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Jada Pinkett Smith, Olivia Culpo and Philipp Plein paid tribute to legendary NBA star Kobe Bryant during Milan Fashion Week in Italy.

The 42-year-old designer and Jada, 48, wore matching bedazzled Kobe-inspired purple hooded jerseys with his number 24 on the front.

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Jada walked the runway wearing sequined pants, a black lace top and black leather cropped motorcycle jacket, all from Philipp Plein's Fall/Winter 2020-21 Collection.

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Olivia, 27, wore a purple throwback jersey with the number 24 to honor the Lakers legend. Like Olivia, the other models wore throwback jerseys, which featured Kobe's number 24 and the Lakers' team colors.

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Jada teased the look in a post on her Instagram stories.

"I got to honor an icon tonight with @philipppleinofficial," she wrote over a video of herself wearing the sequined purple hoodie.

She added: "Thinking of @vanessabryant and the girls. All proceeds go to Mamba & Mambacita Sports Foundation."

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Supermodel Bella Hadid was spotted wearing a face mask on her flight out of Milan amid fears about the coronavirus outbreak in Italy.

Three coronavirus deaths near Milan and 150 confirmed cases caused panic in the streets in Italy.

Officials quarantined 50,000 people in 12 northern towns after three patients died from the disease over the weekend.

Designer Giorgio Armani cancelled his Milan Fashion Week catwalk show as Italy battles the coronavirus outbreak.

Armani wasn't taking any chances. He disinvited guests to his Fall 2020 runway show and will show off his latest collection via a livestream on the brand's website and social media pages, WENN.com reported.

Label bosses announced the cancellation early on Sunday morning, Feb. 23, stating the decision was taken to "safeguard the well-being of all invited guests".

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Bella wasn't taking any chances. The 23-year-old model, her sister Gigi Hadid and their mother Yolanda caught the first thing smoking out of Italy after the three deaths were announced.

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The stylish women looked anxious as they hurried to catch their flight while accompanied by bodyguards.

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Supermodel Bella Hadid strut her stuff on the runway during the Alberta Ferretti S/S 2020 runway show as part of Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy.

I love the looks in this collection. Your auntie would rock every outfit, except for the dresses.

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Bella, 24, is currently single after breaking up with emotionally unavailable 30-year-old singer The Weeknd.

The couple called it quits in August after dating on and off for four years.

A rep told Us Weekly "Bella isn't dating anyone at the moment. She is so busy traveling and working nonstop and she's mostly focused on her career right now. She still has feelings for The Weeknd and there's always a possibility that they will get back together down the line, but for right now, she's single."

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Fears spread in Milan, Italy as a suspected case of the Coronavirus arrived at the infectious diseases department at Sacco hospital in Milan, where Milan Fashion Week events are underway.

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What, me worry? Supermodel Bella Hadid shows little concern as news of six Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases spreads through Milan, Italy during Milan Fashion Week. The 23-year-old model is a favorite of runway fashion designers.

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'Riverdale' actress, Camila Mendes and her new boyfriend were spotted leaving Salvatore Ferragamo boutique during Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy.

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Models holding face masks and wearing goggles are seen modeling the new high fashion anti-contamination wear called "GET CONTAMINATED by Made in Italy."

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Six new cases of the deadly virus were confirmed in the northern region of Italy on Friday. A 38-year-old man is in critical condition in intensive care. None of the sickened Italians visited China.

Officials are testing hundreds of people who came in contact with the sick in the northern Lombardy region.

The six cases are the first known local transmissions of the potentially deadly illness in the country. Residents in the northern region are being told to stay in their homes.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a highly contagious pathogen that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in humans. The virus is believed to have escaped from a level 4 biohazard laboratory in Wuhan, China in December.

Chinese officials report over 2,000 people have died from the disease so far. But American officials suspect the number of deaths is much higher - maybe in the tens of thousands of deaths.

The virus uses Angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) receptors to gain entry into human cells. It replicates rapidly in the lungs, causing death from respiratory arrest or multiple organ failure.

People with an abundance of the ACE2 protein in their bodies are more susceptible to the virus.

The signs and symptoms are fever, cough, shortness of breath, headaches, and diarrhea.