Hailey Baldwin just landed her first campaign with luxury brand Versace with her longtime friend, Bella Hadid.
Baldwin and Hadid were seen yachting last week. Now, Page Six has learned that their reunion was for a brand campaign because they are the new faces of Versace.
A fashion insider confirmed the news to the outlet. The source said that the two models were shooting for a luxury brand in Corsica, France during their recent tour in Europe.
Both Hadid and Baldwin were seen wearing Versace swimwear and jewelry during a photoshoot on the beach.
The BFFs have walked the runway for the designer several times. However, according to Page Six, this marks Baldwin’s first campaign with the luxury brand. Meanwhile, her BFF is a Versace veteran. In fact, Hadid has three other campaigns under her belt.
On Tuesday (June 23), Hadid and Baldwin were spotted soaking up the sun and yachting in Sardinia, Italy. The two enjoyed the outing in skimpy bikinis.
Baldwin sported a zebra-print bikini that showed off her toned abs. She was photographed applying sunscreen on her body before enjoying the water.
Meanwhile, Hadid sported a pink and orange string bikini from Inamorata. The swimwear features a triangle top that can be wrapped around the body when paired with its matching bottoms.
Baldwin’s outing with her pal came just days after two women accused her husband, Justin Bieber, of sexual assault on Twitter. The “Yummy” singer addressed the allegations on social media immediately after he learned about it.
Bieber denied the accusations and said they were “factually impossible.” He decided to address it immediaetly because for him, sexual abuse is a serious allegation.
“Rumors are rumors but sexual abuse is something I don’t take lightly. I wanted to speak out right away but out of respect to so many victims who deal with these issues daily I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statement,” he wrote on Twitter in response to the allegations.
On Thursday, the “Sorry” singer filed a $20 million defamation lawsuit over the anonymous tweets from two women identified as Danielle and Kadi.
“The malicious statements made by ‘Danielle’ and ‘Kadi’ (who may be the same person under two accounts) are absolutely false, and their respective heinous accusations that Bieber engaged in the alleged sexual assaults are outrageous, fabricated lies,” Bieber’s lawyer, Martin Singer, wrote in the complaint.