Gigi Hadid skipped the pants while attending the Balmain x H&M fashion show held in New York on Tuesday. The bodacious blonde wore a sheer black oversized t-shirt for the occasion, and then teamed the piece with a leather jacket, a white bucket bag, and thigh-high suede boots from the collab line. Her black granny panties and a matching bralet were visible, no doubt, but with the long top and very tall boots, the Sports Illustrated model actually looked covered up the moment she posed for the photographers with BFF Kendall at the arrival area.
Gigi Hadid channels Pretty Woman while attending the Balmain x H&M fashion show in New York City on October 20, 2015
Speaking of Kendall, the brunette beauty was insanely gorgeous in a three-piece attire from the same collection. She complemented the getup with a gold choker necklace, a gold belt, and a pair of sexy ankle strap sandals. Compared to Gigi, the reality TV star looked more polished.
Kendall looks polished in a three-piece attire from the Balmain for H&M collection as she attends the show with best friend, Gigi
Between the two lovely young ladies, who do you think looks better in her Balmain x H&M outfit, Gigi or Kendall?
The pieces from this collab collection will hit the stores on November 5, so sit tight. Gigi’s thigh-high suede boots, for example, are from the line-up and will retail at about £200. In other words, be warned. While the items won’t be as expensive as Balmain’s high-fashion merchandise, they will still cost you a good amount of money.
Pieces from the Balmain x H&M collection
Now back to Gigi and Kendall, if you picked Kendall’s outfit instead of Gigi’s, you can already grab her sandals if you want ’em. They’re not from H&M. They’re actually from Francesco Russo.
Crafted from croc-effect leather and detailed with super slim 4-inch-tall heels, Kendall’s shoes are a lot like your usual ankle-strap sandals plus a whole lot more. They feature a flattering silhouette that is both unique yet timeless. Check ’em out below.
You can grab the sandals online. They retail at a ridiculously pricey $1450, so spending for them won’t be a joke. For the frugalistas, you can try these sandals from Calvin Klein instead: