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Bella Hadid is a known champion of reviving vintage style trends from the early aughts and the ’90s. But in her latest look, the supermodel went even further down the decades and straight into the era that birthed fashion icons like Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Grace Kelly.
Hadid shared her latest European ensemble on Instagram. Walking seaside during an outing with boyfriend Marc Kalman, the Kin Euphorics partner cut an elegant figure in a clingy, strapless black bodysuit. The piece—with its capri pant length and wide belt buckle—was reminiscent of something you’d see Sandy wear at the end of grease or perhaps find in the wardrobe of Baby from dirty dancing. Still, the cutouts running down the sides gave Hadid’s overall look a modern twist.
For shoes, Hadid opted for snakeskin kitten heels. She also accessorized accordingly, delicately draping a sheer multicolored scarf from Miu Miu around her neck (for that Roman Holiday effect) and wearing oval sunglasses, gold heart pendant earrings, and plenty of bedazzled rings and bracelets. She finished the look with a black shoulder bag.
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Hadid’s love of vintage comes as no surprise to longtime fans of her style. During her recent run at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, Hadid teamed up with celebrity stylist Law Roach to curate archival red-carpet looks, from an Old Hollywood-esque dress from Versace’s 1987 collection to a black-and-white vintage Chanel ball gown.
The model talked about her early vintage style inspiration in a 2017 interview with SHE. “I looked at pictures of New York in the ’70s and ’80s and I thought that tough, city-girl look was so cool,” she said at the time. “I would always go to vintage stores and flea markets when I could.”
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