Bella Hadid Strips Down for Vogue Paris
Plus, she declared her allegiance to team #FreeTheNipple.
Don't let the Dior turtlenecks on the cover of Vogue Paris' September issue fool you — the shoot, starring Bella Hadid and Taylor Hill — is still plenty sexy.
Inside the mag, which borrowed the "Generation Instagram" theme used by American Vogue in the 2014 September issue to describe its own "Instagirl" cover stars, Hadid posed sans turtleneck (and everything else, for that matter) in a black-and-white nude portrait photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
The 19-year-old shared the shot on her Instagram Tuesday, demonstrating her creativity with a few strategically placed roses. "#Freeingthenipple for our French Vogue cover with my brothers @mertalas & @macpiggott," she captioned the photo. "Thank you for opening my eyes to a new art form."
Hadid also posted a second, more covered-up photo from the spread in which she simply wears a moto jacket and pearl-encrusted slides — no need for photoshopped floral arrangements this time.
Meanwhile, sister Gigi had a Vogue photoshoot of her own for the American September issue, which the younger Hadid posted in support of her big sis.
The supermodels are clearly on fire, and they know it, too. In celebration of their own awesomeness, the Hadids created their very own "tour merch," which Gigi modeled for fans on Snapchat. No word as to whether the Barbie-inspired "Belgie" sweatshirt will be available for fans to purchase anytime soon.