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Exactly 1 year ago, on August 21, Bella Hadid Source was born. This fansite is first, because when I opened it there were no other fansites that were dedicated only to Bella. When I saw Bella at the end of 2015, I really liked her and I realized that she will have a good future in the modeling business.
Now we are celebrating our first anniversar and it’s amazing. Why? Because I love this site and Bella gave me the motivation to work on the site. Also I didn’t think that this site would be visited by so many people and Bella! Yeah, for this year we have achieved a lot. What exactly? Bella started follow us on Twitter, found out that we exist and visited the site.
I want to thank Bella. You inspire not only us, but also the younger generation. You are very beautiful, cheerful and with a good heart (I’m sure that you have a lot of good qualities). Also I want to thank my host, Free Fansite Hosting, for giving me the chance to run this fansite and make my dream come true!
And of cource I want to say a thank you to all my visitors! Thank you for your tweets, comments and for visiting the site. This is important not only for us but also for Bella, because you show your support and admiration.
Happy Birthday Bella Hadid Source!
Since Bella Hadid’s modeling debut in 2013, she has been in hot demand in the fashion industry. From red carpet to runway, 22-year-old model has handled the fame and scrutiny with poise and style. Nevertheless, it should be no surprise that powerhouse brand Penshoppe is one of the fashion brands that had set their sights on her. After launching her sister Gigi’s campaign last year, Penshoppe finally welcomed the younger Hadid sister into their brand’s A-list roster. The jet-setting model is now being launched in the denim campaign this August and we got to witness the making of this highly anticipated campaign.
Set in sunny LA, the location for the campaign shoot was surrounded with graffiti tagged walls and abandoned warehouses making it the perfect setting for the “Generation Now” collection. In the midst of the lights, cameras, and photo crew is the fresh faced Bella Hadid moving effortlessly with each click of the camera. However, this Malibu girl is not taking the shoot too seriously, you can see her lighthearted side as she tries to jump on the videographer’s skateboard in between changes. She laughs then jokingly tells the team “I dabble [in skateboarding]” as she skates away. Living in the public eye, its great to see this living mannequin be so sweet and kind in real life.
As the sun shifts from high noon to the golden sunset, you can tell that she knows all the right angles and can transform from sexy to playful with each shutter of the camera. At the end of the shoot day, we settle back in her trailer and talk about how she feels to be the face of such a prestigious Asian brand, who her favorite supermodel is, and how often she steals her sister’s clothes.
Who would you trade lives for a day?
I don’t know…I have to think about that one.
What’s your guilty pleasure song?
It’s probably “Attention” by Charlie Puth. I love it. It’s my favorite thing and I’ll always blast it. It’s amazing.
What’s your worst habit?
It would have been biting my nails but I stopped…I think…kind of…but that’s my worst habit.
Who’s your favorite supermodel?
Who was your first Hollywood crush?
What movie always makes your cry?
I cry every time at every movie. I can’t even pick one. (Laughs)
What’s your biggest pet peeve?
Its when people talk over each other… One person needs to talk at one time. (Laughs)
How old were you when you started wearing makeup?
I think 16.
How often did you steal your sister’s clothes?
I think now, not some much cause we kind of keep locks on our closets. (Laughs) But definitely as a kid we would get into lots of fights it. I think that’s the only thing we got into fights about was stealing each other’s clothes.
What trend did you used to hate but fell in love with?
Low-waist jeans. I used to not like low-waist jeans and now I think they are so cute.
Bazaar sat down with woman of the moment and face of Dior make-up Bella Hadid to talk all things beauty, from her product obsessions to her empowering beauty message…
Growing up, how adventurous were you with make-up?
“I wasn’t really into red lips or anything like that but I grew up in Malibu where we didn’t wear a lot of make-up. I always loved make-up and colour and seeing amazing eyeshadow looks on the runway though. In our Dior campaign, I’m wearing this beautiful blue shadow – but when you have someone like Peter [Philips, creative and image director for Dior] putting it on you, of course it looks incredible. But growing up, I was the opposite. I loved black eyeliner; I would really pack it on. My 14-year-old punk side was really proud of me.”
What beauty question are you asked the most?
“It’s funny because I guess I do this particular make-up look a lot – dewy skin with a little liner. People always ask me what my highlighter is. It’s the Maximizer* and I carry it with me everywhere and put it on my whole face. I had it at the Victoria’s Secret show and was putting it on all of the girls.”
