The 35-year-old supermodel looked unbothered with the split — and public diss from the rapper that followed — when she was photographed landing back on her home turf.
Looking chic in an all-black ensemble, the newly single catwalk queen was spotted strolling through John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City on Monday after spending some time relaxing in London.
Wearing a runway-worthy trench coat, black slacks, and a matching top, Irina made heads turn with her stylish airport look, marking the first time she's touched down in the Big Apple since ending her relationship with Kanye.
Irina showed she's low maintenance too, rolling around her own suitcase — a very un-Kanye thing to do.
The model put on a brave face as photographers snapped away and caught her waiting like everyone else in baggage claim.
Their split came just days after the rapper reunited with his estranged wife, Kim Kardashian.
Their breakup also happened as fans patiently waited for his Donda album that was delayed time and time again.
When Kanye's tenth-studio album did drop, he compared Irina to Kim and seemingly took a swipe at the supermodel, referencing her more than once.
On his track Hurricane, he raps, "Here I go, actin' too rich, here I go, with a new chick" — a nod to his relationship with Irina.
Things take a turn on New Again when Kanye says, "'Cause you know you'd never live up to my ex, though" — a compliment to Kim, but also a clear message to Irina.
The supermodel got the hell out of Dodge following their breakup. First, making the unusual stop in West Hollywood, CA, a place only miles away from Kanye's home.
Then she picked up her bags and spent some time in London.
Now, Irina's back home in the Big Apple and ready to reunite with her ex Bradley Cooper and their four-year-old daughter Lea De Seine.
Meanwhile, Kanye is beefing with Drake, sporting his estranged wife's initials, and giving everyone the false illusion that he might get back together with Kim.