She stormed the Versace runway in a series of decadent Nineties-inspired looks.
And Gigi Hadid cemented her sartorial credentials with her after-party outfits, slipping into two showstopping ensembles as she soaked up her runway triumph in Milan on Friday night.
The 22-year-old model exuded elegance in a sculpted ɴuᴅᴇ Bardot gown, before showcasing her lithe physique in skinтιԍнт leather co-ords.
The blonde beauty certainly took centre-stage in her first outfit – a blushing pink gown with a plunging neckline and draped off-the-shoulder detail.
Letting her statement gown do all the talking, she added height with a pair of black barely there heels.
The model wore her golden locks in a simple middle parting and framed her eyes with bronze iridescent shimmer.
For her second look, the girlfriend of Zayn Malik gave a nod to the early Noughties with a leather ensemble.
She flashed a peek of her cleavage in a strapless lace-up corset and matching skinтιԍнт trousers.
Sticking to a muted palette, the catwalk star completed the look with ɴuᴅᴇ pointed stiletto courts.
Gigi was no doubt feeling euphoric after sharing the stage with original 90s supermodels Claudia Schiffer, 47, Naomi Campbell, 47, Helen Christensen, 48, Carla Bruni, 49, and Cindy Crawford, 51, for the Versace SS18 show.
The show was to mark the 20th anniversary of Gianni Versace’s death, the brother of Donatella Versace.
Gigi paid tribute to the late designer on Instagram, writing: ‘Pride. Joy. Honor. I felt so much today, and I feel so grateful to all of you for your life-long inspiration.
‘Thank you Donatella for giving us the opportunity to celebrate you and your brother tonight, whose magic has driven so many of us ! SO MUCH LOVE’.
Meanwhile, Gigi unveiled her biggest sartorial metamorphosis to date on Thursday, as she walked for Moschino’s off-the-wall Spring/Summer ’18 show.
The blonde beauty captivated the crowds as she strutted down the runway in the ivory tulle dress, which cinched in her tiny waist thanks to an oversized scarlet taffeta bow.
Framing her striking features was a decadent floral wreath boasting stunning blooms in shades of cornflower blue, blushing pink and sunny yellow.
Gigi has been wowing on the fashion week front and recently presented her third TommyXGigi collaboration as the brand made its debut at London Fashion Week earlier this week.
Meanwhile, her mother Yolanda Foster, 53, has also joined them in Milan.
The proud mother-of-three, who is also mum to 18-year-old model son Anwar, has openly spoken of how she wouldn’t let her children enter the fashion industry until they she deemed them old enough.
‘I never let them work [as models] before they were 18,’ she told ELLE.com. ‘I didn’t want anybody judging them on what they looked like.
‘I wanted them to feel and be the authentic human beings that they are and I think that created a lot of strength for them.’
She continued: ‘I always said to them, listen, there are thousands of girls that are much more beautiful than you girls, but you have an extraordinary character.
‘And you’re going to have to set yourself apart by being a role model by showing up on time and being kind to everybody… that’s how you can make a difference in the world.’
Designers and luxury brands, including Prada, Armani, Cavalli, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana, will showcase a total of almost 160 collections, for spring and summer 2018 during the six-day extravaganza.
Revenues for Italy’s fashion industry are expected to rise 3 per cent this year to 86 billion euros, data from the Italian national fashion ᴀssociation, CNMI, showed.
Milan kicked off with shows from smaller up-and-comers, including Japanese designer Atsushi Nakashima, who unveiled bright colours, space-agey silver ponchos and clothing bisected with lots of shiny zips.