It’s been a great year for Bella Hadid on and off the runway. Not only was she cast as a Victoria’s Secret model for the first time — living out the ultimate breakup fantasy as she strutted past The Weeknd — but she also made the streets her own catwalk as well.
On Friday night, Hadid added to her long list of daring outfit highlights with black and white lace-up trousers and a matching jacket by the emerging designer Wesley Berryman. She paired them perfectly with a slashed crop top, which highlighted her post-Victoria’s Secret washboard body, plus sleek long braids to top off the look.
The occasion was a party hosted by Paper magazine in partnership with Tidal to celebrate her steamy new cover. Hadid’s close friend Justine Skye serenaded the supermodel with a concert that night, with Luka Sabbat, Shamari Maurice, and Keke Palmer in the crowd as well. The outfit was a fitting choice, as the exact look was used in the Paper spread, which was styled by Farren Fucci. Hadid proved on Friday night, however, that she’s capable of rocking a high-fashion look no filter, too.
Bella Hadid’s Top 10 Street Style Looks of 2016
Bella Hadid in Chrome Hearts in Los Angeles, California, August 2016.
Bella Hadid in New York, New York, September 2016.
Bella Hadid at a Love Magazine party in London, England, September 2016.
Bella Hadid in Milan, Italy, September 2016.
Bella Hadid at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show callbacks in New York, New York, October 2016.
Bella Hadid in New York, New York, November 2016.
Bella Hadid in Moschino and House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve in the East Village, New York, New York, November 2016.
Bella Hadid in Dior in Paris, France, November 2016.
Bella Hadid in Givenchy at Charles De Gaulle in Paris, France, December 2016.
Bella Hadid in Misbhv in Soho, New York, November 2016.
Who: Bella Hadid.
When: Friday, December 16.
Where: The Kola House in New York City.
What: Hadid paired her long and skinny braids with Wesley Berryman lace-up trousers and a matching jacket, plus a slashed crop top, which flaunted her post-Victoria’s Secret waist.
Why: This Christina Aguilera-esque look proved that Bella Hadid can take a look from the runway, to a high-fashion magazine shoot, to the streets on a Friday night seamlessly and with no filter necessary. And not only was it matched impeccably from head-to-toe, it also highlighted her evolving and daring style, plus her even better bod.
Watch Bella Hadid behind-the-scenes below.