Gigi Hadid and her sister Bella Hadid have starred in H&M x Moschino’s runway show. 

In April, it was announced that Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott was collaborating with designers at the Swedish high street retailer on a limited-edition range.

And on Wednesday night (24Oct18), Jeremy unveiled the full collection with a spectacle held at Pier 36 in New York City, with Paris Jackson, Diplo, Bebe Rexha and Frances Bean Cobain among the guests.

Speaking about the line, Jeremy described it as a love letter for his long-time fans.

“When I go on social media after our shows, or even run into people on the street, I see how Moschino’s designs connect with people on such a visceral level, even if they’re not able to buy all of them,” he told “So, I wanted to give the fans a gift back to them, for all the love they’ve given to me, you know? To pair with H&M means to be able to give more people access to the clothes they love, without prohibiting them from paying their rent. That’s a big, important element that I feel like I’ve been missing.”

Regarding the catwalk, Gigi opened the show in a streetwear-inspired ensemble comprised of a black hoodie, gold sequin jacket, thigh-high boots and large gold earrings shaped like peace symbols.

Stella Maxwell sported a pair of gold lame trousers, black cardigan, and heavy gold chains, while Taylor Hill wore a gold bikini and boots along with a black quilted jacket and leopard print faux fur scarf.

Bella rocked the runway in a very tight black minidress with gold detailing and matching boots which were embellished with Moschino charms, and Candice Swanepoel made a splash in a bright pink faux fur coat and complementary lace-up boots.

Other covetable pieces included coats printed with CD motifs, grey tracksuits with the Moschino logo emblazoned in red, and baseball shirts featuring Disney characters.

In addition, models including fashion veteran Naomi Campbell, Winnie Harlow, Joan Smalls, Isabeli Fontana, and Gigi and Bella’s brother Anwar Hadid appeared in the show too.

H&M x Moschino garments will be available to purchase online and in select stores worldwide from 8 November.


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Image Gigi Hadid at Moschino x H&M show © Ivan Nikolov/


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