Hailey Bieber paid homepage to the late Princess Diana in her latest Vogue shoot.
The 22-year-old supermodel looked uncanny to the Princess of Wales in a series of photos, replicating some of Diana's most iconic off-duty looks, breaking boundaries by ignoring royal dress code.
The campaign, shot by Gregory Harris, will be featured in Vogue Paris' September 2019 issue.
One of the pictures shows Bieber in a pair of black bicycle shorts and a large red jumper with white wording on it, as well as some above-the-knee white socks and some white trainers.
This – quite obviously an ode to the late Diana's gym style – has been deemed a standout look of the shoot, with international fans praising the styling team.
Perhaps most notably, the model revisited the 1988 outfit Diana wore to the Guards Polo Club in Windsor to cheer on Prince Charles; a baseball cap, oversized menswear blazer, and vintage washed Levi's tucked into cowboy boots.
The Princess of Wales, who tragically passed on August 31, 1997, left a legacy of rule-breaking outfits that became an extension of her iconic role in history.
And with 22 years passing since her death, Diana's personal style is even more relevant in modern-day.
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new story for @vogueparis shot by @gstyles styled by @virginiebenarroch all credit and inspo to the amazingly beautiful and iconically stylish Princess Diana who I’ve looked to for style inspiration for as long as I can remember. Thank you for leaving behind such an iconic fashion and style legacy.
"all credit and inspo to the amazingly beautiful and iconically stylish Princess Diana who I’ve looked to for style inspiration for as long as I can remember," Bieber wrote on Instagram.
"Thank you for leaving behind such an iconic fashion and style legacy."
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