Gigi Hadid: I don't have it all figured out

Gigi Hadid: I don't have it all figured out

Gigi Hadid: I don't have it all figured out

The ripped-from-the-runway look was the same black-and-gold mini that Gigi Hadid wore at Milan Fashion Week.

At the event, the 23-time Grand Slam champion presented Gigi Hadid with the Supernova award and expressed her admiration for the model: "Gigi, you are one of the few people on this planet I would leave my baby for (for one night) but for you, it shows how much you mean to me".

Gigi also chose a couture gown, wearing a gold embroidered Zuhair Murad from the Fall 2016 show.

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On Monday in NY, the tennis superstar made her first appearance since welcoming her daughter Alexis Olympia with fiancé Alexis Ohanian just 10 weeks ago.

The blonde beauty explained that although she experiences her fair share of doubt and heartache, it's important to remember that "a small idea" can transform her outlook.

While boyfriend Zayn, who she has just celebrated two years with, wasn't there, her mum Yolanda and brother Anwar joined her and Bella.

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Dedicating her prize to all the strong women in the world, Gigi concluded: "So tonight, I celebrate all of you being honoured and celebrate women all over the world".

After collecting her award from tennis ace Serena Williams, Gigi said: "I think my biggest responsibility, standing here, is to all the young women who are watching. And I want you to imagine the affect you have on the world", E! online quoted Serena, as saying. "And she's authentically herself", Serena added.

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