Gigi Hadid's Cornflower Blue Button-Up Is Perfect for Fall Transitional Dressing

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Gigi Hadid's Cornflower Blue Button-Up Is Perfect for Fall Transitional Dressing

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Don't let the heat wave fool you—fall is already just around the corner. And Gigi Hadid has figured out the perfect uniform for the seasonal (and sartorial) transition.

Yesterday, the supermodel was photographed out and about in New York City wearing a sophisticated yet casual ensemble that included an oversized button-up in a cornflower blue shade. In the photo seen on Harper's Bazaar, she left half of the top unbuttoned, allowing for a breezy display, and paired it with ripped straight-leg jeans.

For footwear, Hadid wore white leather buckle slides from the Italy-based brand M. Gemi. Further accessories included a pair of olive-green-tinted oval sunglasses with gold frames from Jean Paul Gaultier, a creamy pocket pouch purse from Loro Piana, a gold chain necklace, and pearl earrings via Harris Reed x Missoma.

Hadid recently announced that she plans on launching her own line of knitwear, dubbed Guest in Residence. She unveiled the news on Instagram, sharing some behind-the-scenes photos of the process, like sifting through different color palettes with some help from designer CJ Kim and stylist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, as well as looking over snippets of various fabric samples.

She wrote in the caption, "been workin on something …. with love, @guestinresidence 💛🧵 :)."

Hadid previously flirted with the idea of starting her own business venture, sharing her thoughts during a 2021 interview with i-D.

"Having had all my dreams come true in fashion, and saying: 'Now what?' I don't need another cover or campaign. I would rather leave that to a new face, someone for whom it would really change their life or career at this point," she told the magazine. "Where can I make way for that next generation and focus my energy and time on something else? Something that is obviously still in this world but is fulfilling for me creatively, and different."

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