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Gigi Hadid’s Most Iconic Fashion Week Looks Ever To Hit The Runway

Camo dresses, braless suits, Canadian tuxedos, and more.

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Gigi Hadid needs no introduction. In fact, “Gigi” could stand alone as a mononym — the way other supermodels like Naomi, Kate, and her sister, Bella, can. With zero exaggeration, Hadid is the supermodel of our generation.

She famously got her first modeling gig at just two years old for Baby Guess, before returning to modeling in 2011. Just three years later, Hadid landed her first fashion week stint. The following year, she was made a Victoria’s Secret Angel.

Since then, she’s been a fixture at fashion month, jet-setting around the world to walk the runways of Givenchy, Fendi, and Prada, among many others — often opening or closing their shows, positions reserved for the most elite.

She’s a magazine darling, gracing countless covers and editorials; She’s an easy favorite of designers like Donatella Versace and Tommy Hilfiger — so much so that Hadid even worked with the latter on a series of collections. She’s been the face of some of the most popular luxury (Chanel, Versace, and Moschino) and high street (Reebok and Maybelline) brands. Her range truly knows no limits.

In September 2022, the supermodel launched her own cashmere label, Guest In Residence, cementing her spot in the fashion stratosphere — not just as muse, but as designer herself. Most recently, Hadid added “host” to her resume after joining Netflix’s Next In Fashion, a design competition ushering in the next generation of talent.

All this to say: she is the moment. Let’s look back at Hadid’s most iconic runway looks to date.

Miu Miu Spring 2024


Hadid expertly made bedazzled dressing look casual at Miu Miu in a sparkly sweater and shorts co-ord set. She merchandised with thong sandals and peek-a-boo statement undies (peep that cobalt waistband). Ditching her bra was the final NSFW cherry on top of the laid-back look.

Chanel Spring 2024

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At Chanel, Hadid gave another masterclass in wearing head-to-toe sparkles by way of this glittery pantsuit. The look was styled with equally shimmery crystal-encrusted jewelry, and — surprisingly — flip-flops.

Versace Spring 2024

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Looking like the ’90s supermodels of yore, Hadid sashayed down the Versace runway in a cowl-neck chainmail dress reminiscent of the era. The pastel yellow and bow in her hair, however, gave the look a decidedly 1960s vibe.

Boss Spring 2024

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At Boss, Hadid rocked a pinstripe skirt suit with a top that featured a deep, deep neckline which showed off her bra. Power dressing just got an NSFW upgrade.

Versace Fall 2023

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Hadid was a vision in a structured Versace gown boasting a sheer bustier top and a low-slung skirt.

Prada Fall 2023

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Prada outfitted Hadid in a black sweater and grey skirt with floral appliqués, with a matching coat that needs to be in everyone’s fall wardrobe.

Givenchy Spring 2023

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The Canadian tuxedo got a contemporary refresh in this Givenchy ‘fit, thanks to overdrawn sleeves and cargo details.

Victoria Beckham Spring 2023

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The supermodel looked both elegant and sultry in this black blazer and trousers ensemble sans shirt.

Isabel Marant Spring 2023

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The Guest In Residence founder made a case for bulky camo dresses after stunning in this little number.

Vogue World

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At the Vogue World show, Hadid stepped out in one of the most polarizing early aughts trends: dresses over pants.

Versace Fall 2022

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Everything about this saucy scarlet look just works — the sheer, boned bodice, the blood-red latex tights and gloves, even the layered chokers. I give it a solid 10/10.

Coperni Fall 2022

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Before the Carrie Bradshaw-approved rosette trend made their comeback, the floral embellishments lined Hadid’s dainty powder pink dress at Coperni.

Ralph Lauren Fall 2022

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If you were waiting for a cue to buy a sleek black jumpsuit: here it is. If it has cut-outs across the torso like Hadid’s Ralph Lauren number, even better.

Fendi Fall 2020

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Fendi’s MFW show saw Hadid rocking a full leather ensemble in a yummy shade of caramel.

Moschino Spring 2020

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The Netflix host was every bit the whimsical bride in this oversized bow dress by Moschino.

Versace Fall 2019

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She turned heads in this strappy Versace number with gold chain details — proving that Hadid and Versace are a match made in fashion heaven.

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2018

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This Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid collab ensemble — featuring a crop tee and leather pants — made the supermodel look race-day-ready, F1 fan or not.

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2017

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Though she wore them in 2017, Hadid’s low-low leather pants look straight out of 2001.

Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2016

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If Princess Leia ruled Versailles sans uprisings, this is what her couture wardrobe would have looked like.

Desigual Fall 2014

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In 2014, Hadid made her fashion week debut for Desigual in an edgy all-black ensemble printed with a woman’s face.

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