Bella Hadid Kicks Off Spooky Season With Sultry Selfies

“The most beautiful woman in the world,” commented one IG follower.

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Bella Hadid is bringing out her inner vampiress. Just in time for spooky season, the Victoria’s Secret supermodel dropped a slew of selfies showcasing an especially vampy ensemble—a black long-sleeve gown with a waist-low neckline, studded belt, black nails, cat eyes, and a dark, middle-part hairdo that evoked Morticia Addams from The Addams Family.

Her hallowed intentions were revealed with the caption, “Slayeth sister, slayeth!” The expected “heart” and “fire” emoji replies came from fellow model Hannah Ferguson and her mother Yolanda, while a fan boldly declared Hadid “the most beautiful woman in the world.”

According to Yahoo, Hadid donned the look after walking in Versace’s spring/summer 2023 fashion during Milan Fashion Week, where she attended Donatella Versace’s afterparty along with Emily Ratajkowski, Normani, Irina Shayk, Precious Lee and older sister Gigi Hadid, who has been rumored to be Leo DiCaprio’s latest model squeeze.

But amid the fashionable festivities, Hadid took a spot on her IG grid to express outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini.

The 22-year-old Iranian woman was killed by the country’s morality police for improperly wearing her hijab, violating Iran’s strict dress code for women in public.

ET has more details:

According to a United Nations report, Amini collapsed at a detention center after spending three days in custody of Iran’s morality police, and then died after being transferred to a hospital. The report said Amini was “severely beaten” by Iranian authorities during her detention.

Bella HadidJustin BieberJessica Chastain, and many more celebs, public figures and politicians have taken to social media in the last week to share Amini’s story, and share support for the women of Iran amid her tragic death, and the protests that have followed.

“#mahsaamini Just wow … 💔Rest in peace #mahsaamini You did not deserve this . Sending blessings to her family and loved ones,” the supermodel wrote, alongside a photo of Amini and a slideshow from Middle East Matters.

Hadid’s latest Instagram post, a repost from Céline Semaan, is also dedicated to raising awareness for Amini’s tragic story through a carousel centered around solidarity.

“It’s not about the right of not wearing a hijab; it’s about sovereignty. It’s about freedom of being + the right to choose over our own bodies,” part of Semaan’s caption reads. “The fight in Iran is the same in India & in the USA. We are all fighting for sovereignty & the freedom of our own bodies. #MahsaAmini”

Hadid’s father Mohamed replied, “For the voiceless. The oppressed the dominated and Apartheid she speaks tall may God bless her protect her from this all this evils.”