Gigi Hadid and Kate Moss Joined Forces for One Epic Stuart Weitzman Ad
Gigi Hadid is on her way to Kate Moss-level supermodel status, so it was only a matter of time before the two icons teamed up in the name of fashion. Stuart Weitzman, who has worked extensively with both models in the past (the company even tapped the 22-year-old to design several of its latest wares), has finally captured both of the fashion moguls in a single photoshoot, and it’s every bit as OMG-worthy as you might imagine.
The resulting gorgeous black and white images, shot by the inimitable Mario Testino, will appear in the brand’s new spring 2018 campaign (also featuring male model Jordan Barrett), to show off new footwear including the Expert boots ($655), The Irises Loafer ($498), and the 100SquareFringeNudist sandals ($545).
If you’re excited about the collab, you’re not alone: Hadid took to social media to gush about working with Kate the Great, saying, “I had the great honor and pleasure of shooting the new @stuartweitzman campaign with the one and only Kate.” The caption was posted on a sweet behind-the-scenes snap of the two ladies laughing while clad in matching white blouses sans pants.
While the similarities between the two beauties were striking enough, Stuart Weitzman also shared a Q&A video where the industry moguls answered queries such as “What’s the first thing you do when you get on set?” (“Get coffee!”) and “What’s the first thing people would notice about your closet?” (For Moss, “It’s large;” Hadid, “It’s very colorful”).
You can expect to see the rest of the official campaign pics, which aim to capture “…the brand’s multi-generational appeal while showcasing the essential silhouettes of the season” in circulation soon, but for now, you can marvel at their combined greatness by watching these two goof around on set in the video below.
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(Photos via Stuart Weitzman/Getty)