Gigi Hadid, the very real daughter of a very real housewife of Beverly Hills, Yolanda Foster, is a burgeoning supermodel. Like legions of people who bought their way into the industry before her, Hadid has finally got the honor of landing a Vogue Italia — or Vogue Italy for all you philistines — cover. The cover image was shared by her mother, Yolanda Foster on Instagram, with either a weirdly adjusted contrast and saturation or Hadid's fake tan did border on a little too dark.
Hadid herself is a white passing woman of color, but there is something about this cover that makes you feel a little uneasy. Hadid's tan was so dark, in fact, that the neon turquoise afro wig added an element of Rachel Dolezal-turned-clown. The whole affair is very glamorous and scary indeed. Foster captioned the photo: "❤️Congratulations my love @gigihadid on your @vogueitalia cover by Steven Meisel #ProudMommy #BigGoals Accomplished☑️ #ThePowerOfPersonality."