Gigi Hadid Sports Headlines in Her ‘Newspaper’ Overalls at Jeremy Scott’s NYFW Show

Gigi Hadid hit the front row of Jeremey Scott’s spring ’20 show in head-to-toe headlines.

The supermodel sported baby blue overalls printed with newspaper clippings. Underneath the overalls, Hadid wore a cropped white T-shirt. She accessorized the look with four layered gold chains, small hoop earrings and an array of bulky metal rings. The star gave her look a very streetwear flair with a powder blue bucket hat.

Gigi Hadid, Jeremy Scott, NYFW, Newspaper, Spring 2020
Gigi Hadid in the front row of Jeremy Scott Spring 2020 show.

Gigi Hadid, Jeremy Scott, NYFW, Newspaper, Spring 2020
Gigi Hadid in the front row of the Jeremy Scott Spring 2020 show.
CREDIT: Splash News

On her feet, the model wore matching newspaper-themed boots, which appeared to be a part of the star’s overall jumpsuit. The round-toe shoes were finished with a short block heel and a platform sole.

Gigi Hadid and Irina Shayk in the front rowJeremy Scott show, Front Row, Spring Summer 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA - 06 Sep 2019
Gigi Hadid and Irina Shayk in the front row.
CREDIT: Swan Gallet/WWD/Shutterstock

The 24-year-old posed for photos with fellow model Irina Shayk. The 33-year-old wore a black blazer that was fitted around her waist with a black belt. The jacket was emblazoned with the design of a red heart stabbed by a knife. Beneath the blazer, Shayk wore a pair of silk red shorts that matched her red velvet clutch. She also wore a thin silver chain necklace and on-trend oversize hoop earrings.

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