Bella Hadid Is a Superheroine in a Suburban Parody for 'LOVE Magazine'

A little trouble finding the appropriate attire.

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Fresh off a grindhouse-like starring role as “Black Widow” alongside Kelly Rohrbach and Stella Maxwell in Gregory Harris’s Rolling Thunder, Bella Hadid is back for another turn in LOVE Magazine‘s advent series for 2015. The latest entry in the series — which has already featured the likes of Bella’s sister Gigi, Emily Ratajkowski, Miranda Kerr, Christina Milian, Rita Ora, Jasmine Sanders and more — stars Hadid in a suburban-set superheroine parody as she struggles to find the right getup before taking off as Wonder Woman in her invisible jet.

Check it out and stay tuned for appearances from Abbey Clancy, Adriana Lima, Ashley Graham, Cara Delevingne, Constance Jablonski, Daisy Lowe, Hailey Baldwin, Hannah Ferguson, Imaan Hammam, Kelly Brook, Nina Agdal, Poppy Delevingne and Romee Strijd before December’s end.

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