Bella Hadid Channels 2000s Chic In Patchwork Skirt And Slinky Tank Top As She Runs Across NYC

Bella Hadid Channels 2000s Chic In Patchwork Skirt And Slinky Tank Top As She Runs Across NYC


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She is one of the favorite faces of the fashion world.

And Bella Hadid showed off her cutting-edge style while strolling through New York’s Tribeca neighborhood on Wednesday.

The IMG-repped stunner, 24, embraced an eclectic mid-2000s ensemble, donning a patchwork midi skirt with a frayed hem and leather details.

Flashback: Bella Hadid looked chic in a mid-2000s inspired ensemble while at Tribeca on Wednesday

Flashback: Bella Hadid looked chic in a mid-2000s inspired ensemble while at Tribeca on Wednesday

Going for earthy tones, Bella paired faded blues and greens with a camel spaghetti strap tank top that expertly emphasized her cleavage with a subtle empire waist.

Continuing the retro silhouette, she donned slouchy black boots that came just below the knee.

The star had her dark brown hair down, tousled with a natural texture while keeping her face a makeup-free glow.

Going for boho vibes, Bella piled on beaded bracelets and hippie-chic necklaces. Rectangular sunglasses and hoop earrings tied the whole look together.

In her hand, Bella carried a can of Kin Euphorics, with whom she announced her new partnership today.

Midi Moment: Embracing an eclectic look, the IMG-repped stunner, 24, slipped on a patchwork midi skirt with a frayed hem and leather details

Midi Moment: Embracing an eclectic look, the IMG-repped stunner, 24, slipped on a patchwork midi skirt with a frayed hem and leather details

Pretty neutrals: Bella went for earthy tones and paired faded blues and greens with a camel tank top with spaghetti straps that expertly highlighted her cleavage

Pretty neutrals: Bella went for earthy tones and paired faded blues and greens with a camel tank top with spaghetti straps that expertly highlighted her cleavage

Midi Moment: Embracing an eclectic look, the IMG-repped stunner, 24, slipped on a patchwork midi skirt with a frayed hem and leather details

Stunner: The star had her brunette hair down, tousled with natural texture while keeping her face a makeup-free glow

Stunner: The star had her brunette hair down, tousled with natural texture while keeping her face a makeup-free glow

Stunner: The star had her brunette hair down, tousled with natural texture while keeping her face a makeup-free glow

On Instagram, the cover girl explained who she decided to come on board as a co-founder, partner and COO of the beverage company, which produces a range of non-alcoholic adaptogenic drinks.

Bella said she found Kin while looking for a “holistic” solution to “help with chronic exhaustion, depression and anxiety.”

“Trying chin for the first time was one of the most life-changing moments for me,” she said of the drink, which produces a mood-altering effect thanks to ingredients like GABA, a naturally occurring nootropic chemical that promotes relaxation, and tyrosine, a mood enhancer.

Because of the effects Kin has become a go-to option for the alcohol-free set.

But Bella assured people it wasn’t just for abstainers.

Sip: In her hand, Bella carried a can of Kin Euphorics, with whom she just announced her new partnership today

Sip: In her hand, Bella carried a can of Kin Euphorics, with whom she just announced her new partnership today

Nice sipping: In her hand, Bella carried a can of Kin Euphorics, with whom she just announced her new partnership with today

Drink of the future: The cover girl is now co-founder, partner and COO of the adaptogenic drink company, which promotes mood-altering effects

Drink of the future: The cover girl is now co-founder, partner and COO of the adaptogenic drinks company, which promotes mood-altering effects

Drink of the future: The cover girl is now co-founder, partner and COO of the adaptogenic drink company, which promotes mood-altering effects

“It’s not just for sober people,” she said Fashion. “It’s also for Wall Street businessmen. It is for mothers who have to work all day and then take care of their children all night.

“It’s for people who don’t want to drink, but still want to have something that makes them feel good with no regrets.”

“I don’t drink as much socially as I used to,” she added. “You can either have one shot of whiskey to feel better for 20 minutes, or you can drink Kin every day to feel better for a lifetime.”

Now devoting herself to the Kin mission, the star comes on board as an investor and point of contact for “everything from branding to social initiatives to formulation.”

The star also adds a personal element to the drink. Kin potions will soon be infused with lavender from Hadid’s family ranch in Pennsylvania.

The drink is already finding a foothold in hot spots such as Soho House, Erewhon, Jean-Georges’s ABCV and Harmons supermarkets in Utah and is available online.

Kindred: “It’s for people who don’t want to drink, but still want to have something that makes them feel good without regrets,” she told Vogue about the bubbly drink

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