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This is too much. Rest In Peace and love together, legends. Growing up a Kobe fan brought so much joy to my life, like so many, and we were all so excited to see sweet Gigi play someday. Sending strength and my deepest condolences to Vanessa, the Bryant family, and all the families affected by this tragedy.
WHO PUT ‘EM ON THE TOP ?? YOU DID. 📈🎸⚡️⚡️🎫 MOSCHINORAMA ft my rockstar babies @imaanhammam @bellahadid @kaiagerber @adutakech 💥💥 NEW @moschino hosted by queen @tyrabanks LIVE FROM MEISEL STUDIOS // w @itsjeremyscott @carlynecerfdedudzeele @patmcgrathreal @guidopalau THANK YOU ALL, I CHERISH DAYS LIKE THIS- joyful & so creatively fulfilling! Always an honor with these legends.
JPG was the first designer to welcome me onto a Paris runway, for his last ready-to-wear collection in 2014. Last night, all that gathered to celebrate his 50 YEARS & final Couture collection was a testament to what a worldwide icon and inspiration he is !!! I am so honored to have been a small part in your legendary creative vision @jpgaultierofficial THANK YOU for your warmth, spirit, and all the life and art you have shared with us. 💙
+ L’ANNÉE 97 + @jacquemus F/W 2020/21 Wearing these clothes, you can feel the true inspiration and understanding of dressing others Simon got, from making pieces for his mother, as a child- the first one in 1997. I loved hearing what this show meant to him, Jacquemus herself would be so proud! 🙏💛
I remember the first time I ever saw coverage of a @jacquemus show, I thought ‘WHO is that designer?!’ and have been a fan ever since (and want him to start a Home collection😆). Not only are his vision & collections an aesthetic dream and made impeccably, but he is just as kind, warm, and humble as I imagined. Thank you for having me Simon & @pg_dmcasting 💓 what an amazing show! & this dress is a winnerrrrr
Have loved every moment of years n years of you lighting up every room, getting each other through long days on set, and just getting-it🧠- no words needed. I am grateful and lucky to experience and create through all the chapters with you @lilmami_lani HAPPY HAPPY 25th YEAR - THE ULTIMATE ♑️ to my ♉️ bestiegurrll
Wishing the Happiest Birthday and a year full of light, good health, and adventure to my golden mamma (& matriarch to all our animal babies) @yolandahadid 🧡✨ I am honored and lucky to grow up learning from a woman like you. You surprise and inspire me more each year with all that you are capable of. Thank you for life and for its greatest gifts, @bellahadid & @anwarhadid :) WE LOVE YOU BEYOND WORDS!
Our last visit here in Senegal was this morning, in a village (Population: 237) just near the border of Guinea-Bissau. Here we met with dignitaries and female leaders of the village, and, along with the members of the Regional Hygiene Services, came to commend the village on the work they’ve done to improve community health and hygiene for themselves. UNICEF’s WASH Program has supported training and some material for the goal of every compound in the village having a latrine, two hand-washing stations, safer and more protected wells with product needed to purify the water, as well as educating and sensitizing the people of the village on the importance of these programs in order to prevent the spreading of disease, and mostly diarrhea - all projects that community members have built using their own material. The “Natural Leader,” shown in the above video wearing a red turban, has also been trained to educate local women on menstruation hygiene & precautions and has been supplied with reusable period-pads for the women of the village. Since the start of the training and services being implemented here, there has been a significant (almost total) reduction of adults and children suffering from diarrhea. This is one of 40 villages within the region that have had success with these programs, and with UNICEF support, the Regional Hygiene Service is on its way to cover the whole region with integrated actions on water, hygiene, and sanitation. They are also training community leaders to monitor pregnant women, pre-natal care, and malnourished children. We thank them for hosting us, sharing their stories, supporting these interventions and taking ownership of improving these conditions in their village. 💙🧼
