Hailey Bieber Wears a “Nepo Baby” Shirt Out

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Sculptures and paintings speak for artists. Through their words, writers are heard. And Hailey Bieber expresses herself through stylish fashion; the model has provided her stylish take on the “nepo baby” debate.

The words “Nepo Baby” were scribbled in blank ink on Bieber’s cropped baby t-shirt, which was as white as a white paper as Hailey was spotted in Los Angeles last week. The shirt was clearly intended to be the focal point of the ensemble. The rest of it, while in a very low-key manner, is all expertly trendy.

She accessorized the ensemble with a belt set with gaudy jewels and accessorized it with a black Prada shoulder bag, a pair of light-wash boyfriend jeans, black lug-sole shoes, and the top. Her casual beauty look comprised a dark nude lip and a fresh-faced complexion.


Later that day, the celebrity was seen shopping with her best friend Justine Skye, replacing the tee with a skimpy crop top and adding a chic leather coat. Skye, meanwhile, sported a bright red coordinated outfit consisting of an athleisure top and coordinating leggings.

After all, Baldwin is a member of one of contemporary Hollywood’s most illustrious families. Her three uncles Alec, Daniel, and William are all well-known actors in addition to her father Stephen Baldwin. Less well known is the fact that Eumir Deodato, a pianist and composer from Brazil, is Justin Bieber’s maternal grandpa. He’s collaborated with everybody.

When Bieber, née Baldwin, initially started her modeling career in the 2010s, she was criticized and charged with nepotism. She hasn’t spoken about her ties to her family in particular, although she did bring it up in an interview she did with Gwyneth Paltrow on her YouTube channel.

“As the child of somebody [established in Hollywood], you get access that other people don’t have, right? So the playing field is not level in that way,” Paltrow said. “However, I really do feel that once your foot is in the door ― which you unfairly got in ― then you have to work almost twice as hard and be twice as good. Because people are ready to pull you down and say ‘You don’t belong there’ and ‘You’re only there because of your dad, or your mom,’ or whatever the case may be.”

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