What did you do on Tuesday night? We’re willing to bet it probably didn’t involve a red carpet and a Dior gown. When you’re Bella Hadid, though, glamming it up mid-week in a fabulous frock is just business as usual.
At a party celebrating the release of Dior’s new beauty book, The Art of Color — which looks at the creative processes of Dior makeup artists Peter Philips, Serge Lutens and Tyen — the stunning model turned heads in a nude dress from the brand’s spring 2017 ready-to-wear collection.
The sheer-and-polka-dot tulle gown is part of the first collection designed by Dior’s new creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri — the first woman to ever lead the brand.
Beneath the gown, Bella wore high-waisted Dior underwear and a sporty, matching bra — replicating the outfit that went down the runway at Paris Fashion Week less than one month ago.
Bella is no stranger to the House of Dior. The 20-year-old was named the face of Dior Makeup in May, becoming an ambassador for the brand and appearing in beauty vlogs with Dior’s makeup creative director, Peter Phillips.
“So beyond excited to announce that I am the new ambassador and face for Dior Makeup!!!” she wrote in an Instagram post announcing the news. “What a dream come true.”