Hailey Bieber was in fashion intern mode on the streets of NYC this past weekend—delivering some take-out coffee in SoHo, presumably two almond milk cappuccinos and an iced skim latte from the looks of her cardboard holder. If that fashion intern happened to borrow the standout Bottega Veneta coat of the season from the closet while no one was looking.
The notable floor-length buttercup-yellow shearling with fringe at the bottom has graced many fall magazine pages—most notably on Rihanna twirling that fringe on the cover of Harper’s BAZAAR US‘ September issue. On the original runway, the coat was styled two ways: with tan oversized trousers and a coordinating camel button-down, as well as with a sleek ribbed cream-colored dress and over-the-knee white boots. For her street style turn, Bieber took a far more laid-back approach for a Saturday afternoon look.
The model donned her signature oversized baggy jeans and white leather sneakers, adding a coordinating cropped yellow sweater. Though one might consider the bold sweeping coat the pièce de résistanceof the ensemble, it could be argued that her Coors Light hat was also a notable standout. Who knew Bieber was a beer girl? We’ve never witnessed such a creative approach to monochromatic yellow.
Lest you think investment pieces like a shearling coat straight off the runways of Milan need to be worn with a serious fashion disposition, the former Baldwin proves making it your own is the chicest way to wear anything from a baseball hat to a nearly $10K topper.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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