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Gigi and Bella Hadid flaunt their figures for Fendi

Gigi and Bella Hadid flaunt their figures for Fendi

Stylish siblings Gigi and Bella Hadid ruled the runway for Fendi in daring looks on Thursday morning (22Sep16).

The sisters oozed sex appeal in gorgeous, feminine pieces from the label’s Spring/Summer 17 collection during Milan Fashion Week, which flattered and framed the female figure to perfection.

While Bella stunned in ensembles like a striped dress with billowing sleeves and two breast pockets, Gigi wowed in a more daring look. With her honey-blonde locks pinned back and glittering lips, the model stepped out in a sheer purple halterneck dress with a completely see-through bodice. The skirt, meanwhile, was covered in intricate flowers while a pink bag dangled from her arm and chunky strapped heels were worn on her feet.

The above number may not be appropriate for everyday wear, but looks like Fendi's pale blue sleeveless dress with a V-neck cut made the ideal must-haves for a summer wardrobe.

Heavier material featured too, which was unexpected considering it was a Spring/Summer presentation. In particular a yellow and purple faux fur waistcoat worn over a matching coloured striped jumper.

Eyes were on the accessories too, with Fendi presenting an array of fun handbags on the runway. Each tote was brightly coloured and adorned with everything from pearls to fabric flowers.

Max Mara also showcased its new collection on Thursday morning, unveiling a tropical Sports luxe line. Gigi and Bella featured in this show as well as colourful clothing with plant and animal prints took to the runway, and stand-out pieces including a shabby-chic sweater featuring a pink, red and orange bird and a skirt and jacket combo covered in jungle foliage.

Sexier pieces stood out among the vivid prints, like Bella's sheer bodysuit worn under a black coat.

Even the backdrop for the event was given an outdoorsy vibe, with wooden panels at the back giving a glimpse at the big plants where the models entered and exited.

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