Hours after gushing over the Barbie Doll in her name, Gigi Hadid is all set to drive social media crazy with her smouldering hot new look. On 6 December, she shared a series of photos on Instagram she shot for the German Vogue.
The 22-year-old model shared four images from her cover shoot all of which are dedicated to noted designer Donatella Versace. In one of the black and white photos, she oozes sensuality as she wears a printed dress with a plunging neckline and deep thigh cuts.
In the second image, a stunning Hadid wears a shimmery golden gown flaunting her toned legs. In the third photo (black and white again), she wears a one-piece bodysuit and looks aesthetically beautiful in butterfly printed ensemble. Her flowing hair in all her photos only add to Gigi's beauty and fans couldn't help but appreciate it.
"Hot as hell my queen," one of her 37 million followers wrote. "You look like a princess I hope u feel precious as one today. Everyone else who might read this, I hope you feel precious too," said another. "This is so beautiful," a third one added.
The pictures have since been liked by more than 150,000 people and many think the model has the potential to break the internet with her latest photo shoot. "That break off social media was really quick," one of her fans said. "Only you could make shorts on that angle look sexy," said another.
Though her photos are being showered with appreciation, the model thinks the definition of beauty should not pressure young girls. "Someone in my industry might be looked at as perfect but it's of huge importance to let little girls know that just because I'm winning this award doesn't mean that everything is figured out. I wake up on days and it's not necessarily that I feel like woman of the year every morning," Gigi said in November during her appearance on The Today Show after being Glamour's women of the year.
"You have to find the things that make you feel more powerful in yourself. Look up to women that inspire you for all different reasons. Whether it's going for a walk at 5 a.m. just to get some inspiration or donate your time to charity, or whatever that is [that makes you feel powerful]. We all have to find the power every day and it's important," she added.