Once again, Yucatan is the scene of great productions, this time it was chosen by the world famous fashion magazine Vogue to make a photoshooting for its Latin American edition.
The city chosen by the magazine was Valladolid, which was enhanced with the beauty of the American model Gigi Hadid… and both, Valladolid and Gigi made the cover of Vogue’s most recent issue.
Vogue used a cowboy style setting, which was immersed in the colonial atmosphere of Valladolid.
Yucatan has been used by various artists for the realization of photo shootings and music videos, as was the case of Mexican singer Ximena Sariñana. She filmed in Progreso, Telchac, Homún and Sinanché the video clip for the song “Cobarde“, which belongs to her album “Where will the girls dance?”.
Recently, the Mexican singer and actress Maite Perroni, as well as Axel Muñiz and Juan Magán, filmed in Yucatán a video clip corresponding to the song “Sin ti”, which is a Warner Music production.
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Fiel a su esencia de equilibrio perfecto entre masculinidad y feminidad, el estilo cowboy nos transporta a un viaje en el tiempo, en el cual los holanes, el cuero y la gamuza protagonizan una historia de fuerza y seguridad. La modelo #GigiHadid se enfunda en un estilo vaquero que se sumerge en el ambiente colonial de la hermosa ciudad de Valladolid en Yucatán, México, y entre botas, sombreros y hebillas, se revive esta tendencia una vez más… #VogueJunio #VogueLatinoamerica Fotografías: @giampaolosgura Realización: @paulcavaco
Who is Gigi Hadid?
For those who do not know her, Gigi Hadid is considered one of the best models in the world. In 2018 she made the list of the 10 best paid models, with an annual income of 9.5 million dollars.
She is the daughter of Mohamed Hadid, a real estate developer, and Yolanda Foster, former model and one of the stars of the reality show “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”.
The young girl, who was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1995, is one of the best friends of Kendall Jenner and Selena Gomez. She was discovered by Paul Marciano, who placed her in front of the cameras when she was only 2 years old, when she hired her for the advertising of Baby Guess and Guess Kids. In 2012, he made the leap and became the image of the Guess Jeans campaign.
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