Why the elongated face? Sullen-looking Nadia Bartel roams Melbourne in a baggy hoodie weeks after her brand Henne launched at Fashion Week
Her clothing brand debuted at Australian Fashion Week earlier this month.
But despite her recent professional triumph, Nadia Bartel looked utterly miserable as she ran errands in Melbourne on Thursday morning.
The former AFL WAG, 37, failed to smile as she collected her dry cleaning and visited a high-end grocery store.
Why the elongated face? Former WAG fashion designer Nadia Bartel, 37, looked completely miserable as she ran errands in Melbourne on Thursday morning
She could have been mistaken for a Kardashian as she pulled up in her Range Rover and then dashed past the paparazzi wearing expensive sunglasses.
The mother-of-two wore an oversized hoodie, black foam tights as she carried a box of groceries to her luxury car.
Nadia, the ex-wife of retired Geelong player Jimmy Bartel, also showed off her recent hair extensions during the outing.
Lifestyles of the rich and famous: She could have been mistaken for a Kardashian as she pulled up in her Range Rover then dashed past the paparazzi wearing expensive sunglasses
Nadia’s Scandinavian-inspired minimalist womenswear label Henne debuted at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney on May 13.
She told the Herald Sun the show window was a “very proud moment” for the brand she co-founded with her sister in 2019.
“When we launched Henne three years ago, I had always hoped that one day we could show at AFW,” Nadia told the newspaper.
Running errands: Nadia, ex-wife of retired Geelong player Jimmy Bartel, failed to smile as she picked up her dry cleaning and visited a high-end grocery store
“It’s incredibly exciting and a very proud moment for us to partner with the festival to present a collection that’s made for her, a collection that can be mixed and worn anywhere, anytime.”
Last year, Nadia was filmed sniffing a line of white powder off a cheap K-mart plate during one of Melbourne’s six Covid lockdowns.
Damning footage of the rally was mistakenly posted to Instagram by her friend and business partner Ellie Pearson.
Triumph: Nadia’s minimalist, Scandinavian-inspired womenswear label Henne debuted at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney on May 13. in 2019
She posted an apology on Instagram 24 hours after the video was leaked.
“Hi everyone, I let you all down by my actions,” Nadia wrote.
“I take full responsibility and pledge to take all necessary steps to ensure I make better choices in [the] future.
Nadia and three other women were each fined $5,452 for breaking lockdown rules.