In high fashion, trends are often set by the bold and daring. Last night’s Victoria’s Secret show, aptly named “World Tour,” held in the bustling heart of New York City, was no exception. The event was graced by many A-list celebrities, Naomi Campbell, Priyanka Chopra-Jonas and Leela Moss and was a spectacle of gorgeous fashion.
However, what shined and stood out were the unexpected shoe choices of two iconic new-generation fashion figures, Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski, who truly challenged the norm and made news.
Her stage name, Gigi Hadid, is better known as Jelena Nora Hadid. Gigi is a television personality and model originally from America. She debuted her modeling career in November 2014 and was ranked among the top 50 models on Models.com. Gigi Hadid was born on 23rd April 1995 in Los Angeles, California. Gigi has two younger siblings, Bella Hadid and Anwar Hadid, who both work as models.
For high school, she studied at Malibu High School, and later, she moved to New York and joined a new school to study criminal psychology but then changed her focus to a modeling career.
The Arrival of New-Gen It-Girls: Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski
The fashion world has always stuck to its specific rules and guidelines. However, recent trends in footwear by Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski at the Victoria’s Secret Show broke these rules, leading to more interesting fashion moments.
Their bold choices not only encouraged a wide group of fashion lovers to explore unconventional footwear but also proved that such choices can make a huge difference in an outfit.
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Gigi Hadid and Her Fashion Evolution:
Gigi began her career as a child model for Guess at the age of two. Later, he stopped it to focus on studies. In 2011, she returned to modeling and in 2012, was named as the face model of the Guess campaign.
Gigi got her breakthrough in 2013 when she signed for IMG Models. She made her New York Fashion Week debut in February 2014 and walked for Desigual. In 2014, she was featured in her first music video, featuring Bord and artist Cody Simpson. In 2014, she was the cover page of Gallo magazine.
In 2015, she was announced as the brand ambassador of two brands ‘Seafolly’ which was an Australian fashion swimwear and ‘Maybelline’. 2015, he also featured in Taylor Swift’s song ‘Bad Blood’. In the Hindi year 2023, she co-hosted the season 2 of the fashion reality show ‘Next in Fashion’.
A vibrant statement: Gigi’s bold yellow midi-dress
Gigi Hadid’s appearance at Manhattan Center in a yellow midi-dress from Ferragamo’s Fall 2023 collection was flattering. From the 49th look in the collection, this dress comes with a bold high thigh slit.
Her entire look and a black leather clutch from Ferragamo sparkled at the event. However, what really surprised and excited news was the unorthodox choice of black court heels with an artfully flipped heel.
Gigi’s selection of this particular inverted court heel made a significant statement, showcasing her ability to defy the rules of fashion while flaunting effortless style. These shoes defy traditional footwear expectations, adding an unexpected and intriguing element to her overall outfit.
Emily’s bold fashion choice: the all-black leather look
Emily Ratajkowski, a prominent figure in the fashion world, has bravely followed a recent shoe trend that has taken TikTokers and Vogue editors by storm.
Her evening wear consisted of a sleek black leather ensemble, cropped sleeveless top and high-waisted flared trousers. Again, what makes her outfit unique is her choice of footwear. She wore an attractive pair of black patent leather platform heels.
Ratajkowski’s outrageous selection of platform heels defied traditional fashion rules, elevating her outfit both figuratively and literally. These massive platforms made a bold statement and emphasized her confidence in pushing the expected boundaries of style.
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