She is one of the hottest models in the world right now thanks to her runway appearances in Paris and New York as well as her contract with Guess.
But Gigi Hadid can look a bit off just like any other beauty.
On Sunday the 19-year-old daughter of Yolanda Foster showed off her less camera-ready side as she stopped by L'Avenue restaurant in Paris after stunning in a tight black mesh dress while at a Vogue magazine party earlier in the weekend.
The blonde sensation wore a ho-hum white top under a ridiculous-looking pair of pleather overalls for her lunch at the chic eatery where Katy Perry was also dining.
Odd pointy short boots did little to improve her ensemble.
The LA resident had on little makeup and an odd pair of round glasses that looked better suited for Ozzy Osbourne.
Her signature golden tresses were pulled up haphazardly in a messy ponytail.
In contrast, Gigi looked spectacular at her Vogue party.
The mannequin oozed sex appeal in her cocktail dress that showed off her envious curves and long legs. She also had on leather cage heels and her hair was nicely style in a sassy long and straight look.
Later the cover girl was seen with one of Abu Khadra's twins, Devon Windsor, and a friend while on Pont des Arts to see the love lockers.
It is not know if Gigi, who dates Australian pop star Cody Simpson, added a lock.
Hadid seems to be handling her life pretty well given that her mother Yolanda is suffering from Lyme Disease.
In January she told E!, 'You know it's hard, especially with something like Lyme Disease, not a lot of people know about it, especially doctors so they don't really know how to help, medical wise.
'So it's really hard for me and my siblings to know how we could help, but I guess just being supportive is the best way we can do it.'
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star visited Korea to seek treatment.
They kept in touch with Facetime.
'You can tell how much it means to her when, during a lunch break on a shoot, I'll FaceTime her and talk to her about how my day's going. I think just the little things like that is what's helping her get through it,' Hadid added.
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