The half-Palestinian supermodel is getting immortalised in figurine form.
If you’ve always wanted a piece of Gigi Hadid’s style, now you can get it—sat permanently on your shelf.
The supermodel is being turned into her very own limited-edition Barbie doll, to celebrate her ongoing collaboration with US designer Tommy Hilfiger.
The 22-year-old star, whose father is real estate developer Mohamed Hadid, said she was “so honoured” by the figurine, which is kitted out in a mini Hilfiger outfit.
“Seeing the doll for the first time was surreal,” the model added in a statement.
The doll, which was created with Barbie’s manufacturer Mattel, wears a scaled-down version of the look Hadid wore when she was first announced as a Hilfiger ambassador in 2016.
The model wore a hoodie, white shorts and sneakers from her debut capsule collection with the label during a catwalk show last September.
“The collaboration with Gigi and Barbie was an exciting new twist on our brand’s history of partnering with pop culture icons and our ongoing ambassadorship with Gigi,” said Hilfiger.
The TommyXGigi Barbie is available on tommy.com and Barbie.com from December 5 (RRP US$50), and at selected retailers around the world (we’ve put the feelers out to see if that includes UAE stores).
It’s not the first collaboration Hadid has under her belt either—the superstar revealed her first makeup collection earlier this year, which she’s produced with drugstore heavyweight Maybelline.
The hard-working model also unveiled her second collection of shoes with Stuart Weitzman just last month.