BELLA Hadid left little to the imagination as she rocked a spray-painted dress at Paris Fashion Week.
The 25-year-old model wore a skimpy white thong and a pair of matching kitten heels, while she covered her ample assets with her hand.
She strutted onto the runway topless before four designers began creating the garment using white spray paint.
The brunette beauty lifted her arms above her head as layers of paint were sprayed onto her skin to create a white frock.
With complete focus, the artists created a figure-hugging stunning off-the-shoulder midi dress, with a sexy thigh-high split.
Bella looked effortlessly glamourous as she glided down the Coperni runway in front of a star-studded crowd, including best pal and makeup mogul Kylie Jenner, who recorded the showstopping moment on her phone and shared it with fans on Instagram.
The model wore her hair in a sleek bun and had her flawless yet subtle makeup.
Bella’s performance stole the show as she the crowd was left mesmerised by the unique dress.
Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant are the brains behind the ultra-modern Parisian label Coperni – proudly presenting their brand’s spring/summer 2023 收藏.
Bella confirmed her romance with art director Marc Kalman, 34, in July last year.
She appeared on cloud nine as she shared a kiss with her beau by the pool.
It comes as Bella opened up about mom Yolanda allowing her to get a nose job at 14, confessing that she regrets the decision.
这 famous model has been accused by fans of getting everything from a facelift to fillers.
She got personal during an interview with 时尚 as she discussed a nose job she got as a teen.
“I wish I had kept the nose of my ancestors” she told the magazine, adding she thinks she “would have grown into it.”
她说: “People think I fully f**ked with my face because of one picture of me as a teenager looking puffy. I’m pretty sure you don’t look the same now as you did at 13, 正确的?”
Bella explained: “Whoever thinks I’ve gotten my eyes lifted or whatever it’s called — it’s face tape! The oldest trick in the book.
“I’ve had this impostor syndrome where people made me feel like I didn’t deserve any of this. People always have something to say, but what I have to say is, I’ve always been misunderstood in my industry and by the people around me.”