“I can’t believe how nerve-racking that was,” she said after the show. “It’s really exciting to be on the creative side, as I don’t get to do that ever.”
And in case there was any doubt that she had played a key role, huge screens broadcast the backstage action of her final preparations while the models strutted their stuff on the runway.
Top takeaways from her styling expertise? Show some skin and wear your track top pulled low, exposing both your shoulders. We also loved the millennial pink top-to-toe look — sneakers and all.
With famous friend Jourdan Dunn cheerleading from the front row, new-gen models including Leomie Anderson, Rafferty Law (son of Jude Law and Sadie Frost) and Vivienne Westwood’s granddaughter Cora Corre walked the runway. But the lineup also featured street-cast faces and JD Sports customers looking to secure their big break.
“I wanted a really diverse cast that included different people that represent street style and culture,” said Baldwin. “What I love most about street-style fashion is that it’s accessible — it’s something that everyone can connect with.”
Speaking of which, the event was attended by JD customers, as well as fashion press and buyers.
“I wanted to create something that everyone could be a part of,” Baldwin said, “giving consumers the opportunity to sit on the front row and have the chance to walk in a show alongside well-known faces.”
As for Hailey’s own ensemble? Adidas sweatpants teamed with vertiginous heeled booties. Yes, she killed it.