Gigi Hadid recreated Anna Wintour’s very first cover of American Vogue back in 2014 and now she’s giving us major Christy Turlington and Yasmeen Ghauri Vogue cover vibes on her first cover for 2018. Making a stunning return to Vogue Germany on the newly unveiled January issue, Gigi looks every inch the supermodel. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, she models an embellished Versace catsuit (from Donatella’s ‘Gianni Tribute’ collection for Spring 2018) adorned with vintage Vogue covers while paying homage to both Gianni and the 90s supermodels.
The majority of our forum members had nothing but praise for Gigi’s latest. “I like it, and really excited to see Versace dominate covers in 2018,” said MDNA immediately, showing the cover some love.
“WOW! I love this, a great way to start off 2018! Looks like Gigi won’t be on the slowdown for next year,” noted RanThe.
Sharing the same sentiments was Miss Dalloway: “Fantastic cover to open up a new year, everything here works for me.”
“Actually love this. The catsuit is ludicrous, but it’s also such a fun throwback to early-90s Versace that I can’t hate it. And Gigi is the perfect model to embody that look,” forum member happycanadian said.
“Oh, I like this. 90s vibe for sure,” added Khabeer.
Although not everyone was here for the outcome. “The Versace is selling it. Gigi may as well be a living blow-up doll because she isn’t giving anything! The clothes shouldn’t outshine the subject, but they did in this instance,” voiced GivenchyHomme.
“I don’t see what y’all are gagging over. This is average at best. She’s bringing nothing to this shot,” slammed orchidee.
“My only problem is too much hair in her face. Otherwise, I like it and it’s always nice to see Gigi, she definitely is a supermodel!” reasoned Srdjan.
Await more from Gigi’s cover story and let us know your thoughts here.