Yesterday, at a Youth Center in Kolda, where we met with the Young Women’s Club who have recently completed a 12-day UNICEF supported Digital and Entrepreneurial Workshop where they learned video, website, podcast, and app making, and even how to build and program a robot!! Their presentations were based on themes they chose, of important messaging they have been discussing with the Youth Center, such as underaged-marriage and FGM. These girls were so inspiring ! & they want you to know that they are intelligent leaders, and just as competent as women from urban areas; they just want to be given the tools to succeed! They want to be doctors, lawyers, agriculture engineers, & journalists, (one girl even said she wants to work for UNICEF!!:)), and are inspiring more youth here to open often-taboo conversation topics to spread sensitization in their communities and families !! So grateful to them for sharing their stories and projects with us. As always, we ask permission of anyone whose photos we take and before our visits everyone present is made aware and asked if they’d like to take part. Also, my first question is always “What would you like us to tell the world about you?” to make sure the narrative is reflective of that. Huge appreciation for everyone who let us share their stories this week to help spread awareness about how and why UNICEF support is needed and how we can all help! 🧡 🇸🇳
Today we also visited a Maternal and Child Health Post in Bagadadji. This is one of 29 posts, there is one “Center” in Kolda and 5 health “huts” to support the 72 surrounding villages. These posts work mostly on child birth registration, vaccination, disease prevention, protection, free medical consultation for children under 5 y/o, and community sensitization on hygiene- all supported by UNICEF. This specific post was created in 1981 and serves a population of 16,208. There are 10 community workers that, among many other services, provide curative care for Malaria, and, if not given in-clinic, go house-to-house to deliver this lifesaving treatment. Women are usually brought to the post by their local health worker (trained 10-15 days in basic health, hygiene, pregnancy, immunization, etc.), and are assisted in the delivery of their child as well as pre and post-natal consultation. During their first prenatal consult, they are educated on the importance of registering their child’s birth; without it, a child can not get their citizenship, identification card, and cannot be accepted into the education system. Culturally, children here are named when they are 7 days old, so their first post-natal consultation happens on day 9, and that is when the mother, who brings identification of herself and the child’s father (health workers will assist in making sure there is another person accountable for the child if the father is not willing), will be given the final booklet of their child’s recorded information as well as educational material on child-care. They are then escorted to the nearby Civil Registry Office, where they receive the official Birth Certificate with the mayor. Lack of Civil Registration is one of the biggest issues faced here. About 1 of 4 children in Senegal are not registered, mostly due to lack of knowledge about it. We met with the local mayor (pictured above with record books dating back to the 80’s) who told us that, before UNICEF’s support of this program, only 25-30% of the children born in this village were registered at birth; now, almost 100% of them have the legal birth rights they deserve, and are being delivered at the .... (cont. ↓)
Our first stops this morning were to two UNICEF supported schools, one “urban” pre-school in Kolda and one village elementary school outside the city. The most impactful support from UNICEF for these schools is the teacher training and provided educational materials like “School-in-a-Box” (pictured). For the elementary schools in the villages, there are less kids and not enough teachers, so training includes teachers learning to handle dual-grade classes while still maintaining quality education. Previously, pre-school was something that only high-income families had access to. Studies show that children here who start at this level are more likely to go further with their schooling, but only 17% of children here have access to and attend a pre-school. As well early development education, French is introduced to their local dialect in pre-school, so they are up to date linguistically and more developed mentally and educationally when they enter elementary school. Because this prevents early school-dropouts and significantly improves learning outcome, it is important that community leaders spread awareness of where pre-schools are accessible (regardless of the families’ economic status), and educating parents on the importance of putting their child in school early; UNICEF is supporting rural communities in setting up their own local pre-schools and encouraging district education government in setting up pre-schools within elementary schools that already exist. The Education Chief’s main goal is equity and quality of education for these children. In the village elementary school, three classrooms accommodate about 180 children; this is where we were explained the major need for UNICEF funded teacher dual-grade training. At this time, 110 teachers have been trained (leaders say they are planning on training 180 more) in the surrounding areas of Kolda so that it is possible for the 286 multi-grade classes to function and educate as many children as possible.
