Nevertheless, the model strutted on, unfazed.
As the Vogue cover girl closed the show in her second look from the designer's spring/summer 2018 collection, her stiletto strap on her right foot came loose, with the shoe eventually departing her foot entirely.
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And, again, all of that would depend on Kobach's New Hampshire theory turning out to be valid, which seems almost impossible. First of all, eligibility for voting and residency for the objective of getting a driver's license are not the same thing.
Most onlookers didn't even realize she was shoeless.
Clad in a skimpy red lingerie set, the runway fixture showed off her famous figure and her oft-professed love of the 'za with her 14.7 million Instagram followers on Sunday as she took a break from a sidewalk photo shoot for her favorite snack. But, like the pro we know she is, Gigi brilliantly recovered-thanks in part to an assist from her younger sister, Bella.
This wasn't Hadid's first time battling harsh runway elements. That is, until later during a sweet moment in which all the models returned to the runway, Hadid was propped up on the shoulder of her sister, Bella Hadid. At the Moschino show in February, the model managed to keep her composure - and her balance - when her heel got caught in fringing of her drop hem dress.
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