You’re about to see a whole lot more of the Hadid sisters at your local newsstand this month. With Bella gracing the cover of Allure and Gigi baring all on the cover of Vogue Paris, now Vogue China is the latest title to jump on the Hadid bandwagon. The publication hands its March 2016 cover to Gigi (who’s already on her eighth Vogue cover appearance) wearing head-to-toe Christian Dior, shot by Sølve Sundsbø. And the model has once again photographed beautifully as she poses up a storm.
But our forums quickly deemed this to be one of Gigi’s less superior covers. “Sick of her. Go away please. Awful cover,” anlabe32 declared at once.
“You know someone is going to fade away when at the beginning of her career she is this overexposed. I’m sick of Gigi also, and I don’t even dislike her… Everywhere a few seasons, then disappear. It’s like having a chicken pox: insufferable while you have it, but you know you are going to be over it soon and that it will never come back. You just have to be patient,” as Creative enthusiastically put it.
In the same frame of mind was DutchHomme: “She is overexposed/overhyped. The cover bores me and too much Photoshop.”
“This cover is bad, we’ve seen Gigi like this a million times before and it’s boring. NEXT,” demanded an underwhelmed Aizanara.
GreyVetiver wasn’t buying it, either, ranting, “She tries way too hard here. I genuinely think [Steven] Meisel is the only person who can make her look expensive. I hope this is the end of Gigi being everywhere in the fashion world. I’m dying to see real models back on magazine covers and blue chip campaigns.”
“This cover is not good at all. I’m sorry. It’s not even Gigi’s fault, TBH. It could be any model and it’d still be an awful composition,” mocked blueorchid.
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