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Olivia Rodrigo and Supermodels Heat Up Art Basel in Miami

Here’s how the fashion-forward stars stay fit

What do you get when Saint Laurent throws a party at the hottest art event of the year? The top stars and supermodels showing off their famous figures in to-die-for designer duds. Olivia Rodrigo, Hailey Bieber, and Zoe Kravitz were just a few of the A-listers who hit the Saint Laurent Rive Droite Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, modeling looks from the iconic fashion house. Read on to see the 5 top looks of the night, learn about how each of the celebrities stay in shape, and see the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


Olivia Rodrigo

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Olivia Rodrigo rocked a black ultra-mini shift dress, showing off her legs-for-miles. A long time vegetarian, the Grammy nominee revealed in an interview with Teen Vogue that she likes to go on jogs and does ab work. "I am a terrible runner but it's the thought that counts," she said. 


Hailey Bieber

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Hailey Bieber's model body was on display in a body-conscious floral jumpsuit. The catwalk crawler attributes her fabulous figure to rigorous workouts, including boxing, strength training at The Dogpound, and also pilates. She also tries to eat fruits and veggies whenever she can. "I tried a plant-based diet for two months during quarantine," she recently told Harper's Bazaar. "I felt great and I had a lot of energy, but it was not for me. I don't eat a strictly plant-based diet and I do still eat meat. I just don't eat a lot of it. I've picked up more fish, greens, and lentils." You will find her eating "a lot of vegetables and fish, not much meat, minimal dairy," she added to Byrdie. "I just feel better when I eat that way." 


Zoe Kravitz

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Zoe Kravitz opted for a short geometric mini with an asymmetric hemline. The actress Zoe revealed to Harper's Bazaar that she generally works out either first or last thing in the morning. "I try to work out when I first get up. Otherwise I'll go late at night, like 10 P.M. I think it helps me sleep, and it's very important to sweat and move your blood," she explained. And, her method is wuite moderate. "My gym in Brooklyn is really small, and I'll just go on the elliptical for 30 minutes, long enough to work up a sweat, and then I'm good. And I do stretches and sit-ups at home, like leg exercises and stuff," she added. "I've worked with a lot of trainers over the years for shows and films, so I know enough about fitness to do things on my own at this point," she said.


Amber Valletta

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Amber Valletta also proved that a little black dress can go a long way in showing off a fit figure. The former supermodel looked incredible in her feather shouldered LBD. Amber eats a healthy diet, consuming green juices, raw almonds, and whole wheat wraps. "I eat really clean and really simple: brown rice, a quinoa bowl, grilled fish, veggies, a big salad," she told Allure in 2014. "I appreciate fine foods, but that's not how I eat day to day."


Anja Rubik

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Supermodel Anja Rubik opted for a form-fitting black romper, perfectly accentuating her famous figure. "I do a lot of weight lifting actually—I love it," she told Vogue about her daily routine, which focuses on arm, leg, and core-toning exercises using multiple sets of free weights and an old-school barbell. "I'm naturally very thin, so it's hard for me to put on muscle. Weight lifting was something that everyone told me not to do [as a model]. But I've tried so many things throughout the years and it's really the best one for my body." 

Leah Groth
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