Bella Hadid shows off fake freckles and her toned abs in a braless white tank top in a new video.
The 25-year-old recently revealed how much work she puts into perfecting her model physique.
Earlier this month, Hadid shared some photos from a workout session at Gotham Gym in Manhattan as she stretched in tight spandex.
The Kin Euphorics co-founder has been expanding her business beyond modeling as she continues her relationship with her boyfriend of nearly two years, Marc Kalman.
She is also making her acting debut this fall as a guest star on the Hulu series Ramy.
In a new interview, Hadid opened up about her regrets growing up and being of Palestinian heritage.
Bella Hadid goes braless under a fitted tank top
Bella Hadid shared a video on her Instagram Stories in which she stunned in a white tank top.
She kept it simple with the accessories, going with long drop earrings and a necklace.
Hadid had her hair in a messy bun and went braless which gave the simple fashion ensemble a daring look.
The tank top was cropped to show off her impressive abs. Hadid gave her IG followers an arm-length view before pulling the camera toward her face and flashing a smile.
The fashion model is known for her street style. Hadid often mixes classic menswear pieces such as a tank top with sneakers and baggy trousers.
In the photo below, Hadid makes a simple graphic white tee and denim jeans work as she poses in a car for the IG snap.
She also loves to mix elegance and sex appeal with sheer tops, which she sometimes matches with cargo pants and vintage-style sunglasses.
You can see Hadid’s streetwear style in a recent photo in which she models Michael Kors.
Bella Hadid gets candid about her Palestinian heritage
In an interview with GQ, Hadid opened up about her regret of not being raised around Muslim culture due to her mother Yolanda separating from her Palestinian father.
“I would have loved to grow up and be with my dad every day and studying and really being able to practice, just in general being able to live in a Muslim culture,” she said in the interview, continuing: “But I wasn’t given that.”
However, she revealed why she uses her platform to speak about the Palestinian experience:
“I speak about [this stuff] for the elderly that are still living there that have never been able to see Palestine free, and for the children that can still grow up and have a beautiful life.”