Gigi Hadid's Tactical Off-Duty Look Is So Easy To Recreate

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Gigi Hadid was keeping it incognito on Day 2 of Men's Paris Fashion Week. After walking the runway for designer and friend Virgil Abloh's Off-White spring/summer 2020 collection, the supermodel left the building in an all-black outfit as she waved to fans and paparazzi. In the monochromatic look fit for an undercover cohort, the 24-year-old proved her affinity for low-key off-duty style, opting for sleek minimalism after donning a painterly, technicolor blazer on the runway moments prior. Gigi Hadid's Prada cargo pants tied the entire look together, and were matched with a black Off-White "Staff" tee and black oxford boots.

With a sleek, wet slick-back and a bold red lip, Hadid's beauty look was chic but minimal alongside the casual outfit. Building upon the tactical vibe with a pair of futuristic shades from her sunglasses collaboration with Vogue, the jet-setter borrowed from her younger sister's signature Matrix-inspired aesthetic. Finishing it off with a plethora of necklaces for the fun-loving, beach-y flair she's known for, Hadid wore her favorite gold chain from Missoma alongside those Éliou beaded puka shells she can't get enough of.

With a compact nylon backpack in tow, Hadid hopped in a car and was off to her next stop for the whirlwind week of shows.

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Hadid isn't the only one opting for cargo pants this season. Fellow models Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski have also rocked the moveable trousers, signaling the army-inspired staple is most definitely in for summer. Shop The Zoe Report's selection of cargo pants below, and style them with strappy sandals or low-top sneakers, depending on the vibe you're going for. You don't even have to worry about grabbing a handbag — because for once, pocket space is ample.

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