Who was your beauty muse growing up?
“Looking back, maybe Elizabeth Taylor. Of course you have the 90s supermodels but also the women from the 40s and 50s who were kind of the ones that started doing the strong eyes and lips. When was Breakfast at Tiffany’s, the 50s or 60s? That whole Audrey Hepburn aesthetic was absolutely stunning, so that’s probably the direction I would go in.”
How do you look after yourself during and after shows?
“I’m pretty much at the end of fashion week now. My skin is tripping out and I think my hair got washed four times yesterday, so usually I like to do a lot of masks. I like to not wear make-up also. I have a few weeks off in August so I’m going to drink a lot of water, do a lot of detoxing and try and get my body back to the way I like it to be. So, lots of hair and skin masks and just giving my body what it needs.”
From your position of influence, what kind of beauty message do you hope to portray?
“I think that what’s so beautiful about make-up is that, if you love it and you feel beautiful wearing it, you can wear as much as you like. But if you feel you don’t need to or if you don’t like to, that’s also fine too. It’s something that can empower you if you want it to but if not then so be it. So the message towards young girls is to just be who you want to be. Make-up is a powerful thing and nowadays it gives so many girls so much confidence. It’s sometimes an intense subject but you can learn so much now and if you love it, you can learn exactly how do to it – but it should never be stressful. It’s a fun thing.”
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Bella Hadid has two seemingly attainable immediate goals: procure fast food and hang out with her friends. It’s an early July afternoon, and the 20-year-old model has just arrived in Arles, France for the opening of Dior, Art of Color. There are some minor roadblocks. We are at the secluded villa of Swiss heiress and art collector Maja Hoffmann. Lunch is a twee plant-based arrangement, garnished with edible flowers followed by a morsel of white fish. If, like me, your metabolism stopped humming at Hadid pace over a decade ago, the menu is a digestive blessing.
“All I want is a cheeseburger and chicken nuggets,” Hadid says, nuzzling her friend, the hair guru Jen Atkin. “I don’t even know what planet I’m on right now.”
In person, all of Hadid’s Instagram attributes are exaggerated to epic proportions; unreasonably long Bambi limbs, puffy lips, and poreless skin. Her hair, cropped too-short from a recent photoshoot, is coaxed back into a ponytail with blunt clip-in bangs. She is wearing some kind of all-white, all-Dior ensemble.
“Fuck you!” she says to my too-comfortable version of an all-white outfit later that day, tracksuit pants and a T-shirt. Dress for the job you want, I guess. Hadid and I are sitting in a bungalow at Le Mas de la Fouque where we are both staying for the exhibition. Dior creative image director Peter Philips is there, as is Hadid’s French modeling agent Julien Clisson.
“In the past two months I’ve had three days off,” she tells me. “I had Margiela yesterday morning and then shot a Vogue cover and went straight to Fendi and got on a plane and came here. I had 40 minutes off yesterday. I get tired.”
Understatement of the century.
According to Clisson, Hadid has accomplished in one year what some of his more seasoned model clients have been able to do in 10. In addition to Dior makeup, she is currently under contract with Bulgari, Chrome Hearts, Nike, and Tag Heuer. In so far in 2017, Clisson estimates she has shot around 10 fashion campaigns and 40 editorials.
“I also hate saying no to things, which is my worst quality,” Hadid says, as though answering the requisite ‘what’s your biggest weakness’ job interview question. “Right now it’s hard. It’s a lot.”
The work obsession, she tells me, comes from her parents, billionaire real estate mogul Mohamed Hadid and former model and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Yolanda Hadid. “I saw my dad come to America and have to start fresh and build up to what he has now. He left Palestine and came to America when he was older and started making the money he has now. People can say whatever they want about him, but I know how hard he worked to get where he is now.”
“My mom had to ride her bike to get to school every morning in Holland,” she continues. “There’s no way I can sit on my ass and do nothing. The only thing I can do to repay them is work as hard as they did. I never liked spending my parents’ money, so when I turned 17 and I was able to start having my own career, the only thing I really wanted was to be financially independent by the time I was 18, which I ended up doing.”
Eventually Hadid plans to channel her earnings into starting a charity and trading “this whole lifestyle” for mission trips. “I’ve done a lot of the goals I’ve had, but there’s always time to improve and things to do, and I won’t be done in a long time. I definitely have a lot to learn and a lot of things to move forward with.”