With a boy haircut and latex dress, Bella Hadid appeared in the new Michael Kors campaign. Bella Hadid is well known for wearing eye-catching ensembles both in person and on the catwalk. But the other day, she surprised even longtime fans by becoming the protagonist of the new Michael Kors brand campaign. In the lookbook, Bella appeared with an unexpectedly short haircut with bangs, a yellow latex dress with a spectacular neckline, and a new Michael Kors Karlie handbag. We hasten to reassure the fans – Hadid did not cut her hair like a boy but just tried on a wig. The look in the spirit of the 90s was completed with hoop earrings and a bright barrette.
The 25-year-old model looked stunning in these snaps, showing off her toned figure in a bodycon dress. Bella hilariously embodied the image of a cranky celebrity who is mischievous while hairdressers and makeup artists try to fix her hair and makeup. Her sophisticated features were emphasized by makeup in the “wet” technique. Bella captioned the photo: “How I style my Michael Kors Karlie bag.”
Recall that recently the model was criticized by many after she said that she had rhinoplasty at the age of 14. In particular, TV star Sharon Osbourne called the operation at such a young age “an irresponsible and ridiculous act because the face has not yet finished growing. “Sharon recalled that facial features change with age. True, it is worth noting that Bella Hadid herself said that she regrets the plastic nose. Today, half-Dutch, half-Palestinian, Bella says: “It’s a pity I didn’t keep the nose of my ancestors. I think I would grow up with it.”
However, in the US, there are no special laws regarding cosmetic surgery, and rhinoplasty can be performed when the nose is 90% formed, which can occur as early as the age of 13 in girls. Bella also spoke in detail about her teenage complexes. It turns out that in her youth, the future top model considered herself “ugly and ugly” compared to her older sister Gigi. It even led her to anorexia and depression.