January is for Gigi

What’s Gigi Hadid‘s New Year’s resolution? Apparently to set the record straight for any skeptics leaving little doubt about her all-star rank, if her Victoria’s Secret runway debut wasn’t enough. The girl on fire adds another notch to her Vogue belt with the solo cover of British Vogue by Patrick Demarchelier just after her November Vogue Italia cover.  Versace keeps her in good company (to say the least) next to supermodel fixtures Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann shot by Steven Klein , while Stuart Weitzman‘s campaign features a stripped down Gigi between Joan Smalls and Lily Aldridge, further exalting her position amongst the forces of modeling. Add on her Numéro cover and it’s looking like it’s going to be a very Gigi 2016.


By Patrick Demarchelier (Art + Commerce) / Stylist Kate Phelan / Hair James Pecis (New York: D + V Management, London: D + V Management ) / Makeup Sally Branka / Nails Reiko Okusa


Gigi Hadid, Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann by Steven Klein (Art Partner) / Stylist David Bradshaw & Jacob K (Streeters London) / Hair Jimmy Paul / Makeup Lucia Pieroni (Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles, New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London)
By Steven Klein (Art Partner)



By Jean Baptiste Mondino / Hair Sam McKnight (London: Premier Hair and Make-Up, New York: Bryan Bantry)



Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Lily Aldridge by Mario Testino (Art Partner)

 

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2 Comments
  1. MDC should up to date their rankings then to put Kendal Jener And Gigi Hadid as New Supers ranking. Anywhere we see their face all magazines, all campaigns, all shows. Claudia Schiffer once said “for being a supermodel you must to be in every magazines at the same time”.
    MDC should put Erin Wasson, sice I´m child she is in the industry. She has been walked since Chanel, Versus, Louis Vuitton, Victoria´s Secret and other shows. iconic campaigns for Cartier, Chanel Eyewear, Balenciaga, Mybeline.

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