Supermodel Gigi Hadid has thrown a Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears-themed birthday party in New York, and sister Bella Hadid really got into the dress code.
Yep, Gigi’s party — held at L’Avenue restaurant for her 24th birthday — was themed around the double-denim ensembles Spears and Timberlake wore to the 2001 American Music Awards.
Bella’s jean-us outfit included a low-cut denim-on-denim bustier, paired with an oversized denim shirt and jeans.
Gigi, who split from ex-boyfriend Zayn Malik in January, went for a ’90s take on the trend, wearing washed out jeans with rips at the knees, a cropped white singled with a denim jacket over the top, and a pair of Dr Martens.
The only one who didn’t seem to follow the dress code was Swift, who wore a blazer over a floral dress.
Also at the party were Bella and Gigi’s brother Anwar Hadid, Ashley Graham, Helena Christensen, Olivia Culpo, Victoria’s Secret model Martha Hunt, and designer Marc Jacobs.
Last month, Gigi opened up to Elle about her relationship with her younger sister.
“Bella and I have very different styles,” Hadid told the magazine.
“A job that wants Bella is not a job that I’m the right look for, so I never took that personally.
“In a lot of ways, she inspires me. We learn from each other.
“I feel very lucky to be able to have a piece of home in my work environment.
“We are each other’s biggest fans. It has been a huge joy of my life to watch my little sister flourish, and to help when I can!”
Meantime, Bella, who has previously been criticised for her thin frame and branded “disturbingly skinny”, opened up to News Corp Australia about how she handles social media pressure.
“For a long time, it (criticism) was really hard for me,” Bella said in November.
“I think every person here is so beautiful with different body types … it’s hard to see people trash any girl.
“I think that we were all born the way we were born and if I have a small booty, I’m sorry if it’s not as big as the next girl’s. It’s just the way that my body is.
“That’s what I keep trying to tell myself. There’s nothing I can change about it.”