Bella Hadid might be up for some really wild brown lines.
The brunette beauty covers the latest issue of iD magazine and for her shoot she took to the beach wearing a really tiny Jacquemus bikini top.
Comprised of nothing but thin chain straps and two playful charms to cover the nipples — a yellow sun and a brown heart — the skimpy style borrows from the brand’s equally colorful “Le Collier Pate à Modeler” necklace ($1,035).
Known for her daring swim styles, Hadid sported the dazzling top with a white cutout shrug and a floor-length canvas skirt that exploded with tulle.
On Thursday, the 25-year-old model shared a slew of Instagram snaps showing off the look from multiple angles.
“The top is cute, but honestly looks super uncomfortable,” one fan commented, while another burst out, “I could never do that by flashing everyone.”
The style star’s mother, “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” alum Yolanda Hadid, dropped a series of heart emojis next to a well-deserved fire.
“I’ve had a dream of being on the cover of @id for ~almost~ my entire career,” the youngest Hadid sister wrote on Instagram, calling the magazine a “chic, cool fantasy with a touch of badass.”
In the interview, Hadid discusses her struggles with body image and mental health, as well as her upcoming acting debut in Hulu’s “Ramy” and her Palestinian heritage.
“My Palestinian side, when it comes to fashion, has been largely ignored,” she told the glossy. “I have felt the effects of speaking for the Palestinian people, but I will continue to do so until it helps to make real progress.”
Hadid added: “A few companies won’t work with me anymore, and a few people may think I’m crazy. But that doesn’t bother me and it’s nothing compared to what the Palestinians suffer on a daily basis.”
The fashion star previously said she regrets the nose job she got at age 14, telling Vogue earlier this year: “I wish I had kept my ancestors’ nose. I think I would have grown into it. ”
Aside from the rhinoplasty, Hadid insisted she has had no other plastic surgery procedures. “People think I’m completely f-ked with my face because of a photo of me as a teenager looking puffy. I’m pretty sure you don’t look the same now you did when you were 13, right?” she then asked.