endall Jenner and Bella Hadid are currently in New York City and they decided to check out the Metropolitan Museum of Art this week.
The models were photographed together ascending the steps of the famous Metropolitan Museum of Art, presumably to enjoy an afternoon of culture. For the occasion, Jenner wore a long camel coat, a beige turtleneck sweater, black pants and Nike sneakers. She accessorized her outfit with Madison Avenue sunglasses and oval hoop earrings by Missoma. She carried a black patent leather Eve bag by By Far.
Meanwhile, Hadid wore pinstriped pants, a fur jacket and a gray cardigan. Both models wore masks as they stepped out.
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Later in the day, Jenner changed into an all-black look from The Row, sharing photos of the chic outfit on Instagram.
Hadid's appearance came after several at-home photo shoots as the model adapted to working remotely during the pandemic. Earlier this year, she posed fully nude for Jacquemus and later modeled a backless Bottega Veneta gown for an at-home shoot.
However, the model's most recent shoot for Chrome Hearts may have been her most revealing. Wearing bright red patent leather boots, barely-there lingerie and a fiery wig, Hadid celebrated the fact that her collaboration with Chrome Hearts sold out in just five minutes.
Revealing why she designed the collection during segregation, Hadid wrote, "It was frustrating and worth it to think of children not being able to eat lunch at school, or parents not being able to feed their families as much as they would like. With them in mind, I decided to sit down and tie these shirts myself every day for months, just for you, and hopefully I'll end up selling these sunglasses for @MadisonAveGlasses!