International supermodel, Gigi Hadid began her career as a toddler when she appeared in a campaign at just two years old. One year after moving to New York City, in 2014 she made her New York Fashion Week debut, and has since walked in shows at global fashion weeks in Paris, Milan and London for the industry’s biggest fashion houses.

Since then, Hadid has graced the covers of Vogue’s ‘Big Four’ titles (American, British, French, Italian) as well as countless international editions of the venerable title. Further select covers and editorials include Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, InStyle, W, CR Fashion Book, V, Adweek, Wall Street Journal Magazine and she has appeared on television programs around the world including Good Morning America, TODAY, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and more.

In addition to an extraordinary modeling career, Hadid also holds the title of designer after spearheading multiple collaborations with different brands including Frankies Bikinis, Reebok, Tommy Hilfiger, FAO Schwarz, and a charity-forward design initiative with footwear giant Stuart Weitzman – making her a true industry force to be reckoned with.

In 2014, Hadid won the ‘Model of the Year’ Award at the First Annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards, and a year later she won the “Model of the Year: Women (Reader’s Choice)” award at the Industry Awards. In 2016 she won the ‘International Model of the Year’ at the British Fashion Awards and in 2017 she was named one of Glamour’s ‘Women Of The Year’ and was honored with the first ever ‘Vanguard Award’ for her work with non-profit organization, Pencils of Promise. In 2019, she was honored at Variety’s Power of Women awards for her work with UNICEF.

Hadid has also spent some time behind the lens. The model turned photographer shot the Spring 2017 Versus Versace campaign; she stepped behind the camera for V Magazine’s 2017 Summer Issue; her fashion week backstage polaroids – which live on Gi’sposable, her Instagram account dedicated solely to her disposable prints – led to a collaboration with Miu Miu for their Fall/Winter 2020 campaign; and she lent her behind the camera talents for the 2022 Weekend Max Mara x Gabriella Karefa-Johnson capsule collection campaign.