Want to get your daily dose of hotness? Head over to supermodel Gigi Hadid’s Instagram account and, well, you are covered. The model has often been in the news for on and off relationship with singer Zayn Malik and the recent speculations say the two finally called it quits, albeit they remain good friends. Coming back to Gigi Hadid’s Instagram antics, her latest posts sees the model draped in a super-short and sheer dress, which instantly leaves a very little for your imagination. (Also read - Gigi Hadid Takes Instagrammers’ Help To Find Photographer Of An Editorial Image With Her In It As A Kid And The Outcome Is Amazing)
In the picture, Gigi could be seen posing with elegance and she was sporting a multi-patterned Burberry sheer and a short dress that came several splits. Gigi completed her look with stilettos of a similar design and a neatly done hairdo. However, it was Gigi Hadid’s super sizzling curves and that perfectly tanned and toned body that will grab your instant attention. Needless to say, she looked super hot and sassy at the same time. Check out Gigi Hadid’s latest post below:
Earlier, Gigi Hadid showed off her curves during lingerie brand SavageX’s, which belongs to Rihanna, the first event at the New York Fashion Week. The video sees Hadid walking with utmost confidence as was draped in a black number. “Stepping into @badgalriri’s @savagexfenty world is a celebration of every body, story, style, and personality, and I am so happy that millions of humans get to watch this show and know that they are beautiful for everything they encompass. Being a part of this opening section was an honor. THANK YOU RIH, we bow down,” read her caption. (Also read - Gigi Hadid Clad In Black Lingerie Leaves Very Little To Imagination In A Lacy Design From Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Line)
Check out the clip below:
Sweating already, aren’t you?
image source: instagram/gigihadid
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