Lensed by famed photographer Henrique Gendre, the 20-year-old sports a 70s inspired look wearing a brown suede top, large earrings and minimal makeup as she stares intensely facing the camera. With styling by Luis Fiod, for the rest of the spread, Hadid flaunts ensembles of furs and blouses, glamorous gowns to hot pants, from the likes of designer brands such as Burberry, Dior and Giorgio Armani.
The editorial is a striking contrast to her V magazine shoot in which she posed seductively sporting bondage-inspired lingerie. “A year ago, if someone had told me I’d be on my third Vogue cover, including the Brazilian one, I would think it was a joke” she tells the magazine in a translated quote.
This is not the first time Hadid graced the cover of Vogue, she landed her first cover in June with Vogue Australia. On friday she took to her instagram to share the news with her fans.
What do you think of Gigi’s Vogue Brazil Cover? Check out some pics from the shoot and later sound of on twitter @fmd1_com using the hashtag #lovefmd.
Photo Shoot & Fashion Show Tips
"As a photographer assisting or shooting, I have seen colorful nails ruin a photo or cause the photographer to avoid a shot all together because the model had fingernail polish that just threw everything off. Yes photoshop could probably correct the problem, but...you don't want to rely on that. Natural is always better unless your nail color is a planned part of the shoot/concept."