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Bella Hadid is proving herself to be a style chameleon.

On May 10 (Tuesday), the supermodel and Kin Euphorics partner made two stylish appearances in New York City while accompanied by her boyfriend, art director Marc Kalman.

The couple was first spotted going on a casual ice cream date, with Hadid stepping out in a minimalistic black-and-white outfit composed of an ivory zip-up jacket, a black baby tee, an oat-colored knee-length skirt, and cream knee-high socks. She accentuated the look with eccentric accessories that captured her versatile style, including a pair of chunky black loafers, a camo shoulder bag with a chain strap, a voluminous hair scrunchie, and amber-tinted sunglasses.

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Kalman held his own next to his girlfriend, wearing a black hoodie, shorts, oxford Dr. Martens, silver necklaces, and a black cap.

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At night, the two changed into something a bit edgier.

Hadid stepped out in the outerwear street style trend du jour: a flashy leather racing jacket. Her iteration came in a bold yellow shade, which matched her bright top and bore motorsports company Yamaha’s logo across the front. She styled the look with black leather pants and black kitten heels with zipper details, and accessorized with a sparkling butterfly belt and a red shoulder bag.

Kalman also went for a leather jacket, which he layered over a black T-shirt. He additionally wore brown shorts, Nike socks, and the same shoes he opted for earlier in the day.

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Hadid previously told WSJ. Magazine that she hasn’t worked with a full-time stylist in two years.

“In the last year, it was really important for me to learn that even if people talk about my style or if they like it or if they don’t, it doesn’t matter, because it’s my style,” she said at the time.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.