Today we visited a @UNICEF supported shelter, for women and girl victims of abuse, in Dakar. After being raped and/or impregnated from a sexual attack, it is common that these girls are shunned from their families and kicked out of their homes. Some women travel from very rural parts of the country, some even coming from other countries (one girl we met today is from Libya). After traveling sometimes to many cities trying to find their ground, most girls learn about this home through word-of-mouth; no one will be turned down and they will be supported physically, emotionally, and psychologically here. Employees and volunteers of the shelter, lead by the founder Mona Chasserio and her colleague Danielle Hueges, shown in the photos, encourage the girls to share and find community through their hardship. They are taught to find the positive in their motherhood and relationship with their child, to love and care for them properly, and to nurture their passions, whether it be garment making, agriculture, sports, etc. and learn a skill set that will help them be able to enter the workplace upon their departure from the shelter. Not only have about 250 children been born in this shelter in the last 10 years (15 births have taken place between October and November of this year, and the youngest mother being only ten years old), but there are also orphans who are brought to this shelter by Senegal’s Ministry of Justice. Mothers and their children will stay at the shelter until it is agreed upon by themselves and the leaders that they have the confidence, strength, and skills they need to re-enter their communities, and orphans will stay til about 8 years old, when they are permitted by the government to enter a nursing home to be adopted. Their greatest tool is one called “Rapid Protection,” which is a 24/7 SMS system put in place by UNICEF that enables community members trained in child protection and this specific system (1,222 at this time to cover the 1.5 million people in this region) to be informants of abuse (physical, sexual, neglect, etc.) in their area. As soon as these cases have been reported through SMS, with the age and sex of the victim... (cont ↓)
I’m so happy to announce that the school in Dodi Papase 🇬🇭 was completed last month! Grateful to @pencilsofpromise and the local community for the opportunity to make this possible, and for your hard work on the ground to make this a reality. Every child deserves a quality education and a safe place to learn. 💛 Can’t wait to visit :)
For #REEBOKxGIGI Season II, I was inspired by Reebok’s 90’s ‘Boundless’ collection ⛺️ and the endless possibilities & wonder the great outdoors bring. These pieces are functional and effortless; I’m so excited to see the adventures they join you on !!!! Thank you all for your support of the first season, and to my @reebok family for the opportunity to continue creating in this space. Made with love, always. xG ⛰🍂⚡️ @reebokwomen @reebokclassics FULL COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE AT REEBOK.com/gigihadid (link in bio) and select stores Worldwide 👟
For #REEBOKxGIGI Season II, I was inspired by Reebok’s 90’s ‘Boundless’ collection ⛺️ and the endless possibilities & wonder the great outdoors bring. These pieces are functional and effortless; I’m so excited to see the adventures they join you on !!!! Thank you all for your support of the first season, and to my @reebok family for the opportunity to continue creating in this space. Made with love, always. xG ⛰🍂⚡️ @reebokwomen @reebokclassics by @chriscolls FULL COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE AT REEBOK.com/gigihadid (link in bio) and select stores Worldwide 👟
From UNICEF field visits to your first PFW show as a designer, you are a constant source of inspiration, creativity, and joy to so many. I am lucky to have a friend like you and proud to watch your star rise @austyn !!!!!!! The Vincent to my Julian ! Wishing you the greatest year 🌞 HAPPY BIRTHDAY STYNNIE love you long time
Stepping into @badgalriri’s @savagexfenty world is a celebration of every body, story, style, and personality, and I am so happy that millions of humans get to watch this show and know that they are beautiful for everything they encompass. Being a part of this opening section was an honor. THANK YOU RIH, we bow down. 👑❤️ Catch it now if you haven’t already or for the tenth time !! on @amazonprime #SAVAGEXFENTYSHOW
Dankeschön @voguegermany ❤️ November by @giampaolosgura ❤️ According to the Twitterverse, this is my 35th Vogue cover ?!! 🤯 and this week, there are 50 million of YOU to thank for your continued love and support. Absolutely surreal. Endless gratitude for every opportunity, and for all the creatives I get to work with on a daily basis who bless and inspire my life. Every cover and image is a snapshot in my head of the incredible friendships and memories behind the scenes.
So grateful to have been a part of @carineroitfeld’s curated show of @karllagerfeld’s classic white shirt, re-imagined- #TributeToKarl. Creating while channeling our beloved Karl for this project was an honor and joy, and I had so much fun seeing everyone’s take on the shirt last week. He would have loved being remembered this way. For those of you who have asked or are interested, the concept of my shirt is inspired by polaroids I took of Karl. The back is a painted and stitched version of an image I shot of him in Paris, and on the front I attached a Polaroid of Karl’s suit and accessories that I shot in Milan, both in 2017. I always loved the details in Karl’s outfits and studied them whenever I could. He sometimes wore suits with staples on the collar and shoulders, so I added staples to the collar and to fasten the short sleeves of the shirt. I will be forever grateful for the times he let me shoot him. He was supportive of my creative side which gave me so much confidence. It felt natural to incorporate that into the shirt. Made with Love ❤️xG