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After storming the runways of New York, London, Milan, and Paris, supermodel Bella Hadid chose comfort for her first day post-Fashion Month. She was spotted leaving the Hotel Le Royal Monceau in Paris wearing the comfiest-looking sweatsuit — while still championing Y2K trends and the latest viral hit, balletcore.
Always one to pull off head-turning off-duty ensembles (sans stylist), Hadid sported a light gray oversized crewneck sweatshirt with matching sweatpants, a coordinating headband, and a gray silky scrunchie. The model stepped out fresh-faced with glossy lips and her newly bleached brows.
The Ramy actress brought the Y2K vibes with her beloved Chanel On The Pavement Khaki Graffiti messenger thrown over her shoulder. First seen in designer Karl Lagerfeld’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection for the Parisian brand, the logo and peace sign-embellished satchel is among Hadid’s most heavily rotated wardrobe staples.
She continued the peace sign theme with her sunglasses. Reminiscent of styles seen throughout the early aughts, the rimless sunnies were glammed up with rhinestone bejeweled peace signs in the corners. Hadid completed her look with white socks and a pair of pale pink ballet flats.
The satin ballet-slippers have been seeing a resurgence, courtesy of Miu Miu’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection and the “indie sleaze” style comeback. Earlier this year, “balletcore” began to trend on TikTok almost synonymously with the Miu Miu runway show. Pinterest reports the search volume for ballerina style has increased by 1566% in recent months, while the hashtag #balletcore has over 55.2 million views on TikTok.
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