Bella Hadid looked runway ready in a new promotional video for Michael Kors.
The 26-year-old model was featured in a new clip release Friday, titled Walk This Way, which marked the American fashion house’s spring 2023 arrivals.
Bella was not alone as she was joined by fellow model Jill Kortleve as they strutted their stuff down one of the most famous and fashionable places to shop in the world.
Set to the catchy chorus of the song The Good Days by Strange Talk, the clip begins with brief looks at the Hollywood sign and a Rodeo street sign.
‘The good days – These are the good days (good days) – The good days – Nothing can replace the good times we have,’ the Australian synth-pop duo of Strange Talk sing with a smooth delivery and a funky, danceable back beat.
Promo mode: Bella Hadid, 26, takes center stage on world-famous Rodeo Drive in a new promotional video marking the new Michael Kors spring 2023 arrivals
Catwalking: For the promo piece, Hadid stars alongside fellow model Jill Kortleve as two fashionable ladies shopping along Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, which is considered by many as the area’s crown jewel of shopping
From there, Hadid is seen walking a dog, while out shopping on Rodeo Drive, with Kortleve and a security guard by her side.
The top model is the picture of casual-cool decked out in light-colored trousers and a black blazer over a matching shirt that’s left unbuttoned just enough to be flirty.
The shot then pushes in close to Hadid to highlight the golden-mirrored sunglasses she’s wearing, and the matching large-hoop earrings.
Keeping the emphasis on the accessories, the star of the 15 second promotional piece then helps shine a light on the gorgeous red purse from the Michael Kors collection.
For the last two clips, there’s an up-look view of Hadid and Kortleve putting on their best catwalk struts as they continue on their Rodeo Drive excursion, with their security man following close behind.
The piece ends with a beauty shot of the mountains in Los Angeles and the Michael Kors name/logo in the middle of the screen.
‘Michael Kors ready-to-wear turns up the heat for Spring 2023 with a fresh balance between structured and sleek,’ the brand wrote of its new spring 2023 collection in the caption of the promo piece.
‘Elevated separates reimagine the idea of everyday cool, and tailored light layers allow for the perfect transition into warmer temperatures,’ it continued.
Lay of the land: Set to the catchy chorus of the funky song The Good Days by Strange Talk, the clip begins with brief looks at the Hollywood sign
Lay of the land: The 15 second promo then shifts to a shot of the Rodeo Drive street sign
Retail therapy: From there, Hadid is seen walking a dog, while out shopping on Rodeo Drive, with Kortleve and a security guard by her side
Golden look: The promo then pushes in to a close-up shot of Hadid to highlight the golden-mirrored sunglasses she wearing and the matching large-hoop earrings
Srylin’: Keeping the emphasis on the accessories, the star of the 15 second promotional piece then helps shine a light on the red purse from the Michael Kors brand
The spring 2023 arrivals were also described as ‘a palette of chic neutrals is juxtaposed with pops of optic orange and shades of blue, complementing everything from sharp blazers to cutout dresses and wide-leg trousers.’
With that in mind, the Michael Kors stylists had Hadid and Kortleve decked out in examples of the blazers, cut-out dresses and wide-leg trousers in the new promotional video.
Established in 1981, Michael Kors, the fashion designer, acts as the chief creative officer of his brand, which sells men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, along with accessories, watches, jewelry, footwear and fragrance.
Crown jewel: The last couple of clips focus in on Hadid, who’ still seen alng Rodeo Drive
Lookers: Hadid and Kortleve strike one last look along Rodeo Drive near the end of the piece
Branding: Ending on a beauty shot of the mountains in Los Angeles, the Michael Kors brand has been a major player since being established in 1981
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