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Bella Hadid In Marcelo Burlon County of Milan & Topshop out in Paris

Paris has not changed Bella Hadid’s street-style M.O., as she has continued to favour looks that walk the line between sporty and funky—of course, always with a nod towards her distinct brand of off-duty sexiness.

Sunday (July 2): Taking menswear plaid and turning it on its head, Bella put her own mark on this Marcelo Burlon County of Milan Fall 2017 blue denim, long-sleeve shirt and matching cropped high-rise pants by styling it with a shrunken, midriff tee—out of which her black bra conveniently peeked. The slit detailing on the shirt’s arms almost created the illusion of a cape effect for a slightly dramatic edge, dressed up more with her Dior bag and mule heels.

Monday (July 3): Plaid also took top billing here, as she tied up her yellow-and-white patterned shirt and paired it with a lace-up Topshop denim skirt for a distinctly western-inspired, Parisian cowgirl mood—with a mod flair, of course, given the Stuart Weitzman white booties and Roberi & Fraud retro-influenced white sunglasses.

Are you mad for her Parisian plaid?

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Lady Gaga In 3.1 Phillip Lim & Marcelo Burlon County of Milan – Out In New York City

Ever the style chameleon, Lady Gaga was seen changing her fashion stripes while out and about in New York City over the weekend on Sunday (May 14).

Look 1: While in Midtown, Lady Gaga strapped into a traffic-stopping 3.1 Phillip Lim Pre-Fall 2017 outfit that I’d like to think she molded into her version of urban cowgirl, what with the belt and Gladys Tamez custom hat. Of course, glitzy Roberto Cavalli shades along with Jennifer Fisher pipe earrings and an Erickson Beamon choker made it Gaga glam. But, I still couldn’t find a lot of affection for the striped sections of her yoga-style pants.

Look 2: With the same hat and shades in play, she quick-changed into a Marcelo Burlon County of Milan Fall 2017 rose-embroidered top paired with a form-fitting skirt that was actually a dress worn halfway up for a bit of signature Gaga edge. Despite its quirks, I love how this ladylike-rebel look came together with studded Sergio Rossi ‘SR1’ booties rounding out the ensemble.

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