Bella Hadid plays the part of a party girl for Michael Kors holiday campaign


Bella Hadid looked ready to party for the holidays in the new Michael Kors campaign titled MICHAEL Michael Kors and Michael Kors Mens.

The supermodel had on minidresses and high heels as she raised a glass with Bretman Rock, Lori Harvey and Tina Leung.  

Shot on location at the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport and at The Skylark rooftop lounge, the campaign captures the jet-set chic and easy glamour of Hadid and friends as they journey to New York City to spend the holidays and ring in the New Year together. 

Rock on: Bella Hadid looked ready to party for the holidays in the new Michael Kors campaign titled MICHAEL Michael Kors and Michael Kors Mens

From plane to tarmac to a glittering holiday party hosted by Michael, each image embodies the joyful spirit of the holidays.

‘This holiday season, we really wanted to capture the heart of the holidays: traveling to celebrate with the loved ones we’ve missed so much,’ says Michael Kors.

‘And what better way to do that than by sharing luxurious gifts and hitting the town, looking fabulous while you’re on the go? We all deserve a little extra joy, love and glamour this season.’

Cheers: The supermodel had on minidresses and high heels as she raised a glass with Bretman Rock, Lori Harvey and Tina Leung

Cheers: The supermodel had on minidresses and high heels as she raised a glass with Bretman Rock, Lori Harvey and Tina Leung

The campaign highlights a versatile range of streamlined looks, from sleek knit dresses to cool separates in a palette of earthy neutrals, vibrant hues and dazzling silver-and-black accents.

Key handbags for the season include the Karlie satchel, Greenwich crossbody bag, SoHo shoulder bag and Hamilton Legacy satchel. 

Chain-link details, logo taping and high-shine studs infuse them with a modern-meets-classic Kors appeal.

Earlier this week she gave fans just a glimpse into her battle with mental health issues in a series of tearful selfies shared to Instagram on Tuesday.

Hello 2022: Shot on location at the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport and at The Skylark rooftop lounge, the campaign captures the jet-set chic and easy glamour of Hadid and friends as they journey to New York City to spend the holidays and ring in the New Year together

Hello 2022: Shot on location at the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport and at The Skylark rooftop lounge, the campaign captures the jet-set chic and easy glamour of Hadid and friends as they journey to New York City to spend the holidays and ring in the New Year together

The 25-year-old supermodel wrote a lengthy caption in attempts to relate to her millions of social media followers after praising Willow Smith for publicly discussing her own mental health on her platforms.

Bella, the youngest daughter of former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Hadid, noted that ‘social media is not real’ as she shared nine teary-eyed photos while connecting with her fans. 

Bella tagged Willow in the caption: ‘I Love you and your words. It made me feel a little less alone and that’s why I’d like to post this.’

Kors is there: From plane to tarmac to a glittering holiday party hosted by Michael, each image embodies the joyful spirit of the holidays, as well as the many reasons to love New York

Kors is there: From plane to tarmac to a glittering holiday party hosted by Michael, each image embodies the joyful spirit of the holidays, as well as the many reasons to love New York

‘Sometimes all you’ve gotta hear is that you’re not alone. So from me to you, you’re not alone,’ she wrote. ‘I love you, I see you, and I hear you. Self help and mental illness/chemical imbalance is not linear and it is almost like a flowing rollercoaster of obstacles… it has its ups and downs , and side to sides.’ 

‘But I want you to know, there is always light at the end of the tunnel, and the rollercoaster always comes to a complete stop at some point.  

‘(There is always room for it to start up again, but for me it’s always been nice to know that even if it’s a few days, weeks, or months, it does get better, to some extent, even for a moment.)

The jet set look: 'This holiday season, we really wanted to capture the heart of the holidays: traveling to celebrate with the loved ones we've missed so much,' says Michael Kors

The jet set look: ‘This holiday season, we really wanted to capture the heart of the holidays: traveling to celebrate with the loved ones we’ve missed so much,’ says Michael Kors

Bella's pals: 'And what better way to do that than by sharing luxurious gifts and hitting the town, looking fabulous while you're on the go? We all deserve a little extra joy, love and glamour this season,' he added

Bella’s pals: ‘And what better way to do that than by sharing luxurious gifts and hitting the town, looking fabulous while you’re on the go? We all deserve a little extra joy, love and glamour this season,’ he added

She added: ‘It took me a long time to get that in my mind , but I’ve had enough breakdowns and burnouts to know this: if you work hard enough on yourself, spending time alone to understand your traumas , triggers, joys, and routine, you will always be able to understand or learn more about your own pain and how to handle it. 

‘Which is all that you can ask of yourself. Anyways. Not sure why but it feels harder and harder to not share my truth on here. Thank you for seeing me and thank you for listening. I love you.’ 

It’s not the first time Bella’s disclosed mental health issues.

In an interview with Vogue published earlier this year, Hadid gave insight into her first few years modeling and public reception to her straight-faced expression.

Honest: Hadid gave fans just a glimpse into her battle with mental health issues in a series of tearful selfies shared to Instagram on Tuesday

Honest: Hadid gave fans just a glimpse into her battle with mental health issues in a series of tearful selfies shared to Instagram on Tuesday

‘People used to make fun of me and say that I never smiled,’ she said. ‘It was just because I was in a really bad place physically and mentally.’  

She told Glamour in 2019 that her depression and anxiety were crippling and she was ’emotionally unstable’ when she was working 14-hour days for four-months straight as an 18-year-old in the industry. 

‘I would cry every single morning, I would cry during my lunch breaks, I would cry before I slept,’ she said. 

‘I feel guilty for being able to live this incredible life, have the opportunities that I do, but somehow still be depressed. It doesn’t make sense.’

She has since been on a mission to destigmatize mental health issues. 

‘I feel like I would be doing a disservice to myself if I didn’t speak about something such as mental health, because that’s pretty much what I’ve been going through for the past five years very intensely,’ she told the publication. Now we’re here and we’re good, but it took a while.’

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