Gigi Hadid has taken the modelling world by storm, and her latest campaign for Seafolly saw her sizzling in the brand's luxurious swimwear campaign. The 20-year-old has managed to once again floor fans after sharing a photo from the campaign, before any retouching happened – and the rising star looks as incredible as ever.
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Gigi Hadid shared a behind-the-scenes snap from her Seafolly campaign
The blonde beauty took to Instagram to share the photo with her 4.7 million followers, giving fans a glimpse behind-the-scenes of her photoshoot by posting the snap of a computer screen with all the different photos taken on the shoot. In the main photo, Gigi wows in a bright orange one-piece with mesh panelling that showcased her enviably slender figure.
"Straight from the camera, throwback to shooting the new @seafollyaustralia campaign x," she captioned the picture.
There's no doubt that Gigi has been making major waves in the industry – not only is she currently the face of cosmetics giant Maybelline New York, but she recently was unveiled as the face of Balmain's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign.
Gigi and her sister Bella joined a line-up of stylish sister duos including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, as well as Joan Smalls and her sister Erika.
Gigi and her sister Bella star in Balmain's Autumn/Winter 2015 campaign
In the striking new pictures, shot by renowned photographer Mario Sorrenti, the daughter of reality TV star Yolanda Foster looks every inch the supermodel, showing off her enviably toned figure in one of Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing's colourful sequinned bodycon dresses.
Despite her ever-growing international success, Gigi has remained remarkably grounded, and previously admitted that she tries to stick to a simple routine even before major red carpet events.
"I definitely strive to be a low-maintenance model," she told HELLO! Fashion Monthly. "Some girls have their hair and make-up artist arrive five hours before an event, but I aim to do it two hours max. I'm not trying to wake up at 7am for a 7pm event."