Her sister Bella, who was also walking in the Anna Sui show, was on hand to help keep Gigi from falling during the final lap down the runway. In fact, Yahoo Style notes that many didn't even realize anything was wrong. But whether it's a trip or wardrobe malfunction, these ladies are prepared to take control of the situation-which is exactly what Gigi Hadid did at the Anna Sui Spring 2018 show. All was going well until Gigi's right shoe came off when she entered the runway.
How Gigi lost the rogue platform heel in question remains a mystery as the shoe featured an ankle strap, but that's besides the point. A year earlier, during her Milan debut, Hadid stepped out onto the Versace runway in a black gown that slipped down a little too far and exposed one of her breasts.
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"I just want to say thank you so much for having me in your show", Gigi said.
This isn't the first time the Hadids have had their brush in with a runway incident.
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During the Moschino show in February earlier this year, Gigi's heel (she doesn't have the best luck with shoes, does she?) got caught up in the fabric of her dress.
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