This Thursday, May 2, is a very special day for Bella Hadid. The model, who has been retired from the catwalks for almost a year, has put Orebella on sale, her beauty brand that has three fragrances: Salted Muse, Blooming Fire and Window2Soul. A highly anticipated launch that she has promoted in New York, where she has reappeared very beautiful and relaxed.

Gigi’s sister has been photographed on the streets of Manhattan with a beautiful design with which she has shown that, despite not walking or starring in fashion campaigns, she is up to date with several of the season’s most notable trends.

She did it with a vintage Dior dress, specifically, a piece created by John Galliano during his time as creative director of the house. The design, in sand color, belongs to the spring-summer 2004 collection and stands out for its subtle transparencies in the skirt, with a layer of tulle finished in fringes.

In addition, the design, with a V-neckline and thin straps, has three-dimensional flowers on the chest that provide that romantic and flirty touch. A historical garment that she wears with high-heeled mules and her hair that is much longer and styled with sophisticated waves.

Just this week, Allure magazine published an interview where the model confesses about how she feels after overcoming Lyme disease and retiring from fashion. “After ten years of modeling, I realized that she was putting a lot of energy, love and effort into something that, in the long run, she wasn’t necessarily giving back to me,” she says.

The top recognizes: “for the first time, I am not going to put on a false face. If I don’t feel good, I won’t go. If I don’t feel well, I take time for myself (…) And I’ve never had the opportunity to do that or say that before. Now, when someone sees me in photos and says: ‘She looks happy.’ And I really am. I feel better. “My bad days now are like my good days before.”