Bella Hadid is officially out of office. After a busy Cannes Film Festival and Paris Fashion Week period, the model announced on Instagram that she was taking a few weeks off work for a summer holiday. A few days later, Hadid popped up in Ibiza, Spain, to share a look at her vacation wardrobe and itinerary, which includes eating pizza, pikelets and pineapple, and playing backgammon in a bikini.
Among other ‘90s and Y2K-era pieces—her favourite trend of the moment—Hadid packed in her suitcase a sunset-print bikini and sarong by PRISCAVera, complete with a gold belly chain with discs. She also posted an Instagram gallery in tribute to her Di Petsa “Wet Look” halter mini dress, which she paired with white Yeezy Foam Runners.
Following her angelic look, Hadid took us back to the beach, where she shared photos from a day lounging and playing games while wearing a bikini by Emily Ratajkowski’s swimwear label, Inamorata. In the gallery, Hadid added images of snacks, like pikelets, pineapple slices and croissants, and an outdoor movie setup. She’s also wearing colourful beaded bracelets by Seally Mimi, a small New York-based independent label which both she and fellow stylish friend Dua Lipa both love:
As well as her bikini by Em Rata, Hadid packed a bright-red bikini with gold chain adornments around the straps by designer Dilara Findikoglu which she paired with matching Chanel reading glasses.
For her latest look, Hadid swapped top-to-toe red for top-to-toe baby blue, wearing a Marshall Columbia bodysuit which features cutouts down the torso and along the sleeves. Hadid paired the bodysuit with two-toned straight-leg jeans, baby blue Miu Miu thong sandals with kitten heels and more Seally Mimi colourful beaded bracelets.
Though, at first glance, her top steals the show, Hadid packed on all of the accessories for this look, including beaded bracelets and ’90s-era butterfly clips, which clung to strands at the front of her loose waves. The 24-year-old also had beads hanging from the torso cutouts of her bodysuit. J’adore—we mean—amor.