It’s always a good day when a new Gigi outfit drops.
The model and mamma to baby Khai attended the CFDA Fashion Awards, often referred to as the “Oscars of Fashion," in New York City and hit the red carpet in the most daring fall ensemble. Wearing American luxury brand Thom Browne, Gigi Hadid cast her vote for fun tweed textures and boldly mixed all sorts of prints and patterns.
Gigi took a more androgynous route with her suit set, starting with a cropped white button-down and layering a red, white, and navy blue plaid vest over top. She wore matching cotton low-rise pants embroidered with vertical stripes, cut above her ankles to reveal a pair of matching patriotic crew socks and a black pointed-toe loafer. Gigi slung a braided, nautical belt with an anchor charm low on her hips and wore a second belt high up on her torso, draping a blue-grey boucle tweed blazer over her shoulders to complete the ensemble.
If you're loving preppy-meets-punk for fall, Gigi's CFDA Awards look is the perfect inspiration to help you achieve the chic prep school uniform look with your 'fits. We've rounded up some of our favorite tweed blazers and plaid jackets so that you can get the look just like Gigi, below.
Gigi's red, white, and blue color scheme was very classically all-American and patriotic (speaking of being patriotic — have you voted yet?!) but she switched things up with a BIG beauty plot twist. The model smized in front of a photo opp with her usual glowing skin and strong brows...and an unexpected grey lip. Yes, you heard us right — Gigi's lipstick of choice was a dark, concrete grey that added a punk edge to her beauty look and accentuated the smokey eyeshadow along her lash line.
"She Said I Want A Grey Lip 🤍," captioned makeup artist Patrick Ta, who posted a photo of Gigi's makeup look.
"I deactivated my Twitter account today," she wrote on her Instagram Stories. "For a long time, but especially with its new leadership, it's becoming more and more of a cesspool of hate & bigotry, and that's not a place I want to be a part of." The model apologized to her fans, but emphasized her decision by writing, "I can't say it's a safe place for anyone, nor a social platform that will do more good than harm."
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