Hailey Bieber Wears $1,070 White Fur Prada Slippers
Hailey Bieber’s high fashion style doesn’t stop at the red carpet.
Last week, skincare mogul Rhode was spotted in Los Angeles wearing a $1,070 pair of ecru Prada sheepskin slippers adorned with the brand’s signature triangle logo plaque.
Another nod to the model’s designer wardrobe were her Balenciaga shades and a minimalist Iris tote bag from The Row (which retails for $1,190), which she paired with a taupe bralette and flared leggings. ‘Aritzia, an acid washed anthracite leather jacket and small golden hoop earrings.
Bieber has been at the center of a handful of trends both on and off the runway, not to mention her role in the beauty world where she supercharged her “frozen donut” concept with her brilliant skincare regimen. and her coveted manicures.
Earlier this year, she walked the Met Gala red carpet in a Jerry Hall-inspired look – an Old Hollywood halter neck dress from Saint Laurent. She teamed the cream silk number with a stunning white feather duster, sparkly earrings and black stilettos.
While her ensemble was stunning in its elegance, it was Bieber’s shimmering pearly manicure that was the talk of the town.
Done by nail artist Zola Ganzorigt, the star’s iridescent almond-shaped tips quickly became a household name on the internet and became known among other stylish Bieber stars, including Vanessa Hudgens who has visited Ganzorigt for his own scintillating set.
In conversation with Gwyneth Paltrow during an episode of Bieber’s Intimate Who’s in my bathroom series, the 25-year-old entrepreneur shared the story behind his glazing philosophy, which the Goop founder hilariously believed was a sexual innuendo.
“I didn’t invent this concept,” Bieber explained. “It’s something that I think has always been in the skincare world. For me, it’s about the look, that glow, that shiny, shiny glow. I don’t want to go to bed at night unless I look like freshly glazed skin. Donut.”
“Where did your head go?” Bieber asked Paltrow, to which she replied, “First, does that mean, does that mean someone wants to like to lick your face?” she said before say she thought “glazed donut” sounded “sexual”.
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Following the launch of the first skincare line in June, Bieber also sat down with PEOPLE to share how the community has been the focus of the brand, noting it was “really cool and really amazing” as well as “flattering.” to see others looking at it. stylistic philosophy.
“We all want icy, dewy donut skin. Here’s exactly what I use for mine. And here’s how I like to achieve it. I really love the community feel. I’m learning so much from TikTok. I see what other people are using I’m like, “I want to try this.” And I think it’s actually just this big circle of support, we’re not all watchdogs – we share tips and tricks and hacks. And if people tend to gravitate towards mine more, then that’s amazing,” she shared.