Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid are currently in New York City, where they decided to check out The Metropolitan Museum of Art this week.
The models were photographed ascending the famous Met steps together, presumably for an afternoon of culture. For the occasion, Jenner wore a long camel coat, an off-white turtleneck, black pants, and Nike trainers. She accessorized her outfit with Vehla Eyewear’s Dixie sunglasses and Missoma’s ovate hoop earrings. She carried By Far’s black patent leather Eve bag.
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Meanwhile, Hadid wore pinstripe pants, a fur-lined jacket, and a grey cardigan. Both models wore face masks throughout the outing.
Later in the day, Jenner changed into an all-black look by The Row, sharing photos of the chic outfit on Instagram.
Hadid’s outing follows several at-home photo shoots, as the model adjusted to remote working during the pandemic. Earlier this year, she posed fully nude for Jacquemus and later modelled a backless Bottega Veneta dress for an at-home shoot.
However, it was the model’s recent shoot for Chrome Hearts that was perhaps her most-revealing. Wearing bright red, patent-leather boots; nude underwear; and a fiery wig, Hadid celebrated the fact that her collaboration with Chrome Hearts sold out in just five minutes.
Revealing why she’d designed the collection during quarantine, Hadid wrote, “I was devastated thinking about children not eating lunch school or parents not being able to provide for their families, the way they would like to, and deserve to. With them in mind, I decided to sit every day for a few months to personally tie-die these shirts, just for you, in hopes that I could eventually sell them for @feedingamerica.”
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.