Bella Hadid kept herself busy during quarantine. The part-Palestinian model shot a campaign for Jacquemus, an editorial for Vogue Italia (both via FaceTime) and now it’s been revealed, she also designed an entire clothing collection.
With all proceeds of her debut collection going to organisations supporting the Black community (such as Know Your Rights Camp, Feeding America as well as more local ones) it cements Hadid’s stance as an outspoken activist who is taking real action.
The collection, which was made during quarantine in collaboration with Chrome Hearts—a brand that has long-been tied to Hadid—means a lot to the supermodel, who regularly speaks out about Palestinian rights and Trump’s racist policies. “Making these pieces meant and means so much to me and and I’m grateful to @laurielynnstark, @richardstarkchromehearts and @mattyboy90 for allowing me to send the profits to where they are most needed”, she stated on an announcement post on Instagram.
We can’t wait to get our hands on the pieces!