Bella Hadid is a true red-carpet chameleon.
Last night, the supermodel wore a vibrant, surprising spin on her usual vintage-inspired style while attending the grand opening of Stanton Social Prime at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas alongside her Kin Euphorics co-founder, Jen Batchelor. For the occasion, the star wore a fiery red drop-waist dress, which featured a boatneck neckline, asymmetrical bell sleeves, and a square silver belt buckle
She paired the gown with strappy black sandals that laced around her ankles multiple times, skipping the jewelry except for one ring. As for her glam, the star wore her hair down in crimped curls with an intense smokey eye, contoured cheeks, and a red manicure that matched the dress's bold hue.
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Since she joined the non-alcoholic beverage brand in September 2021, Hadid has been open about her decision to cut down on drinking. "I don't socially drink nearly as much as I used to," the model said in an interview at the time. "You can either take one shot of whiskey to feel better for 20 minutes or you can drink Kin every day to feel better for a lifetime."
The entrepreneur recently spoke with BAZAAR.com about her wellness routine. Her advice for anyone who is looking to decrease their alcohol consumption or eat healthier is to "take it day by day."
"It's important to not label yourself or cut yourself off," she said. "When I stopped drinking a couple months ago, I tried to see how long I could go without drinking. I put a label of six months or a year on my effort. I realized, I just wake up every morning and take it moment by moment. I realized I could have a glass of champagne tonight if I wanted to. I took one sip and immediately looked at my boyfriend. I immediately knew that it didn't make me feel better. I don't really care about that glass of champagne, and it didn't help me at all. It helped my anxiety in so many ways to realize I didn't want the drink—not telling myself I couldn't have it."
Quinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance writer who covers culture, politics, and mental health through a Black feminist lens. When she isn’t writing or checking Twitter, she’s probably watching the latest K-drama or giving a concert performance in her car.