Gigi Hadid covers the first ever issue of Vogue Arabia

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Hadid recently took a break from her packed schedule of shows and promoting her Tommy Hilfiger x Gigi Hadid collaboration and visited Disneyland Paris with Malik and sister, Bella.

What do you think of Gigi Hadid on Vogue Arabia's first cover?

Look ahead to see pictures from the inaugural issue and pick up a copy of Vogue Arabia's March issue when it hits stands on March 5.

It seems there could be no better choice for Vogue Arabia's first cover than Gigi Hadid, because, as E!

Sharing her thoughts on the issue, Hadid said that she found it lovely for the magazine, as global as it is, to celebrate and share fashion with different cultures in the world. & learn and grow in doing so. Kendall Jenner showed off two different looks, trading a mesh, sheer ensemble and snakeskin boots for an all-over alligator printed number in edgy black.

And she nailed the cover.

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American lifestyle and fashion magazine Vogue this week launched its first-ever Arabic issue and fashion supermodel Gigi Hadid features on its cover.

While lots of people shared Bare's sentiments, the cover has received some backlash on social media.

It will be distributed in several Middle East countries, including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and the United Arab Emirates.

"Vogue Arabia just gonna be another Vogue".

The model has even been accused of cultural appropriation, an accusation levied against another model, Karlie Kloss, last month for a Vogue photo shoot meant to celebrate diversity. There's now a heavily attended Islamic fashion festival, and plenty of young Muslim women designing and showcasing fashions on runways in New York, Paris and Milan.

Hadid explained how the cover relates to her own heritage and to the larger fashion community and conversation.

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