“I’m going to show you how I take the coziest thing I can wear and make it look presentable to the fashion world,” says Gigi Hadid on set in a full Guest in Residence cashmere look for the latest installment of Vogue’s 7 Days, 7 Looks. The supermodel, mom, and designer/business owner breaks down how she masters comfort-first style for any occasion, be it backstage at Fashion Week or going out for a friend’s birthday party and just about everything in between.
Hadid jokingly tells us that a tie-dye knit and relaxed trousers are considered to be on the more formal side of her wardrobe. The model also admits she likes to wear the same things a lot; in fact, she styles a pair of vintage Prada boots with a majority of her looks and can always be found wearing lots of jewelry—she mixes styles from small brands like Susan Alexandra to fine jewelers like Jacquie Aiche, to name a few. And when Hadid’s not borrowing items from sister Bella’s wardrobe, like a pair of Chrome Hearts sunglasses, she always makes sure to add a funky element to her outfit to make her feel the most like herself. Below, Gigi Hadid shows you how to cozy-ify your wardrobe in seven different looks.
Monday: Everyday Gigi
Hadid’s everyday wardrobe foundation begins with a great pair of jeans and a T-shirt and then she “builds from there.” While deciding which sneakers and earrings to wear with her look, the supermodel calls out her current favorite pair of jeans from denim label Ética.
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Tuesday: Office Hours
“I just recently became a skirt person,” Hadid jokes, calling the maxi style from Magda Butrym “the new me.” The model’s secret to creating effortless looks is wearing simple fashion items under a cool statement piece like this floor-length leather duster.
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Wednesday: Model Off Duty
During fashion month, Hadid can’t let her outfits get in the way of her work. Her advice? Avoid wearing anything tight or uncomfortable—shoes included. A cargo pant, worn-in loafers, a sweater-vest, and, of course, a pair of sleek sunglasses is the supermodel-approved formula.
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Thursday: Winter Wonderland
The self-proclaimed “coziest person you know,” Hadid designed her own line of cashmere goodies, including this set of ski-inspired long underwear. She dresses it up with an assortment of It-girl essentials: sporty sunglasses, an underarm shoulder bag, and square-toe boots.
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Friday: Feeling Colorful
In an Amiri tie-dye knit and trousers and a pair of ankle boots from Alexander Wang, Hadid jokes that this is what she would consider to be “a little bit formal.”
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Saturday: Mom on Duty
For a day in the park or city with her daughter, Khai, Hadid opts for a pocket-heavy set from Reese Cooper—you never know when you’ll need a snack or sticker book! To amplify the cool-mom aesthetic, Hadid adds cozy essentials from her label, Guest in Residence, including funky striped socks and a scarf.
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Sunday: Going-Out Look
For a friend’s birthday party or an occasion that requires a look that’s “super fun,” Hadid opts for pieces from up-and-coming designer Jade Cropper. “I like to look sexy and cute but always need to be comfortable.”
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