Bella & Gigi Hadid Aren't Competitive At All About Modeling Gigs, Because Sister Love Is The Best

Clearly, the Hadid family has been blessed with the genes for beauty as well as success! Gigi and Bella have overthrown the fashion world with their own unique styles, charms and talent. With so much good happening in a single family, one can’t help but wonder if the runway has enough room for both striking sibling supermodels?

In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Bella revealed that there is no room for sibling rivalry when it comes to being on top of the fashion game. “Most of the time, our markets are completely different and if we get booked on a job and she gets it or I get it, we’re both happy for each other,” Bella explained. At first glance, Bella and Gigi’s style brandings differ starkly, with Bella sporting a darker, sleeker wardrobe throughout her photo shoots, while Gigi aims for a warmer, bubblier aesthetic. The sisters’ differences, after all, are what makes their styles so unique and inevitably ups both of their values in a variety of markets. Still, Bella considers her and Gigi’s open happiness for each other’s accomplishments as something that makes for a far more cohesive work ethic and partnership.

“There are enough jobs in the world for both of us. There’s no reason for us to be mad at each other or competitive. So, if she gets it, then good for her,” Bella continued. Now that’s a winner’s attitude in our book. The Hadids not only encourage one another to pursue their own successes, but they value each other’s company in the fashion world. In fact, they can’t live without it. “I feel it's hard to be in a business by yourself…the fact that I have her with me at all times, I can call her and ask her about things, is so amazing,” Bella remarked. We could all learn a lot from the Hadid sisters; the professional world can seem competitive but Bella and Gigi’s strong sibling bond proves that to be successful, maybe all you need is love.

Iesha Ismail is currently a junior double major in English and Women's Studies at the University of Florida. Iesha is a Feature Writer and Style Blogger for Her Campus National and Features Editor for Her Campus UFL. She is an Editorial Intern for Ecophiles Media as well as a Writer for UF Sparks Magazine. She loves to observe nature and fashion as inspiration for all kinds writing she's into. Fashion, culture, drawing, and animation are just a few of the passions she plays with on the daily. Whether it's writing colorful stories or sketching in her worn out sketchbooks, Iesha always dabbles in anything art.

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