Bella Hadid recently shared a shot from her latest Versace campaign, and fans have some questions about it. Namely, where the heck is Bella Hadid?
On Monday, Bella posted a photo of herself and two other models showing off the Italian fashion brand’s latest collection from Fall 2018. “Versace Versace VERSACE! I’m a little late, but wow! I couldn’t tell you much I love the @versace family & how happy I am to be a part of this campaign,” she captioned the shot before going on to thank some of the people who were integral in making it happens, like Donatella Versace and “beauty royalty” Pat McGrath and Guido Palau.
Bella is in the middle of the photograph, wearing a black and white Versace logo t-shirt, a black belted corset, and a mixed-print ballgown skirt with sheer black stockings underneath. She accessorized the look with a printed scarf and beret, a pair of leather gloves and lots and lots of jewelry. There is undoubtedly a lot going on in the photo, but commenters are wondering why Bella Hadid is almost unrecognizable.
Versace Versace VERSACE ! 🖤🖤🖤🖤 i’m a little late, but wow! I couldn’t tell you much I love the @versace family & how happy I am to be a part of this campaign. Thank you to my forever idols #StevenMeisel & @donatella_versace , the best styling by @kjeldgaard1 , beauty royalty @patmcgrathreal & @guidopalau , and the kings of casting @pg_dmcasting & @samuel_ellis . Love!!!! 🖤🖤🖤
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“GUYS WHERE IS BELLA?” asked one user. “Que? Bella is in this photo? She is unrecognizable.” agreed another. There’s an entire chorus of comments asking, “are you even in this pic?” and calling out the fact that Bella “doesn’t look like herself.” Some people even note that they originally thought it was Gigi Hadid in the photo, not Bella herself.
While sometimes the magic of an editorial shot is to make things looks out of this world, it definitely is Bella like we haven’t seen before. Of course, she always looks stunning and we want every single item in the shots.
Taken from Teen Vogue. Read the original here.