Bella Hadid and sister Gigi take to catwalk for Missoni’s Milan Fashion Week Show 

Bella Hadid and sister Gigi rule the runway in plunging patchwork ensembles while Irina Shayk stuns in muted tones for Missoni’s Milan Fashion Week Show


Sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid and supermodel Irina Shayk continued their Milan Fashion Week reign as they hit the catwalk for Missoni Fall/ Winter 2020-2021 showcase on Saturday. 

Bella, 23, teased a hint of cleavage as she strutted down the catwalk in a plunging purple, blue and gold glitter jumpsuit. 

Gigi, 24, wore a long patchwork patterned robe, while Irina, 34, stunned in a more muted brown ensemble complete with white PVC knee-high boots. 

Bella went braless in the collared jumpsuit which plunged down to her naval and clung to her lithe frame. 

The fashion maven strutted down the catwalk in burgundy heels and showed off a pair of burnt orange evening gloves from the collection. 

Bella documented her flurry of catwalks on Thursday on Instagram.

Quriky: Gigi, 24, wore a long patchwork patterned robe

Quriky: Gigi, 24, wore a long patchwork patterned robe

Her day started in the morning by hitting the runway for the Max Mara show that showcased it Fall/Winter 2020-2021 collection.

There was also a number of interluding clips showing her getting fitted for various ensembles or taking a quick food break.

From the Max Mara show, Hadid made her way to the Fendi show. 

The fashion flurry was capped off by strutting her stuff at Moschino Fall 2020 show.

Bella shared the runway with a number of other in-demand models that included sister Gigi and Kaia Gerber. 

Earlier this month, Gigi spoke about her body image with Teen Vogue, saying: ‘At the time I was still starting out in my career, I was coming out of high school, I still had my volleyball body. 

‘It was a body that I loved. I knew how hard I worked to have those muscles, to be curved in those places — I kind of miss it now. At the time, people were hard on me and tried to say that I didn’t have a runway body…

‘There were still stylists or designers at that time who were putting me in their shows, but putting me something that really covered my body…

‘For him to make me feel like he wanted me to shine in that way, it really meant a lot to me as a young model. And I know that he has done that for a lot of people.’