Hailey Bieber Flaunts Washboard Abs in Baby Blue Bra Top and Skirt

The Rhode founder celebrated her skincare line’s Canadian launch in style.
Hailey Bieber

Hailey Bieber.


Hailey Bieber showed up and showed out at a recent celebration for her skincare line. Rhode is now available in Canada, and Bieber wore an incredible outfit for her brand’s launch dinner event. She posted the photos to Instagram to prove it.

The 26-year-old wore an itty bitty strapless bra top and matching baby blue mini skirt from LaQuan Smith’s fall-winter 2023 collection for the occasion. She threw a long jacket in the same pastel shade and wool material by the designer overtop. The look, styled by Dani Michelle, perfectly displayed the model’s washboard abs and long, toned legs.

Bieber showed off her outfit from various angles in the March 30 post, including a video clip close-up of her hair and glam, styled by Amanda Lee and Mary Phillips, respectively. She also included a cute photo of herself cheesing with a Canadian flag.

@rhode Canada launch dinner 🤍 such an amazing evening with amazing people,” Bieber wrote in the caption of the post she shared with her 49.4 million followers. “Love you Toronto 🇨🇦.”

The photo and video collage racked up more than one million likes in less than 24 hours, and celebrity friends and fans were quick to hype Bieber up in the comments section.

“Wow!!! Just wow!” Khloe Kardashian gushed.

“Outfit ! 🔥 congrats!” Shanina Shaik added.

“Gooooood gawwwwd hails 🔥,” Denika Bedrossian exclaimed.

“HAILEY BIEBER IS A ICON FASHION,” a fan declared.

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