Bella Hadid looked incredibly stylish as she stormed the runway at the Burberry show held at Central Hall Westminster during London Fashion Week on Friday.
The supermodel, 25, put on a chic display in a lilac trench coat featuring a red collar and panels as she strutted her stuff for a crowd of gawking onlookers.
Beneath, she cut a trendy navy knee-length dress featuring ruby polka dots above a matching pair of trousers and shiny black leather shoes.
Wow! Bella Hadid looked flawless in a lilac trench coat and a navy polka dot dress at the Burberry show during London Fashion Week on Friday
Her glossy chocolate locks had been tied into a sleek swept-back look and she certainly put on edgy display with a pair of bleach blonde eyebrows.
Earlier in the day, Yolanda’s daughter arrived at the swanky venue in a pink plaid jacket and coordinating trousers, while looking flawless in a white headscarf.
Flanked by a burly bodyguard, she accessorised her look with a pair of charcoal leather gloves while toting around her essentials in a matching handbag.
The Vogue cover star framed her face with a pair of bubblegum sunglasses and completed her look with a collection of pearl necklaces.
Emerging: Earlier in the day, Yolanda’s daughter arrived at the swanky venue in a pink plaid jacket and coordinating trousers
Looking good: Flanked by a burly bodyguard, she accessorised her look with a pair of charcoal leather gloves while toting around her essentials in a matching handbag
Bella recently joined her sister Gigi in donating her earnings from Fashion Week 2022 to Ukrainian relief.
She took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a series of snaps and said the invasion was ‘a very emotional and humbling experience for me’.
The supermodel siblings have been inspired by fellow catwalk beauty Mica Arganaraz, 29.
She wrote: ‘To watch my Ukrainian friends and colleagues working hard here in Europe, so close but so far from their families/friends/homes in Ukraine who are experiencing one of many brutal occupations and invasions happening right now in the world is a very emotional and humbling experience for me.
‘We rarely have control of our work schedules and this week has really shown me the strength and perseverance of the people around me who are going through pure terror.
Out of this world: The Vogue cover star framed her face with a pair of bubblegum sunglasses and completed her look with a collection of pearl necklaces
Sensational: Bella looked flawless while adding to her look with a white headscarf
‘To hear their stories and emotions first hand is devastating and I wholeheartedly stand with them in support. I stand along side every person that has been affected by this war and the innocent people who’s lives have been changed forever from the hands of “power.”‘
She then confirmed she will be donating her fee saying: ‘Taking after Mica and My amazing Sis, I will be donating all of my earnings from this Fashion Week directly to organizations that are providing help, refuge and medical aide to those in need on the ground in Ukraine, as well as continuing to support our Palestinian people and land.’
Bella had already shown her support for Mica’s donation initiative after she called on her colleagues in the industry to pledge the money they make from the shows to organisations offering assistance to the people of the war-torn country.
She said: ‘You said it @micaarganaraz. We have many Ukrainian friends, colleagues, models, production, casting and to see the lack of communication/knowledge about a war…so close is very very sad. It’s incredibly odd to be walking in fashion shows as our work, especially during a time like this.
Support: Bella recently joined her sister Gigi in donating her earnings from Fashion Week 2022 to Ukrainian relief
‘I compel the people of our industry to do their research and have open conversations about the hell that is happening next door.’
Gigi – whose father, Mohamed, is an Arab Palestinian – previously confirmed she is donating all of her earnings for Fashion Week to Ukraine and Palestine.
She wrote on Instagram: ‘Having a set Fashion Month schedule has meant that my colleagues and I often present new fashion collections during heartbreaking and traumatic times in history.
‘We don’t have control over most of our work schedules, but we would like to walk ‘for’ something.
‘Following in the footsteps of my friend @micarganaraz, I am pledging to donate my earnings from the Fall 2022 shows to aid those suffering from the war in Ukraine, as well as continuing to support those experiencing the same in Palestine. Our eyes and hearts must be open to all human injustice.’
In February, Mica announced: ‘I have to say it feels very weird walking fashion shows knowing there’s a war happening in the same continent.
‘I will be donating part of my earnings of this fashion week to help Ukrainian organisations.’
She urged: ‘To my model friends and colleagues and whoever is also struggling with this feeling, perhaps this is something we could all contribute to.’