Bella Hadid is certainly in love with the Big Apple. The supermodel was posting to the gram non-stop over the weekend as she celebrated living in New York City nearly eight years.
The 24-year-old kicked off her weekend early on Thursday meeting up close pal Kendall Jenner and visiting the The Metropolitan Museum of Art. She braved the blustery fall temps wearing a RealTree camouflage patterned, furry trim jacket along with white crop top, gray cardigan, pinstriped pants and pigtails hairstyle. The two models also hit up Tribeca hotspot Bubby’s for lunch.
Hadid later changed into a grungy plaid sleeveless shirt which she wore underneath a biker-inspired black leather vest with a heart shaped back out teamed with black bootcut pants. She and Jenner were spotted headed out to Italian eatery Carbone in the Greenwich Village neighborhood.
On Friday, the face of Marc Jacobs’ Heaven line was seen on the streets of Soho wearing an oversized vintage Bugs Bunny baseball jacket from the 1990s Jeff Hamilton X Looney Tunes collection. The rare outwear pieces featured red and brown leather with the beloved cartoon character on the back about to hit a baseball with the phrase “Play Ball.” She styled the jacket with $285 Sami Miro Vintage sweatpants, a $235 asymmetrical sheer black crop top (also by Sami Miro Vintage), black platform sneakers, a brown Prada shoulder bag and a dark blue New York Yankees baseball cap.
Later that evening (still in the same outfit), she met up with Jenner yet again and had yet another girls night out.
On Saturday, both models went to work together for a Givenchy photoshoot and posted behind-the-scenes photos from assignment. Hadid showed off a a sultry beauty look on the gram that included smokey cat-eyes and blunt lob hairstyle.
While off duty Hadid wore a black and green Tommy Hilfiger fleece vest, a puffy army green jacket, red printed Jean Paul Gaultier t-shirt and olive cargo shorts with a mesh overlay.
Throughout the weekend, she also posted other fun moments on her Instagram Stories including indulging in a burger at the Waverly Inn and dinning at the Garden, a brownstone divided into a trendy bar and a restaurant which serves American comfort fare in the West Village.
Sounds like the perfect weekend to us.