Bella and Gigi Hadid have officially landed in Milan. After sitting out London Fashion Week, the sisters arrived in Italy for Fashion Week, hand in hand before appearing in the Alberta Ferretti show. While doing so, Bella clearly demonstrated that she doesn't have Emily Ratajkowski's worried about sheer clothing. She was spotted in a white tank top cropped beneath her bust line.
It was cut similar to one she wore earlier this June, while running around New York City in sneakers, ripped mom jeans, and tiny sunglasses, as Teen Vogue noted at the time. Hadid didn't chose quite as daring of a cut this time, though, in her white tank top as she did in the plaid one. She paired the teeny crop top with a pair of high-waisted jeans and navy pumps, and accessorized with Apple's AirPods — which might be the best co-sign the decisive product has received yet.
Gigi Hadid, meanwhile, wore a pair of high-waisted, ripped black jeans and an athletic pullover, which she styled with a pair of blocky heels and a pair of Matrix-inspired tiny sunglasses.
Bella also ditched a bra earlier this week when she stepped out in Paris while wearing a mustard cardigan buttoned at the top with no shirt underneath. She paired it with similarly tiny sunglasses, a leopard belt, and a pair of high-waisted mom jeans.
By now, Hadid has become a pro at handling wardrobe malfunctions. Last year at Cannes, she handled one with poise when her pink Alexandre Vauthier gown opened at the slit, revealing her underwear underneath on the red carpet. Once Hadid realized what had happened, she coyly covered up and kept posing like a professional. Then, this January, Hadid had another Alexandre Vauthier malfunction while walking in the designer's Couture Week show in Paris. The top she was wearing slid down during her runway walk, revealing one of her nipples. One year earlier, the same happened at the Victoria's Secret fashion show, when Hadid's bra accidentally revealed one of her nipples. All of that is to say that there's no wardrobe malfunction a Hadid can't handle.