Bella Hadid wows in quirky combat trousers and a fur-trimmed top as she heads to the Ritz Hotel in Paris
She is known for her quirky fashion choices.
And Bella Hadid pulled off another showstopping look wearing a pair of combat trousers and a brown knitted top with a yellow fur trim on Saturday evening.
The model, 24, looked picture perfect as she hit the streets of Paris on her way to the upmarket Ritz Hotel.
Quirky: Bella Hadid, 24, pulled off another showstopping look wearing a pair of combat trousers and a brown knitted top with a yellow fur trim on Saturday evening
Bella showed off her impressive modelling skills as she strutted her stuff in the dark green trousers which had several pockets and buckles on the sides.
She paired it with a brown knitted asymmetric top, with one long sleeve and a fur yellow trim around the neckline.
Appearing to adopt a butterfly theme, Bella added a loose silver belt around her waist and bright green open-toe heels.
She styled her hair in a half-up hair-do and carried a small bag over her shoulder.
Fashionable: Bella paired her leather combat trousers with a brown knitted asymmetric top, with one long sleeve and a fur yellow trim around the neck line
The brunette beauty shared a clip of herself in the back of a car with her friend and later shared a close up of her butterfly heels for her 43.6million followers.
It comes as Bella and her sister Gigi, whose father Mohamed is a Palestinian born in Nazareth, waded controversially into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict last month.
Bella was accused of antisemitism after posting cartoons denouncing Israel, which she has since deleted from her Instagram.
The post, which Gigi liked, argued that Israel was ‘not a country’ and accused the Jewish State of ‘ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid.’
Bella preempted allegations of bigotry by posting a clip of Bernie Sanders arguing: ‘It is not anti-Semitic to be critical of a right-wing government in Israel.’
Paris nights: The brunette beauty shared a clip of herself in the back of a car with her friend
‘Hate from either side is not okay – I do not condone it!!’ wrote Bella. ‘I will not stand to hear people talk badly about Jewish people through all of this.’
Gigi also wrote on her Instagram: ‘One cannot advocate for racial equality, LGBT & women’s rights, condemn corrupt and abusive regimes and other injustices yet choose to ignore the Palestinian oppression. It does not add up. You cannot pick and choose whose human rights matter more.’
Bella also found herself in hot water when she went Live on Instagram from a pro-Palestinian protest in New York City.
She filmed herself chanting the popular Palestinian slogan: ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!’ along with other protestors.
The State Of Israel directly condemned her on its official Twitter account writing: ‘When celebrities like @BellaHadid advocate for throwing Jews into the sea, they are advocating for the elimination of the Jewish State.’
Behind the scene: Bella later shared a close up of her butterfly heels for her 43.6million followers