Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid: Supermodels at Fendi, Moschino during Milan Fashion Week

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Wearing power shoulders and a mini wedding dress, Gigi Hadid was a couture bride and her sister, Bella Hadid, was a high-fashion clown on the runway at Milan Fashion Week.

The supermodel sisters sported some of the most eye-catching looks at MFW as Moschino unveiled its wild and wacky spring/summer collection 2020.

Bradley Cooper’s ex, Russian supermodel Irina Shayk, wore a violin bodysuit and Kaia Gerber was part model, part musical instrument, as they strutted in the hot-ticket show.

The Hadids were also in form at Max Mara and Fendi, where Gigi went braless in a sheer shirt and Kendall Jenner showed that her blonde hair is, in fact, not a wig.

A bridal moment for Gigi Hadid at Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraA bridal moment for Gigi Hadid at Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
Up close! With red lips by MAC Cosmetics (specifically, Retro Matte Liquid Lip colour in cult red shade). Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraUp close! With red lips by MAC Cosmetics (specifically, Retro Matte Liquid Lip colour in cult red shade). Picture: Getty Images

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At Moschino, models walked through an enormous gilded picture frame, as the brand’s creative director Jeremy Scott took inspiration from Pablo Picasso (and his home, Spain) to Pierrot clowns, including Bella Hadid who wore a pink-and-blue Harlequin onesie.

Critics noted that some of the outfits incorporated out-of-proportion impressionist references, such as geometric, off-skew sleeves and swirling bra cups.

Scott’s pre-show notes said that the show was built around the idea that “muses inspire artists and artists inspire the world”.

Moschino’s show aesthetic was, according to Vogue, “imaginative, all-encompassing surrealism”.

Clowning around with Bella Hadid in Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraClowning around with Bella Hadid in Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
The Picasso-inspired collection featured multiple references to violin and mandolins. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraThe Picasso-inspired collection featured multiple references to violin and mandolins. Picture: Getty Images
Kaia Gerber or a guitar? Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraKaia Gerber or a guitar? Picture: Getty Images
A metallic moment from Australian supermodel and Moschino muse, Adut Akech. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraA metallic moment from Australian supermodel and Moschino muse, Adut Akech. Picture: Getty Images
Picture perfect at Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraPicture perfect at Moschino. Picture: Getty Images
Irina Shayk, in a violin-print bodysuit. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraIrina Shayk, in a violin-print bodysuit. Picture: Getty Images
Kaia Gerber in a daring crop top with cut-outs. Picture: Getty Images
media_cameraKaia Gerber in a daring crop top with cut-outs. Picture: Getty Images

SHEER RULES AT FENDI

At Fendi, a blonde Kendall Jenner paid homage to the 1960s, which saw the Italian brand return to the 1960s for its first collection since the death of creative director, Karl Lagerfeld.

The new collection by Silvia Venturini Fendi featured quilted jackets and matching miniskirts, floral cropped raincoats and terry-cloth fabrics, as well as canvas jackets and lots of V-necklines.

Models strutted the runway in oversized sunglasses and to the’60s anthem Let the Sunshine In from the musical, Hair.

Yes, that’s a blonde Kendall Jenner at Fendi. Picture: AFP
media_cameraYes, that’s a blonde Kendall Jenner at Fendi. Picture: AFP
The full ’60s look. Picture: AFP
media_cameraThe full ’60s look. Picture: AFP

There were also gingham and sheer checked shirts, teamed with cropped knits and bug-eye glasses that had librarian glasses chains dangling from them, featuring Fendi’s iconic “double FF” logo.

Gigi Hadid was at Fendi, too. Picture: AFP
media_cameraGigi Hadid was at Fendi, too. Picture: AFP
A Fendi trench as seen on Bella Hadid. Picture: AFP
media_cameraA Fendi trench as seen on Bella Hadid. Picture: AFP

MINIMALIST MAX MARA

Max Mara paid tribute to female spies in its latest collection, taking a cues from British feminist writer Natasha Walter (“fiction needs more female spies. After all, women are trained to keep secrets,” she famously said).

Outfits had a military appeal, balanced with silky flowing femininity. There were Bermuda shorts, tailored shirts and matching monochrome ties, worn with matching sheer knee socks and pumps.

Candice Swanepoel, Gigi Hadid (of course) and Doutzen Kroes opened the show as a Charlie’s Angels trio.

Joan Smalls and Kaia Gerber joined Hadid and her sister Bella in the closing look of silkysheaths with tiered detailing and military caps.

Charlie’s Angels, Max Mara-style. Picture: AP Photo/Luca Bruno
media_cameraCharlie’s Angels, Max Mara-style. Picture: AP Photo/Luca Bruno
Gigi, Bella and Kaia. Picture: AP Photo/Luca Bruno
media_cameraGigi, Bella and Kaia. Picture: AP Photo/Luca Bruno
Signature Max Mara as seen on Kaia Gerber. Picture: AFP
media_cameraSignature Max Mara as seen on Kaia Gerber. Picture: AFP
Purple reign! Bella Hadid in Max Mara. Picture: AFP
media_cameraPurple reign! Bella Hadid in Max Mara. Picture: AFP

— with wires.

Originally published as Hadid sisters’ wild and wacky catwalk outfits

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