Hailey Bieber took to Instagram Friday to promote her Rhodes skincare line. She shared an array of photos in the post, including one where she dawned a braless black two-piece look along with sheer black thigh-highs.
The 25-year-old model and entrepreneur wore a black plunging cutout blazer matched with a pair of barely-there shorts. The blazer cutouts displayed a snatched waistline and tied in the center for an edgy finish.
Bieber’s shorts are barely seen underneath the blazer, showcasing her long legs clad in a pair of sultry sheer thigh-highs.
Bieber accessorized the look with loafers and a matching handbag. She provided a sleek finish to the ensemble with black sunglasses and gold hoop earrings.
Hailey wore her hair in a simple yet classy, middle part style slicked and pulled to the back.
Bieber’s manicure peaked from underneath the draping sleeves of her blazer, displaying iridescent stiletto-shaped nails.
Hailey Bieber promotes recently launched Rhode skin
Bieber captioned the photo array with ‘it’s been a skincare filled week @rhode,’ and it appears from this photo that Rhode keeps Hailey’s skin glowing and flawless.
The Rhode skincare line promotes itself as a new philosophy on skincare. In a message on the skincare line’s website, Hailey shares that in her journey toward healthier skin, she desired to develop products that truly worked and were accessible to everyone.
According to Bieber’s Instagram stories, the Rhode skincare line launched on June 15. The Rhodes website showcases five different products designed to nourish the face and lips, including a peptide glazing fluid, a barrier restore cream and three flavors of a peptide lip treatment.
All five products appear to be popular since you must currently join a waitlist to purchase them through the website.
Rhode skin wins its first court battle
Although Rhode skincare only launched a few months ago, it has not been without controversy. According to Vanity Fair, a clothing brand by the same name filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against Bieber in June.
Citing E! News, the article reports that the clothing brand filed an emergency letter motion to stop Bieber from promoting her brand.
The judge, however, denied their motion, allowing Bieber to continue promoting Rhode skin despite the ongoing trademark lawsuit. In a promotional video for the skincare line Hailey detailed that the inspiration for the name comes from the fact that Rhode is both her and her mother’s middle name.