Not only were all eyes on Gerber’s seafoam green sports bra and legging set, but on her newly dyed platinum blonde hair that she tied up in a loose ponytail.
With several events being canceled due to the pandemic, the 18-year-old has time to switch up her look. Besides her hair, Gerber’s also been experimenting with stick and poke tattoos.
In recent years, Cindy Crawford’s daughter has accumulated quite a collection of tattoos. But due to the current lockdown, she’s had to get creative.
“I’ve been struggling because one of my favorite pastimes was going and getting tattoos, and nobody’s been able to do that,” Gerber told Glamour. “So in the meantime, I gave myself a stick and poke, which I do not recommend.”
She continued, “I think I have a newfound appreciation for tattoo artists. It’s not easy.”
Due to the complexity, Gerber started with something small. “I didn’t get too ambitious. I gave myself a dot, just so I could be like, ‘Alright, I got a tattoo this month, I’m cool,’” she confessed.
Gerber’s tattoo collection consists of very subtle designs. She has a dainty floral arrangement on her wrist, “Strawberry fields” on the left side of her back, “Jordan” on her upper-arm, and a detailed heart on her forearm, to name a few.
Gerber’s brother, Presley, recently made headlines for getting “misunderstood” tattooed on his cheek.
After showing off his face tattoo, the 21-year-old received criticism online.
“Most and a lot of people can get a face lifts, change genders, lip injections, etc and it’s offensive to say anything in today’s day in age but I get a little face tattoo and now people love to hate me.. Hmmmm?,” Gerber wrote defending his tattoo on Instagram.
Like his sister, Gerber’s followed his mother’s footsteps. He made his runway debut for Moschino in 2018 and is currently signed with IMG Models.
Besides giving herself a tattoo in quarantine, Gerber started a virtual book club with some of her friends and fans.
“I know we are all feeling isolated right now, so I was trying to think of easy ways we can stay connected (beyond just scrolling) and decided i’m gonna start a book club,” she wrote on Instagram in late March.
She continued, “I read a lot on my own, but would love to be able to talk to you guys about it… so every week i’m gonna post a book to my stories and the following week i’ll jump on live (sometimes with a friend, writer, guest etc.) so we can all talk about the book that week!”
The first book she chose was Sally Rooney’s “Normal People.”
Since starting the club, Gerber’s collaborated with some well-known celebs, including Lena Dunham who joined the model on Instagram Live.