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Gigi Hadid Update: The catwalk queen and mother of one, age 27, has her hair styled to the ends and thick liquid eyeliner.

“I’m tired of seeing myself all the time,” she says in the accompanying interview, which has now appeared on 36 Vogue covers.

‘I’m tired of seeing myself the same way’: Gigi Hadid, 27, looked edgy for a Vogue Italia shoot as she posed in a Balenciaga bodysuit in images released on Thursday.



Statement: Lizzo previously wore a similar look from the brand after Kim Kardashian was plastered during Balenciaga’s Winter 22 show in Paris this March. Perhaps the most striking image from the shoot is a Balenciaga suit made of bondage tape, as well as a Gucci x Adidas corset top.

Another image, designed by Grace Coddington and photographed by Raf Pavarotti, features her face slightly protruding from a MAX MARA ATELIER pure wool coat.

Gigi Hadid

She’s also standing in front of a red brick wall wearing a tweed button up jacket and skirt with a tweed pink bag and leather straps by Chanel.

When asked if she enjoys playing a character rather than posing in a traditional way, she agrees. Yes, these are the best days,” she said. “I appreciate and enjoy photographs that aim to convey an authentic and true aesthetic, without makeup or anything else. “But I think a big part of what inspires people to join the industry and experience fashion as a source of inspiration is still the stories, where the storytelling is really powerful.”

And when discussing whether fashion now has more to do with humanity than glamour, she said: “Often, an outsider imagines fashion as a superficial system. Whereas I remember from those shiny images the moments in between, the ones when I’m on set and sharing my time with other creatives. It’s a really special moment.”


In addition to her modeling work, Gigi just finished filming the second season of Next in Fashion She said: “It’s coming out early next year and it’s been great to work on. The best part is getting to know designers when they are in the stage of their creative language, whereas before I was always used to getting to know them at a different point in their career.

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