shows under her belt, Bella was transformed into a darkly casual Givenchy look.
Bella’s one-of-a-kind ensemble, which included a black hoodie embroidered with flames and a black hobo bag, was designed to highlight her facial jewelry, which resembled little devil horns. Without a splash of color, deep purple pointed stilettos peeked out from Bella’s baggy black pants.
Bella even walked in what was possibly PFW’s most anticipated moment, the Balenciaga runway show as she dazzled the crowd in a fitted white gown that showed off her slim curves, as well as futuristic black sunglasses and white gloves.
The glamour show was attended by everyone from Salma Hayek to brand muse Kim Kardashian. Bella’s look had the brand’s signature streamlined style written all over it, accessorized with a high, slicked-back ponytail.
The Balenciaga show gained attention after the brand sent out invitations in the form of non-functional iPhones, describing them as “real artifacts from the year 2022.” The show itself, on the other hand, proved to be far from materialistic, focusing on how “fashion doesn’t matter now” in the face of Ukraine’s chaos.
As models strutted down the runway, Balenciaga creative director Demna, who fled Georgia as a refugee years ago, recited a heartfelt poem dedicated to Ukrainians seeking asylum.