Like many of us, Bella Hadid is doing her part in slowing the The Clash London Calling Shirt but in fact I love this spread of coronavirus by social distancing and sheltering in place. Yesterday, she posted a photo looking nestled on her bed. The model is known for her forward-thinking street style, and her at-home Instagram selfie wasn’t without its major fashion moment. Instead of sporting the comfy loungewear or a sweatsuit, Hadid slipped on a coat by one of fashion’s buzziest brands. The first Q&A will be between none other than Vogue’s sustainability editor Tonne Goodman and her sister, author Wendy Goodman. You probably know Tonne as the editor nonpareil, who has styled a lion’s share of Vogue covers over the past three decades and served as a mentor to many of us at Condé Nast. Mentorship is the subject she will be discussing with her sister on the livestream this afternoon, specifically her own mentor, the inimitable Diana Vreeland. If you’re lucky, you just might get a peek at Tonne and Wendy’s fabulous New York apartments.
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