Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid strutted to a swanky soiree in Paris on Wednedsay night and there really is so much to unpack here – because everything about this scene is awesome.
Dressed to the nines in their fancy couture, the models, who are in town for the citys fashion week, each toted wine glasses, held steadily as they headed to the American Embassy for a private party.
Not wanting to neck their drinks before leaving – who has the energy for that these days – the women decided to simply tote their chosen libations and sip on the way.
The two colour coordinated, as well (seriously, we cant with these two) as bella wore a peachy knee-length dress, and Kendall opted for an asymmetrical, floor-length gown.
All eyes were on the supermodel pair, as they normally are, with bellboys fixing their gaze on the two as they exited their hotel.
Kendall managed to fit in three separate outfit changes during the day – with this glass-totin number her piece de resistance.
Earlier in the day she was sporting a canary yellow power suit as she ran around to meetings in the French capital.
Following that, she colour-blocked in an all-white ensemble, or, as normal people call it, a mini-dress, as she picked up some blooms.
Still, she was teaming the should-be-simple look with a pair of stilettos.
Because we always wear stilts when picking up a bunch of flowers at the market. Always.
Kendall has had a more pared back fashion month, so far, choosing not to walk in any New York shows, and only walking in a couple others in London and Milan.
It comes after she told LOVE magazine in August she was on the verge of a mental breakdown which made her take stock of what she could do.
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She said: Since the beginning weve been super selective about what shows I would do.
I was never one of those girls who would do like 30 shows a season or whatever the f**k those girls do. More power to em.
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