Bella Hadid On Her London Fashion Week Debut At Topshop

Bella Hadid On Her London Fashion Week Debut At Topshop

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by Grazia |

Bella Hadid made her London Fashion Week debut today, walking at Topshop. The Hadids and the high street giant go way back, as Bella's sister Gigi fronted their latest denim campaign. But this season it was Bella's turn to hit the runway walking with the likes of Sam Rollinson and Binx Walton.

Bella said: "This is my first London Fashion Week. They are like family, I went to the Met Gala with Phillip and Topshop."

Bella has had quite the season walking at Tommy Hilfiger, Jeremy Scott, Marc Jacobs and DVF. Bella said to Grazia Daily of her season: 'It's been exhausting, but it's been really good. Caffeine is keeping me going, and trying to sleep but it's hard. Trying to sleep on planes so when I get to the place I go I'm less tired, but then I want to sleep more.'

Apart from Topshop, Bella has had the same fashion week schedule as her sister Gigi. She said of walking in the same shows as her friends Kendall Jenner, Hayley Baldwin and Gigi: 'It's fun, it's work so we go and leave seperately, but it's nice being with people I love and it's definitely comforting."

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Bella was delayed arriving in London due to a minor incident on their plane. The model and Bella Thorne were left waiting in JFK airport after their plane to Heathrow collided with a fence while taking off, which clipped and damaged the wing, grounding the plane.

So which has been her favourite show so far? 'Such a mean question! But the setting of Tommy was amazing and Jeremy was so fun to just be there. All the shows I've walked in have been pretty great.'

So will Gigi be coming to London Fashion Week? Bella gave nothing away, shrugging 'I don't know.' So that's not a no...

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