No One Can Figure Out Where Gigi Hadid’s Arm Ends In New Vogue Cover Shoot

by Taylor Ortega

Something has happened to Gigi Hadid's left arm and we're all going to act normal around it, OK?

Stop making that face. It's just a very long arm. There's really nothing to see here.

Yes, all right, sure, Gigi's arm stretches across the cover of the March issue of Vogue like the Mississippi River — crawling across fellow models' bodies like they're middle America — but, you know, it's cool. Whatever.

Geeg posed beside Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner, Imaan Hammam, Adwoa Aboah and Vittoria Ceretti for a beach-y cover that also repped a strong mime vibe.


The models beautifully represent women of different races, sizes and arm lengths in an issue celebrating “Fashion's Fearless Females” and kicking off “125 Years of Vogue.”

Readers, meanwhile, are suspicious of Gigi's limb.

Maybe an accident in the kitchen permanently affected Gigi's arm length. I don't know enough about the culinary world to definitively say whether that's a possibility, but I know she made Yorkshire pudding for British Vogue this week.

Coincidence? Actually, yeah. During her pudding tutorial, Gigi admitted her greatest fear to herself.

She said,

For me to be like, 'What should I cook today? I can make anything!' and then, they tell me what to cook and then I screw it up.

K, Geeg. It sort of seems like your greatest fear should be the one where your arm never stops growing and, eventually, you have to buy a wheelbarrow and pay your sister, Bella, to follow you around like a bridesmaid (except instead of carrying your dress's train, she's just wheeling your left arm around town behind you).

Gigi's arm may never be the same, but with it, she heralds a new era of fashion: an era of inclusivity and really long sleeves.

Carry on, you beautiful spaghetti bowl of a woman. Wrap us up in your noodle arms and never let us go.

Citations: People are very confused by Gigi Hadid's hand on the cover of Vogue (Metro)