Gigi Hadid Wore *Five* Outfits During the MMVAs, Each Cooler Than the Next

Gigi Hadid's Much Music Video Awards Outfits 2016

Gigi Hadid took time out of modeling/serving relationship goals (opens in new tab) to host the iHeartRADIO Much Music Video Awards, and—like any normal person would—she viewed the gig as a chance to wear all the outfits ever. Just, all of them. More outfits, less problems, basically.

While Gigi started the night in a gorgeous Mugler suit (opens in new tab), her awards ceremony looks had slightly more of a "tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999" vibe.

First up, Gigi's Uel Camilo crop top and low-rise pants, which look like they came straight from Britney Spears' music video for "Oops...I Did It Again." Question: is Gigi a time traveler, y/n? 

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Next, this gorgeous August Getty Atelier outfit, which proves you can totally match your coat, shirt, and pants—and get away with it.

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Gigi also wore a lovely Elisabetta Franchi coat, which she paired with white pants, gold heels, and a Jennifer Fisher choker.

And this Dion Lee jumpsuit, which is also totally a wetsuit. 

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But our favorite look of the night was this shimmery turtleneck mini, the designer of which we have yet to place. For now, let's assume it was built by mice and birds, since Gigi is clearly Cinderella IRL.

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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.