10 fluo sneakers like those of Gigi Hadid


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The off-duty style of the models has always been under the watchful eye of fashionistas looking for look inspirations, especially when it comes to comfortable and sporty combinations: with their personal touch in fact, in recent years many of the most loved and followed tops have literally transformed the perception of some items of clothing, making them decisively cooler than in the past. Accomplices, obviously, the very fast sharing of the shots that immortalize them on the streets of the metropolis.

Then put on it, the enormoushype generated by a recent and happy event that saw them as protagonists, and the trend is served on a silver platter: this is the case of Gigi Hadid, neo-mamma and, in fact, fashion influencers before, during and after pregnancy.

In the months of expectation and in the delicate and intense weeks after childbirth, the model shared few but significant contents from a style point of view, from pajama-style suits to face the summer heat, to ultra-comfortable and masculine shirts to wear in autumn as mid-season outerwear, up to long and soft winter cardigans for a cocooning effect. This week, Gigi Hadid was spotted with a stroller while walking through the streets of SoHo, New York, with a sporty and total black outfit that highlighted a style detail that was impossible to miss: the neon sneaker sue.


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A rather classic model that sported by the top, signed Nike, perfect for long walks and more. But, above all, of one particularly bright hue, on acid green, which this season we find in the footwear proposals of various brands: from Calvin Klein, who used this nuance in combination with white for a chunky model, a Diesel, from which we find instead a low model with a minimalist design. In the gallery above, 10 sneaker models inspired by those of Gigi Hadid.

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