In a few short years, Bella Hadid has managed to become a household name in the fashion industry and with her eclectic style—whether she's wearing glam dresses, only the best workout clothes or anything and everything in between—Bella always looks good.
Rising to supermodel status—with best friend Kendall Jenner and sister Gigi—she's not afraid to stand out when it comes to style: walking the catwalks for designers like Marc Jacobs, Moschino, Chanel, best friend Oliver Rousting—the youngest creative director of the French fashion power-house Balmain.
But it's her latest look that has caught our attention. Just the other day we were lusting after her sex trousers, and now she's been spotted walking the fashionable streets of New York City in these edgy Playboy pants.
Originally the model debuted the corduroy, Playboy-print pants back in July 2020, when she paired them with a mini orange Telfar bag. Her latest outfit, however, shows the pants in all their glory. This time Bella teamed the quirky pants with a mustard and red, Victoria slogan sweater and black flats.
Playboy's 1969 covergirl, Shay Knuth, features on Bella's 'Fawna' pants—which come from Danish brand, Soulland's AW20 Soulland x Playboy collection. High demand for the cool collab, means they're often out of stock—so you'll need to be quick if you spot a pair for sale on the site. Alternatively, if you really want to get your hands on them, SSense sells Bella's pants for around $213 / £203. They don't come cheap!
Bella's look is a welcome outfit rerun that we absolutely love. Repeating outfits has traditionally been taboo in the fashion world but, with shoppers looking to make greener choices and the rise of sustainable fashion brands, we're delighted to see some of our faves embrace wearing the same outfit more than once. Known for finding different ways to style beloved statement pieces—like these Playboy pants—Bella shows how easy it is to re-wear clothes in a whole new way.
We love these pants and can't wait to see what they're paired with next!
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