Gigi, Bella and Anwar Hadid Slay the Runway Once Again

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The model siblings strutted down the runway at the H&M x Moschino show in New York City.

Hello, Hadids!

Supermodel siblings Gigi, Bella and Anwar strutted down the runway at the Moschino x H&M show in New York City on Wednesday evening. Inspired by the throwback MTV era immersed in pop and hip hop culture, the Pier 36 venue was decked out with flashy screens and billboards that added to the over-the-top, opulent streetwear collection. 

"The MOSCHINO [tv] H&M collection is a gift to my fans and I wanted to give them the most MOSCHINO collection ever," Scott said in a press release. "I tried to include all the ingredients you would expect from one of my shows - cartoon couture mixed with a street wear vibe doused with hip hop worthy amounts of bling bling to create a totally MOSCHINO look." 

The last time the fashion-forward fam was on the same catwalk was during the Prabal Gurung spring/summer 2019 show during New York Fashion Week in September. 

Gigi, 23, opened the show with a bang in a glittery gold puffer coat, embellished black hoodie dress, oversized peace symbol earrings and quilted thigh-high boots. 

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Bella, 22, channeled '90s vixen in a zip-up bustier leather dress, voluminous tousled tresses and the same thigh-boots her sister donned. 

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Anwar, 19, also rocked leather via a chained moto jacket, matching pants, combat boots and choker. 

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Mama Yolanda proudly watched her kids rule the runway, looking chic in a blue coat, trouser and transparent sunglasses. 

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Legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell shut it down as she closed the show in a glitzy silver mini and her signature straight, long locks. 

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The statement-making range is set to launch on Nov. 8, allowing fans of Moschino and the brand's creative director, Jeremy Scott, to score the designer pieces at budget-friendly prices. 

“I wanted it to be full on, and to take advantage of H&M’s abilities, which to make amazingly priced clothes that are still really well made and make it accessible globally,” Scott told WWD. “That’s the most exciting element, that [the collection is in], I don’t even know how many stores all over the world in places that I nor Moschino have never even sold before.”

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