Bella Hadid oozes 2000s vibes in a micro-pleated skirt and a candy-striped Comme Des Garcons cardigan
She was only a tot in the year 2000.
The IMG-repped model, 24, put on a wild display wearing a colorful striped Comme Des Garcons sweater and pleated skirt which looked like they were plucked straight from a Delia’s catalog.
Y2K cute: Bella Hadid went with turn of the millennium styles as she stepped out in New York on Saturday
Bella put her long legs front and center in the flirty micro-pleated skirt, which featured a denim later on top of a yellow print with Japanese-style fans and cherry blossoms.
Up top she donned a white baby tee with a pink, red and orange candy-striped cardigan.
Bella continued to keep things eclectic with her accessories, adding a taxi-cab checked hobo bag, tall boots and sunglasses.
Her hair was slicked back into a textured ponytail, which she tossed over one shoulder as she hopped into a waiting car.
Flashback: The IMG-repped model, 24, put on a wild display wearing a colorful striped Comme Des Garcons sweater and pleated skirt which looked like they were plucked straight from a Delia’s catalog
The cover girl was out after announcing her new role as Co-Founder, Partner and COO of Kin Euphorics, which produces a range of nonalcoholic adaptogenic drinks.
Bella said she found Kin while looking for a ‘holistic’ solution to ‘help with chronic exhaustion, depression and anxiety.’
‘Trying Kin for the first time was one of the most life changing moments for me’ she said of the beverage, which causes a mood-shifting effect courtesy of ingredients like GABA, a naturally occurring nootropic chemical that promotes relaxation, and tyrosine, a mood enhancer.
Because of its effects, Kin has become a go-to option for the alcohol-free set.
Drink of the future: The cover girl is now Co-Founder, Partner and COO of the adaptogenic beverage company Kin Euphorics, which encourages mood altering effects
But Bella assured people it wasn’t just for teetotalers.
‘It’s not just for sober people, ‘she told Vogue. ‘It’s also for the Wall Street businessmen. It’s for mothers who have to go to work all day and then take care of their kids all night.
‘It’s for people who don’t want to drink but still want to have something that makes them feel good without regret.’
‘I don’t socially drink nearly as much as I used to,’ she added. ‘You can either take one shot of whiskey to feel better for 20 minutes or you can drink Kin every day to feel better for a lifetime.’
Now the star is dedicating herself to the Kin mission, coming on board as an investor as well as a point person for ‘everything from branding to social initiatives to formulation.
The star is adding a personal element to the drink as well. Kin drinks will soon be infused with lavender from the Hadid’s family farm in Pennsylvania.
The drink is already finding its footing in hotspots like Soho House, Erewhon, Jean-Georges’s ABCV, and Harmons grocery stores 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 regret,’ she told Vogue of the buzzy beverage