March is already proving to be a busy month for Gigi Hadid. Following her Prada breakout moment last month, the supermodel made her TV debut on Netflix's Next in Fashion, a reality fashion competition, alongside Queer Eye 's Tan France. And on Sunday, the supermodel graced the cover of a stunning magazine.
With the pants-as-underwear trend already in vogue (a favorite of her friend Kendall Jenner), Hadid dazzled on the cover of The Sunday Times Style in high-waisted black pants. She paired the edgy underwear look with two base layers: a navy polo and a short-sleeve polo (both from her luxury cashmere brand, Guest in Residence).
Staying true to the no-pants trend, she paired the underwear with black pants underneath the panties, a favorite style combo. To match the relaxed vibe of the dress, Hadid kept her makeup simple with a natural pink look and lip color.
This is the second time in the past month that Hadid has donned panties on the cover of a magazine. In February, she posed for Elle and landed not one, but two pantless magazine covers. At this rate, the polarizing aspect of underwear is impossible.
The no-pants trend first appeared on the runway in 2019, when Hadid's sister Bella wore canary yellow no-pants, perfect for an off-white look. The look was captured in 2022, when Bottega Veneta dressed a model in a sweater and underwear for the brand's Spring 2023 show.
Last September, Kylie made waves at Paris Fashion Week when she wore a long gray coat, white top and black trousers. A month later, Kendall stepped out in the same pantless look, straight off the Bottega runway. It fuels endless memes and fun, cementing pantsless bands into the zeitgeist.
These days, celebrities from Julia Fox to Camila Mendes (who called the trend "no pants") have sported a variety of looks. And if Fashion Month is any indication, this trend isn't going anywhere.