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Bella Hadid displays her edgy sense of style in a black leather trench coat on a stroll in Paris

Bella Hadid displays her edgy sense of style in a black leather trench coat as she heads out for a stroll in Paris during Men’s Fashion Week

Her eye-catching fashion sense has made her one of fashion’s biggest stars.

And Bella Hadid continued to flaunt her edgy sense of style in a black leather trench coat as she headed out for a stroll in Paris, France on Thursday.

The model, 24, channelled Neo from The Matrix trilogy in the bold cover-up teamed with rust-coloured cords as she stepped out in the French capital.

Looking good! Bella Hadid, 24, flaunted her edgy sense of style in a black leather trench coat as she headed out for a stroll in Paris, France on Thursday

Despite never shying away from flaunting her figure, for this outing Bella was wrapped up in the black leather coat.

The star finished her outfit with her signature narrow-framed sunglasses and her essentials in a matching mini handbag, a Noughties staple that’s recently made a fashion comeback.

Bella beamed as she headed out in the city in the midst of Paris Men’s Fashion Week, which has seen some of the worlds biggest designers showcase their newest looks for male style fans.

Style icon: The model channelled Neo from The Matrix trilogy in the bold cover-up teamed with rust-coloured cords as she stepped out in the French capital

Style icon: The model channelled Neo from The Matrix trilogy in the bold cover-up teamed with rust-coloured cords as she stepped out in the French capital

Standing out: Bella has never shied away from flaunting her model figure

Cosy: But for this outing she was wrapped up in the black leather coat

Standing out: Despite never shying away from flaunting her figure, for this outing Bella was wrapped up in the black leather coat

Dressed to impress: The star finished her outfit with her signature narrow-framed sunglasses and her essentials in a matching mini handbag

Dressed to impress: The star finished her outfit with her signature narrow-framed sunglasses and her essentials in a matching mini handbag

Safety first: Bella donned a black face mask for the outing in Paris

Standing out: She was hard to miss in her bold ensemble

Style star: Along with a matching black face mask (left) Bella was hard to miss in her bold ensemble as she headed into the French city

THAT's why she's here! Bella beamed as she headed out in the city in the midst of Paris Men's Fashion Week

THAT’s why she’s here! Bella beamed as she headed out in the city in the midst of Paris Men’s Fashion Week

 

It comes as Bella and her sister Gigi, whose father Mohamed is a Palestinian born in Nazareth, waded controversially into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict last month. 

Bella was accused of antisemitism after posting cartoons denouncing Israel, which she has since deleted from her Instagram. 

The post, which Gigi liked, argued that Israel was ‘not a country’ and accused the Jewish State of ‘ethnic cleansing, military occupation and apartheid.’ 

Bella preempted allegations of bigotry by posting a clip of Bernie Sanders arguing: ‘It is not anti-Semitic to be critical of a right-wing government in Israel.’

‘Hate from either side is not okay – I do not condone it!!’ wrote Bella. ‘I will not stand to hear people talk badly about Jewish people through all of this.’

Gigi also wrote on her Instagram: ‘One cannot advocate for racial equality, LGBT & women’s rights, condemn corrupt and abusive regimes and other injustices yet choose to ignore the Palestinian oppression. It does not add up. You cannot pick and choose whose human rights matter more.’ 

Bella also found herself in hot water when she went Live on Instagram from a pro-Palestinian protest in New York City.

She filmed herself chanting the popular Palestinian slogan: ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free!’ along with other protestors.

The State Of Israel directly condemned her on its official Twitter account writing: ‘When celebrities like @BellaHadid advocate for throwing Jews into the sea, they are advocating for the elimination of the Jewish State.’ 

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