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Hailey Bieber is on a roll.
The model has had a whirlwind 24 hours while promoting the launch of her new skincare line, Rhode. As she ran around New York City spreading the news, she simultaneously put on a fashion show by making five head-turning outfit changes.
The model started her day off in an all-black look that combined the best of Matrix-esque fashion and dark academia. Her inky black blazer, a unique piece from Aggi that cinches at the waist, was worn on top of a matching miniskirt. She accessorized with white socks, chunky Bottega Veneta loafers, tiny Balenciaga oval shades, and gold circle earrings from Tiffany and Co.
For her next appearance, Bieber opted for a completely different ensemble, wearing an ivory white long-sleeved dress from Jil Sander's fall 2022 collection. She paired the look with white slingback pumps from By Far.
While spotted in Brooklyn later in the day, Bieber went for another monochrome moment, this time donning a head-to-toe camel outfit composed of a Sportmax suit and glossy Jimmy Choo pumps. She accessorized with more gold Tiffany and Co. jewelry and re-wore her Balenciaga sunglasses.
For her penultimate appearance, Bieber again wore Sportmax, this time a structured little black dress from the brand's fall 2022 collection. The mod look was accentuated with minimal accessories, including her Balenciaga glasses, black Jimmy Choo slingbacks, and drop earrings.
Finally, ending the day with a live interview at The Tonight Show, Bieber looked radiant in a nearly sheer, sequined dress with a keyhole cutout from 16Arlington. She accessorized minimally, wearing clear heels and gold earrings.
Bieber talked to BAZAAR.com ahead of the launch of her eponymous beauty brand.
"My ethos behind the brand is that we want to make one of everything," she said. "One really good moisturizer, one really good hydration serum, one really good lip product. I believe in curating your essentials in your closet the same way I believe in curating your essentials in your skincare."
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