There’s some web vanity about the British Vogue photoshoot of Gigi and Bella Hadid. Yet this one isn’t that pleasant.
Internet commenters are feeling “uncomfortable” and view sisters’ photos as an “inappropriate”. As the USAtoday.com states, Hadid girls took part in a nude photoshoot for the magazine’s Maelrch cover issue. One of thousands Twitter user’s saying: “This photo of the Hadid sisters is making me super uncomfortable”.
This photo of the Hadid sisters is making me super uncomfortable pic.twitter.com/9FvxYntg7h
— la bella vita (@tiredofrumors) January 30, 2018
There were two professionals for girls to work with: the photographer named Steven Meisel and the stylist Joe McKenna. This work is the first dual cover of Hadids. Vogue presented a cover story with their interview. Journalists asked girls about various topics, including sisterhood discussing from under the spotlights. There’s just one thought from the interview: “She’s one of the only people I’ll get aggressive for,” Gigi told Vogue’s Giles Hattersley of Bella. “She makes me so proud. I would do anything for her.”
Yet the fans haven’t got an idea because of a photoshoot format. One of them wrote: “It is definitely inappropriate to have sisters posing naked together”.
Some also thought the covers looked photoshopped, especially Bella’s face.
“This seems so heavily photoshopped, their faces look completely different!” one user tweeted.
“They went overboard with the photoshop on Bella’s face. She is naturally gorgeous there is no need for editing,” another wrote.
“That doesn’t look like Bella…” another said.
Sisters reunited. As the most in-demand sisters in the fashion industry, it's more common to see @bellahadid and @gigihadid apart. However, the sisters reunited for the March 2018 issue of @britishvogue cover story. On sale this Friday. Stay tuned for more exciting announcem… pic.twitter.com/TIRxVT32Gn
— Edward Enninful OBE (@Edward_Enninful) January 30, 2018
Although they’re some difficulties in the way of fans processing it, sisters stayed firm at their decision and don’t plan to change anything. So we’re all waiting for the March Vogue edition to check the wide audience’s reaction.