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Gigi Hadid landed the March cover of Vogue Paris, wearing entirely Chanel and not much Chanel for that matter. In one version of the dual cover, she's outfitted in a Chanel jacket. In the other, the only thing she has on is a pair of Chanel heels. And Chanel No. 5, of course.
"And here's the version where I'm wearing mostly Chanel N°5 ;) lol," Hadid wrote on Twitter. "What an honor and dream come true it is to be on the cover of French Vogue," the model continued in a caption for the other cover, thanking photographers Mert & Marcus and Vogue Paris EIC Emmanuelle Alt.
When she's not appearing in Zayn Malik music videos, Hadid's been racking up cover after cover and campaign after campaign. She's the new face of Versace, she walked in last month's Chanel couture show, and she posed sans clothes along with Joan Smalls and Lily Aldridge for a recent Stuart Weitzman campaign. Hadid also was named Models.com's Model of the Year.
In terms of covers, she's been a "Post It Girl" on the cover of W magazine, scored a Teen Vogue cover, and as Fashionista notes, she's already covered Condé Nast Vogue editions in the UK, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Spain, and Italy (that last one involved a blue clown wig and was much less glam than this Vogue Paris cover).