30.8 C
Skopje, NM

The Best Fashion Instagrams of Week: Bella Hadid, Lizzo, Dua Lipa, and More

It’s truly been the week of the mirror selfie. Fashion folks on Instagram have been showing off their #OOTDs in the classic way. SZA gave her mirror some steamy gaze while wearing the It swim suit of summer: a strappy and saucy Louisa Ballou one-piece that was fastened with large O rings. Model Adut Akech also made us long for hot weather while wearing a silk headscarf, yellow bra top, and cut-off denim shorts. (A bit of polish came with a blue blazer.) And finally, someone enjoying their reflection and look was Kim Kardashian West. She took one of her signature closet selfies while wearing a leather romper and grey cuissardes. We’ll keep our eyes peeled on the paparazzi photos to see where KKW wore the head-turning look. 

Naomi Osaka with her sister Mari ventured outdoors in New York this week. The tennis champion strut around Dumbo, Brooklyn wearing a hoodie with Tupac Shakur’s face emblazoned on it. Someone who really went out into nature was Bella Hadid. The model nestled up to her horse in a plain tank and tan flares. For a dress up moment, Dua Lipa showed off a glitzy, body-skimming dress for her cameo on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Finally, let’s leave this week off with a message from Lizzo. The musician posted a glowing selfie of herself wearing a tie-dye T-shirt with the caption: “I’d wish that everyone would stop politicizing the earth…like bro…what does that say about us when forest fires and clean air are a bipartisan debate.” A message that never goes out of style.

Related posts

Chanel stages Métiers d’art 2020 show in the most incredible French castle


David Beckham dons fashion’s most controversial combination for Victoria’s LFW show

Lea Musliju

Meghan Markle’s endorses Victoria Beckham for the second time in 48 hours

Lea Musliju

Milan Fashion Week SS21 Street Style: In Pictures

Lea Musliju

On the Streets of London, An Ode to the Classic, Edgy Combat Boot


CFDA Fashion Awards 2020: ‘Most diverse’ winners in event’s 39-year history


This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More