Bella Hadid is camel chic while Cara Delevingne opts for a ’90s vibe as top models descend to Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week amid pandemic
A global pandemic may suspend everyday life across the globe, but that hasn’t stopped Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
Top models in the industry descended on the French capital on Tuesday to prepare to parade the designer catwalks, with Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne emerging from their town hall in chic ensembles.
Runway veteran Bella showed off her head-to-toe camel style sense, while fellow model Cara went for a more laid-back vibe.
Ready for the catwalk: There may be a global pandemic suspending everyday life, but that hasn’t stopped Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week with Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne spotted in the city on Tuesday
Bella looked gorgeous as she headed for her first date of the day wearing a white shirt, unbuttoned to the chest.
She layered a zip-up jacket and a sleek suede blazer in chic camel tones, completing her look with wide leg pants.
A face mask to match her jacket and designer sunglasses were the perfect accessories for the fashion fan.
Earlier today, Bella opted for a casual look in a warm black coat and tall boots for her arrival at the hotel.
Chic look: the top models of the industry descended on the French capital on Tuesday to prepare to parade on the catwalks of the creators
Shades of Nude: Bella looked stunning as she headed for her first date of the day wearing a white shirt, unbuttoned to the chest
Model behavior: Cara was also seen leaving the hotel, wearing a black jacket and skinny jeans, but showing off her quirky sense of style with a fur hat
She added a pop of color with her rainbow scarf and swept her dark locks off her face with a headband.
Cara was also spotted leaving the hotel, wearing a black jacket and skinny jeans, but showing off her quirky sense of style with a fur hat.
She brought out a hint of skin with her cropped white t-shirt and completed her look with lace-up biker boots.
Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week kicked off on Monday January 25 and will run until Thursday January 28.
Style in the city: She made a hint of skin shine with her cropped white t-shirt and added a patterned face mask
Ready to work: She completed her look with lace-up biker boots as she headed for work
Casual: Earlier today, Bella opted for a casual look in a warm black coat and tall boots for her arrival at the hotel
The fashion industry is impressing with another round of virtual fashion weeks amid growing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic in France.
According to WWD, the Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion has informed fashion houses and brands that no guests will be allowed at the shows this season.
The fashion outlet is also reporting that top designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad and Ralph & Russo will not be showing up during this week as the blockages continue to be rolled out across Europe.
Weird: Cara was also spotted arriving at the hotel, wearing the same quirky look she rocked later today
Safety first: the two models made sure to wear their masks when coming and going from the hotel
Change of scenery: after a year of canceled work, top models like Cara flew to Paris to stroll in the virtual parades