Gigi Hadid on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar
Supermodel Gigi Hadid appeared on the cover of the May issue of the American version of Harper’s Bazaar. The author of the photo session was the photographer Mariano Vivanco. In the pictures, the model poses in iconic images from new collections in the company of dogs. And the company during the interview to her was Blake Lively – the actress talked with Gigi about beauty, instagram and her design experience.
Blake Lively: How did you feel during the first collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger?
Gigi Hadid: I was very nervous, I almost fainted. I do not even remember how it all began. But I’m always open to new ideas. My manager constantly asks: “Well, do you have any strange plans for this month?”. I think that I could become a wedding decorator.
Blake Lively: Do not start without me! I like your vision, you have a beautiful instagram. But in my there is no single aesthetics.
Giji Hadid: For me, social media is a kind of chronicle, a gallery. I do not like it when people go to drink coffee to make a photo in instagram. You have to take a photo of what you are experiencing, not to experience something to take a photo.
Blake Lively: In social networks there is one more unpleasant moment – trolls.
Gigi Hadid: Yes, and usually their comments look absurd. But they can still hurt. Now people say: “I used to like the figure of Gigi Hadid, but now she’s on the side of the industry.” But I did not go on about the industry. Previously, and I liked my body. But after I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease, I had to start doing sports and eat right. And it was not easy, because all of my teenage friends went to McDondals, and they did not have any influence on them.
Blake Lively: Before you were called too fat, and now they say that you are too thin.
Gigi Hadid: If I could choose, I would like to regain my breasts, which I had several years ago. But you can not regret the past. I want those who read this now to understand that in three years your body will look different, you will review your old photos and think: “Did I look beautiful? Why did not I love myself so much because of what others say? “
Blake Lively: Or because someone compares himself with photos from the Internet. Being in good shape is part of the work of models and actresses. But we have access to nutritionists, the right food and fitness clubs. Sometimes on the set, I see that some thing is sitting on me badly, and they say to me: “Do not worry, we’ll fix it in photoshop.” I feel a little guilty about this.
Gigi Hadid: From my experience, I realized that your body will always change, and it will always be beautiful.