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Bella Hadid looks cool as she slips into newspaper print pants while en route to a Met Gala fitting

Bella Hadid exudes effortless cool as she slips into newspaper print pants while en route to a Met Gala fitting

She’s been a mainstay at the Met Gala since her first appearance in 2015.

And Bella Hadid made sure her look for this year’s affair would be picture perfect, as she headed to a final fitting in NYC on Saturday.

The IMG model, 22, was white hot as she sauntered into the building rocking a little tank top with newspaper patterned trousers.

Finishing touches: Bella Hadid got ready for Monday's Met Gala by going to a dress fitting in NYC on Saturday

Finishing touches: Bella Hadid got ready for Monday’s Met Gala by going to a dress fitting in NYC on Saturday

The black and white and red all over Miaou pants, which retail for just under $300, rose high up her hips and featured a row of slick silver buttons and a cropped hem.

Keeping her look nonchalant, she tossed a crisp shirt on top.

Doc Marten boots were both a classic and edgy addition to her ensemble while she topped things off with little oval sunglasses and a gold pendant.

The girlfriend of The Weeknd swept her hair to the side, before clipping it up into a messy bun, also framing her face with hoop earrings. 

Read all about it! The IMG model, 22, was white hot as she sauntered into the building rocking a little tank top with newspaper patterned trousers

Spendy slacks: The black and white and red all over Miaou pants retail for just under $300

Read all about it! The IMG model, 22, was white hot as she sauntered into the building rocking a little tank top with newspaper patterned trousers

Bun in the sun: The girlfriend of The Weeknd swept her hair to the side, before clipping it up into a messy bun

Bun in the sun: The girlfriend of The Weeknd swept her hair to the side, before clipping it up into a messy bun

Fashion fans have been anxious to see how the celeb set does with this year’s slightly avant-garde theme Camp: Notes On fashion, which is inspired by the similarly titled Susan Sontag essay Notes On Camp.

Defining ‘camp,’ the public intellectual described the concept as ‘the metaphor of life as theater.’

And while the Gala is known for bringing out the dramatic, stars are said to be worried sick about how to tackle this year’s theme.

Cool kicks: Doc Marten boots were both a classic and edgy addition to her ensemble

Cool kicks: Doc Marten boots were both a classic and edgy addition to her ensemble

Accessories: She topped things off with little oval sunglasses and a gold pendant

Accessories: She topped things off with little oval sunglasses and a gold pendant

Camp chic: Fashion fans have been anxious to see how the celeb set does with this year's slightly avant-garde theme Camp: Notes On fashion

Camp chic: Fashion fans have been anxious to see how the celeb set does with this year’s slightly avant-garde theme Camp: Notes On fashion

‘I know some A-listers who regularly attend were unhappy with the looks designers were pitching them,’ one fashion insider told Page Six

‘The idea of “camp” is out of their grasp. One major hairstylist to an A-list actress told me, “She’s freaking out because she just wants to look pretty.”‘

Meanwhile, many are worried about offending the tastes of Ms. Anna Wintour.

As one insider explained: ‘You get to the top of the stairs [at the Metropolitan Museum of Art] and… if she isn’t smiling, your dress sucks.’

Previous years’ themes have include 2015’s China: Through The Looking Glass, 2016’s Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, 2017’s Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between, and 2018’s Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination. 

Freshman year: She's been a mainstay at the Met Gala since her first appearance in 2015, above

Freshman year: She’s been a mainstay at the Met Gala since her first appearance in 2015, above

Theme party: Some of the past years' themes included 2017's Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of T he In-Between (above)

Heaven sent: Last years's theme Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination

Theme party: Some of the past years’ themes included 2017’s Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between (left), and 2018’s Heavenly Bodies: Fashion & The Catholic Imagination (right)

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