Hailey Baldwin debuts Adidas Falcon during fashion show collaboration with JD

Hailey Baldwin debuts Adidas Falcon during fashion show collaboration with JD

Hailey Baldwin showed off her first collection for Adidas with a star-studded show at London Fashion Week.

The model, who is engaged to singer Justin Bieber, sat in the front row for the catwalk presentation, which featured models including Winnie Harlow and Leomie Anderson.

Winnie Harlow on the catwalk (Ian West/PA)
Winnie Harlow on the catwalk (Ian West/PA)

The show was attended by Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts, Love Island stars Megan Barton Hanson and Kazimir Crossley and singer Tallia Storm and featured a performance by Charlotte Lawrence.

Kaz Crossley (left) and Megan Barton Hanson at the show (Ian West/PA)
Kaz Crossley (left) and Megan Barton Hanson at the show (Ian West/PA)

It was announced in July that Baldwin would become the first ever “style creator” for Adidas and sportswear company JD.

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The JD Women Instagram account shared a picture of Baldwin, dressed in an Adidas tracksuit, fixing a model’s hair shortly before the show started.

Baldwin and Bieber confirmed their engagement on July 9.

- Press Association


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