Bella Hadid hopped on a private jet to Miami ahead of a busy few days.
The model headed south from New York toward warmer weather to help out with her newest Chrome Hearts collection ahead of Art Basel. The Dior Beauty brand ambassador also is in town for the brand’s men’s show tonight.
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For the flight over, the supermodel donned an ensemble in one of the season’s biggest trends, monochrome, specifically an all-white look consisting of a sweatshirt, sweatpants, high socks and an overcoat.
On her feet, the 23-year-old chose a pair of white Roc-A-Fella x Nike Air Force 1 sneakers. The shoes were originally created in 2007 in collaboration with the Roc-A-Fella music label and were rereleased in 2017 at ComplexCon for the 35th anniversary of the Air Force 1 silhouette. The style currently is available for $175 and is up on resale sites like GOAT.
Wearing monochrome pieces is a styling hack that many stars favored this fall, and it seems to be carrying over as winter weather commences. This style of dressing streamlines any ensemble for an easy, chic look. The trend has been worn by the likes of Céline Dion, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna and more.
Hadid herself has gone monochrome many times before. She stepped out in all black in November on a trip to Paris while wearing Alexander Wang boots.
Click through the gallery to see more times Bella Hadid was ahead of shoe trends.
Bella Hadid Is Back in Black Wearing Alexander Wang Boots in Paris
Bella Hadid Wears One of Fall’s Biggest Boot Trends Again
Bella Hadid Is Cowgirl-Chic in Two Different Takes on the Western-Style Boot Trend
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