Bella Hadid put on a breathtaking show as she posed on the latest futuristic cover of Vogue Italia’s May 2023 issue.
The supermodel, 26, sported her toned figure in a form-fitting blue dress with black and green panels for the magazine’s artificial intelligence special.
‘Beyond your wildest dream’ and ‘Bella and AI’ were printed over the double page, the background of which was generated by AI.
Other shots saw the runway pro walking through a miniature city in a sparkly red dress, wearing a matching see-through headpiece.
Bella was later seen donning a dress made from computer keys while leaning against a worksheet and typing on a keyboard.
Edgy: Bella Hadid put on a breathtaking show as she posed on the latest futuristic cover of Vogue Italia’s May 2023 issue
Wow! Bella was later seen putting on a dress made from computer keys while leaning against a worksheet and typing on a keyboard
Gang: She crawled across the floor and turned into a black and white striped number for a group photo with five models wearing the same outfit
Crawling on the floor, she changed into a black and white striped number for a group photo with five models in the same costume.
The unique photo shoot is the result of a creative collaboration between photographer Carlijn Jacobs, stylist Imruh Asha and the DALL-E Artificial Intelligence program.
It is backed by AI artist Chad Nelson, who has developed a fascinating way for human creativity and artificial imagery to interact, transcending the supposed boundaries of the imagination.
In this issue, Jacobs, Asha and Nelson explain the complex process that brought the project – which Bella herself was an integral part of, with some of her own inspirations – to fruition and discuss how AI needs human creativity because it doesn’t have emotions. has. or creative ideas other than those dictated by us.
As such, the ‘machine’ is an important tool at the service of humanity and, under constant guidance, will be able to positively revolutionize the fashion industry and other fields.
Bella’s latest campaign comes after she expressed public support for singer Ariana Grande after she pushed back on body-shamers.
The supermodel shared in the post that she is “very proud” of her singer, re-sharing the video posted by Ariana, 29, on her own feed.
In the video, originally shared on TikTok, Ariana referenced recent concerns about her appearance from fans — and assured that she was healthier than ever.
Giant: Other shots saw the catwalk pro walking through a miniature city in a sparkly red dress, while wearing a matching sheer headdress
And in support of her, Bella added her own comments while advising, “Instead of unsolicited advice or opinions, judgment or aggression, just try to lend a helping hand and be kind.”
Ariana appreciated the support and took to the comment section of Bella’s repost to sweetly write, “Love you and your big heart!!!!.”
Bella re-shared the video with her 58.5 million fans, writing: “@arianagrande🤍. you never know what someone is dealing with mentally or physically. Illness or depression. Sadness or heartache. You just don’t, and you’ll never know until you walk in their shoes for a day.
“Instead of unsolicited advice or opinions, judgments or aggression, just try to lend a helping hand and be kind. There’s always a reason for how people look/feel, so try to be gentle, especially if you don’t know someone or what they’ve been through. Instagram is not real and we need to look deeper and consciously remind ourselves that we are all just human beings doing our best.”
Bella urged fans to “remember that” when going to make “funny,” “mean,” or “annoying” comments that individuals should “remove” themselves from the conversation if someone is talking badly about another.
She concluded, “It’s so much cooler to be nice. I love you. And love you Ari. This is so important, I am very proud of you. It will help so many people. Thank you.’
Ariana, who spent the last few weeks filming the Wicked adaptation in London, faced comments from social media users pointing out her weight and suggesting that her face has changed over time.
But the hitmaker said the version of her body people compared her to was the “unhealthiest version of my body,” and she saw her current appearance as a major improvement for her health.
Be nice: Bella’s latest campaign comes after she expressed public support for singer Ariana Grande after she pushed back on body-shamers
Before she started, Ariana admitted, “I don’t do this very often. I do not like it. I’m not good at it.
“But I just wanted to bring up your concerns about my body and talk a little bit about what it means to be a person with a body and to be seen and given so much thought,” she continued. “I think we need to be softer and less comfortable commenting on people’s bodies no matter what.
This even included omitting positive compliments if they were too focused on someone’s appearance.
“If you think you’re saying something good or well-intentioned, whatever it is, healthy or unhealthy, big or small, this or that, sexy or not sexy, then we really need to work on not doing that so much.”
She suggested that her fans—and critics—should focus on less physical compliments, or just learn to “ignore” any traits in her and other people that they didn’t like.
“I think we need to help each other just be safer and keep each other safer,” she added.
But Ariana focused more specifically on herself, citing that despite what some of her fans might think, she thought she was in better health than she has been in the past.
‘I also want to say: one, there are many different kinds of beauty. There are many different ways to look healthy and beautiful,” she said. “And personally for me, the body you compared my current body to was the unhealthiest version of my body.”