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Vogue Arabia’s Cover Stars So Far

With its digital launch in October 2016 followed by the first print issue debuting internationally in March 2017, Vogue Arabia’s launch has seen the likes of Gigi Hadid, Imaan Hammam, Pooja Mor, and Halima Aden take to the cover. Inez & Vinoodh photographed Gigi Hadid as you’ve never seen her before in a two-part Arabic and English cover for the March issue, followed by Imaan Hammam’s profile – captured by Patrick Demarchelier – for the April Power issue. May’s cover star, Indian supermodel Pooja Mor, follows suit for the issue entitled “Flash of Brilliance,” photographed by Ben Hassett and styled by Amma Trevelyan. For the Holy Month of Ramadan, the runway’s first hijab-wearing model takes to the June issue cover.

Halima Aden, photographed by Greg Kadel and styled by Paul Cavaco, is the face of the latest issue. Click through the gallery above to see Vogue Arabia’s story unravel in covers.

Gigi Hadid’s fashion fairy tale can be told in the scores of Vogue covers she has starred on, from Netherlands to Japan and, of course, the debut issue of Vogue Arabia, styled by Brandon Maxwell. See her Vogue covers so far:

No stranger to gracing the cover of Vogue, model Imaan Hammam has fronted the British, Chinese, American, and now Arabian edition of the magazine. For the April issue, Hammam – who has Moroccan heritage – showcased the Spring 2017 ready-to-wear collections. A regular hero on the international runways, the model has walked for Fendi, Moschino, and Balmain, to name but a few. Do your supermodel homework and click through Imaan Hammam’s greatest runway moments here:

Gigi Hadid can switch from elegant to urban It girl in one backstage outfit switch-up. See her runway CV here:

Imaan Hammam’s first cover shoot for Vogue Arabia


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