Gigi Hadid Graces First Vogue Arabia Cover

Posted March 03, 2017

She later said in an interview with Teen Vogue that the experience wasn't easy.

Gigi closed her thoughts by thanking the Vogue Arabia staff for inviting her to pose for the magazine's first cover, sending her love and best wishes for a successful launch.

Gigi Hadid was revealed to be the cover star of Vogue Arabia's first-ever print edition issue.

Hadid appears wearing a scarf over her head in two different images for the front page of Vogue Arabia. She is a half Palestinian and in total, she has been on 16 issues of Vogue. Her eye makeup shimmers and adds another layer of dimension. Online likewise wrote that "instead of dancing and singing along to his music as her fellow models did, she maintained focus with little emotion".

However, the internet was both supportive and shocked about this cover. Others are saying her cover, which celebrated Middle Eastern fashion, is cultural appropriation.

The girls night out also consisted of a lot of picture-taking and people sitting around looking through social media on their phones.

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Below are some of the Twitter reactions to the cover, which run the gamut.

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The fact that Hadid is not Muslim but wore a hijab in the spread was problematic.

The covers are clearly divisive in the Twitterverse.

But some Instagram users urged the model to use her celebrity status and origins to champion the cause of Palestinians, many of whom feel they live under Israeli occupation in the West Bank.