Watch How Professionally Bella Hadid Handles Her Mistakes During Fashion Shows
Isabella Khair Hadid, an American model, joined the fray in 2014 after signing with IMG Models. She was chosen by the industry as the winner of the Model of the Year 2016 awards, which were featured on Model.com in December 2016.
Isabella Khair Hadid, the daughter of former model Yolanda Hadid and real estate developer Mohamed Hadid, was born in Washington, DC, and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her mother is an American of Dutch descent, while her father is an American of Palestinian descent. Her siblings are Gigi, an older sister and fellow model, and Anwar, a younger brother. She is related to Marielle and Alana, her father’s older half-sisters.
Initially, for eleven years, Hadid and her brothers grew up in Santa Barbara, California on a ranch. The teenage Hadid competed in equestrian competitions and aspired to make it to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, but was forced to quit in 2013 due to her severe Lyme disease. She suffered from persistent Lyme disease, but it was not revealed until October 2015. Along with her mother and brother, she was diagnosed with a chronic condition in 2012.
When Bella Hadid collapsed in the middle of the runway at the Michael Kors fashion show yesterday, it was reminiscent of a Carrie Bradshaw runway scene. But the model responded with a light-hearted tweet, denying she was “a fashion killer”. Hadid bounced back from her fall as best she could after tripping in stilettos on a track and appeared to be unscathed. And based on that humorous dismissal, it seems like she’s also lacking in emotions. She posted an Instagram video showing her going around the podium before falling, and we can all see what happens from there. Along with thanking the clothing company, she writes:
Hadid’s reaction to her fall was remarkably that of Carrie Bradshaw. Bradshaw says to himself during the imaginary accident of Sex and the City: “I had a choice; I could sneak off the track and let my inner model die of shame. “Alternatively, I could start over, warts and all. That’s exactly what I did. Because real people always pick themselves up after falling in life and keep moving forward.
They’re tweeting about it now because, well, it’s 2016, after all.
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