Bieber hit the Monday night event clad in a glamorous sheer, black midi dress with a daring midriff cutout. The gown, a number by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad, was taken straight from the line's Spring 2020 haute couture collection, inspired by Ancient Egypt.
The model made the red carpet hers as she maxed out her glam quotient by pairing the dress with two Tiffany & Co. diamond rings as well as her eye-catching Solow & Co. engagement ring. She finished off the look with black sandals and a pair of diamond hoop earrings for good measure. Her hair and makeup, in contrast, remained low-key with a simply updo and natural glam.
Hailey was much more involved with the docuseries than simply appearing on the red carpet, however. She was a major focus of the odyssey as well. During one of the episodes, she opened up about seeking her parents' advice in mid-2016 following her big breakup with Bieber at the time. Her goal was to see if he would be a "safe choice" in the end.
"He’s the first person I ever had real feelings for," Hailey explained in the YouTube series. "When things went south for a little bit and we went our separate ways, I just knew that no matter what the outcome was going to be, I knew that he was going to be somebody I loved for the rest of my life."
When looking to her parents for support, Hailey asked a very specific question.
"I said this is the time you need to stop me from doing something crazy if you think this is a bad idea," she said, adding that “in her heart," she knew that being with Justin was what she wanted to do.
Apparently, all's well that ended well, as Hailey and Justin reconciled shortly after that, and had been dating ever since, deciding to marry in late October 2019 in a lavish ceremony. Looks like it always pays to look to your parents for advice, after all.