Bella Hadid is super angry that Vogue Australia quoted her without interviewing her

Bella Hadid recently blasted Vogue Australia for profiling her relative lack of new designer clothing in a new interview, declaring that it was only because she’s a model and had nothing to wear.

The model model model model model, who is Bella, Bella, and Bella again, told Vogue Australia that she has not yet found the “one brand that’s going to fit me and that’s going to be very versatile, like J.W. Anderson.”

“I’m just not ready to buy a new suit just because a cool ad came out in Vogue,” she said. “Sometimes I feel like it’s just pathetic, but I don’t get offended, because I understand [that people] have a place and they have their career.”

And then, Bella Hadid says that her mom, Yolanda Hadid, sat her down and told her, “Don’t be petty and petty and petty.”

Supermodel mommy. Making Bella Hadid feel quite down.

But Bella, who’s currently dating NBA player The Weeknd, of The Weeknd, and took Vogue Australia on a trip to Iceland, has never been petty.

In an Instagram post of herself in a leather dress, with Vogue Australia in the background, Bella Hadid posted this caption: “Seriously ugh but every girl needs to see this… Wearing a leather skirt and nude nude sneakers with the most beautiful tropical scenery #MyMomGotMeThisOfCourseTookUsToIceland #Vogue.”

Maxwell Strachan is a travel and lifestyle writer based in D.C. You can follow him on Twitter @maxwellstrachan or contact him via email: j[email protected]

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