Bella Hadid Just Landed Her First 'Vogue' Cover

The model covers the Turkish edition's May issue

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Bella Hadid has just reached a major modeling milestone: At the age of 19, she’s landed her first Vogue cover, gracing Turkey's May 2016 issue. 

The photo, shot by Sebastian Faena and styled by Vogue Turkey editor Konca Aykan, features Hadid stepping through a door in an all-white, sultry head-to-toe look by Givenchy, draped in jewels by Istanbul-based jewelry brand Gilan. The retro look screams Sandy à la Grease—her curled pompadour quite an ode to '80s beauty.

Check out the glamorous cover, below:

 

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Hadid has been making some serious waves in the modeling industry recently. She already has a few major campaigns under her belt, most notably with Marc Jacobs and Balmain, and has landed multiple international covers, such as her recent Bowie-inspired Harper’s Bazaar Korea cover amongst others. Let’s also not forget her and older sis Gigi’s iconic Chanel couture runway debut at the Spring 2016 show this past January. 

She’s on her way to catching up to her to sister, who’s already covered a whopping 12 editions of Vogue at the age of 21—however, neither have graced the U.S. edition of the glossy as of yet. Who will get there first? A possible double cover, perhaps?