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Bella Hadid’s Vintage Gucci Look Is Straight from the ’90s


Bella Hadid’s Vintage Gucci Look Is Straight from the ’90s

The model celebrated her 25th birthday with her siblings, Gigi and Anwar Hadid, in New York City.

Bella Hadid channeled a famous ’90s brunette for her 25th birthday party.

The model stepped out in a vintage Gucci outfit for her celebration Saturday night, complete with a new long bob and bangs à la Monica Geller. She was spotted boarding a party bus with a group of friends including her sister, Gigi Hadid, and her brother, Anwar Hadid, per Daily Mail.

The birthday girl’s sultry all-black outfit came from the Italian house’s spring/summer 1998 collection designed by Tom Ford. She wore the long-sleeved crop top backward, bringing to the front a cutout held together by a clip, and paired it with the matching knee-length wrap skirt with a thin belt at the waist and shiny leather knee-high boots.

She accessorized the look with a leopard-print shoulder bag and a choker with a red cherry pendant. She also added a temporary butterfly tattoo on her neck for a final ’90s touch.

Sister Gigi went with a comfortable and stylish tweed bustier top and pant set by St. John. She finished her look with chunky black loafers, an oversized leather jacket, and simple accessories that included layered black and silver necklaces and a black cross-body bag.

Earlier that day, Gigi posted a sweet birthday tribute that included a pic of Bella having some auntie-niece bonding time with Gigi’s baby girl, Khai Hadid Malik. The photo appears to have been taken at the model’s birthday lunch that same day.

“We celebrate you today and every day @bellahadid : She’s my baby sister but also a firecracker of a spiritual body guard 😅 and a forever protector as an auntie. I have so much pride watching you take ownership of your growth and fulfillment, and I know everything that you have created for yourself will bring you the year of joy and light you deserve !!!!!! Can’t wait. 25 ! I love you more every sun-lap,” the caption read.