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Bella Hadid shares new photos of her Poison Ivy costume for Halloween

She referenced the pop artist Roy Lichtenstein earlier on Halloween with a clever conceptual costume.

But Bella Hadid opted for a more popular yet playful look later in the evening as she dressed up as one of Batman’s nemeses, the supervillain Poison Ivy.

The 24-year-old model looked remarkably like Uma Thurman in the campy 1997 film Batman & Robin in sizzling new snaps shared to her Instagram account on Sunday.

Picture perfect: Bella Hadid, 24, sizzled in new photos posted Sunday of her Halloween costume, which almost perfectly mimicked Uma Thurman’s Poison Ivy costume from 1997’s Batman & Robin

Bella was crouched down in the photos and looked ready to pounce in her dark green bodysuit.

The 5ft9in catwalk star stood tall in a pair of bright green knee-high patent leather boots, and she had a string of ivy wrapped around her waist.

She matched the original look with a scarlet wig twirled into two little horns on top of her head.

Just like Uma, Bella also had leaf appliqués affixed to her brow underneath her shades on either side. 

Fierce: Bella was crouched down in the photos and looked ready to pounce in her dark green bodysuit

Fierce: Bella was crouched down in the photos and looked ready to pounce in her dark green bodysuit

Red hot: She matched the original look with a scarlet wig twirled into two little horns on top of her head

Red hot: She matched the original look with a scarlet wig twirled into two little horns on top of her head

Detailed: Just like Uma, Bella also had leaf appliqués affixed to her brow underneath her shades on either side; publicity still for Batman & Robin (1997)

Detailed: Just like Uma, Bella also had leaf appliqués affixed to her brow underneath her shades on either side; publicity still for Batman & Robin (1997)

The sister of Gigi Hadid quoted Thurman’s character in her caption: ‘….one other thing….i probably should’ve mentioned this earlier…. i’m poison⏳.’

The villain originally spoke the line just after kissing a scientist and seconds before his death from her toxins.

A follow-up post on Sunday featured more views of Bella’s costume, along with another Batman & Robin line.

‘[standing over Batman] ….there’s something about an anatomically correct rubber suit that puts fire in a girl’s lips…’ she wrote, quoting Thurman’s character again from her meeting with Batman, who was played by George Clooney in the critically derided movie.

Most of Bella’s photo appeared to have been photoshopped and placed in front of a blue background, despite having taken her photos in front of a more muted charcoal backdrop. 

Towering: The 5ft9in catwalk star stood tall in a pair of bright green knee-high patent leather boots, and she had a string of ivy wrapped around her waist

Towering: The 5ft9in catwalk star stood tall in a pair of bright green knee-high patent leather boots, and she had a string of ivy wrapped around her waist

Sinister: The sister of Gigi Hadid quoted Thurman's character in her caption: '....one other thing....i probably should've mentioned this earlier.... i’m poison⏳.'

Sinister: The sister of Gigi Hadid quoted Thurman’s character in her caption: ‘….one other thing….i probably should’ve mentioned this earlier…. i’m poison⏳.’

Flirtatious: '[standing over Batman] ....there’s something about an anatomically correct rubber suit that puts fire in a girl's lips...' she captioned a second post

Flirtatious: ‘[standing over Batman] ….there’s something about an anatomically correct rubber suit that puts fire in a girl’s lips…’ she captioned a second post

Bella was spotted earlier as she brought Poison Ivy to life on the streets of New York City on Saturday night.

The model was joined by some of her costumed friends as they went out on the town.

The beauty carried a small lime green purse, which had little ivy leaves growing out of it as a particularly nice touch. 

She donned green wraparound sunshades, and held a face mask up to her nose and mouth with a gloved hand so as not to disturb her look. 

Watch out: Bella was spotted bringing super villain Poison Ivy to life on the streets of New York on Saturday night, as she stepped out for Halloween festivities with some friends

Watch out: Bella was spotted bringing super villain Poison Ivy to life on the streets of New York on Saturday night, as she stepped out for Halloween festivities with some friends

In addition to that wig: Hadid also wore bright green patent leather heeled boots, and covered up in a fur-trimmed black trench coat

In addition to that wig: Hadid also wore bright green patent leather heeled boots, and covered up in a fur-trimmed black trench coat

Bella with friends: The beauty carried a small lime green purse, which had little ivy leaves growing out of it as a particularly nice touch

Bella with friends: The beauty carried a small lime green purse, which had little ivy leaves growing out of it as a particularly nice touch

The younger daughter of Yolanda Hadid was headed with her friends to private party in the East Village section of Manhattan.

Earlier in the weekend, Bella unveiled another stunning look, inspired by the timeless art of Roy Lichtenstein. 

For that disguise, Bella had artful makeup done by friend Sam Visser, to evoke the stylized comic book women made famous by Lichtenstein’s famous 80s-era paintings. 

Hadid also wore a blue wig to suggest the blue-black hair tones seen in the artwork, as well as color contacts. 

The Halloween looks came after Bella joyfully took to the polls on Friday and voted in the US General Election. 

Earlier in the weekend: Bella unveiled another stunning look, inspired by the timeless art of Roy Lichtenstein; seen on Instagram

Earlier in the weekend: Bella unveiled another stunning look, inspired by the timeless art of Roy Lichtenstein; seen on Instagram

Civic duty: The Halloween looks came after Bella joyfully took to the polls on Friday and voted in the US General Election

Civic duty: The Halloween looks came after Bella joyfully took to the polls on Friday and voted in the US General Election

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