KEY POINTS

  • Gigi Hadid is Vogue's cover girl for the March 2021 edition 
  • As an accompaniment to the cover story, a video game featuring Hadid has been created
  • Hadid, who spoke about motherhood, called herself a "realistic thinker" 

Graphic and 3-D artist, Carol Civre, has turned supermodel Gigi Hadid into a video game as an accompaniment to her March cover story in Vogue.

In a video published on Instagram, the 25-year-old can be seen playing her fashion adventure game, while promoting Vogue's March edition. In the game, the supermodel navigates through a fantasy world, which includes various fun challenges.

"Whether it be grocery shopping to make her famous spicy vodka pasta or riding a horse in a magical field. The payoff? Well, Ms. Hadid unlocks new levels and, in the process, gains some stellar new outfits," Vogue revealed.

Stylist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson and director Alana O'Herlihy worked together with the programmers to make the digitalized Hadid float in air to collect the coins. She also transforms into a gargantuan Amazonian beauty as she reaches other levels.

It took over two months to bring this project to life with a team of creative artists from across the globe, including Timo Rusall, who helped with garments rendering; Wan, who created the accessories, and Civre, who constructed the 3-D model of Hadid's world.

In the first level of the game, Hadid gets the ingredients from the grocery store to make her spicy vodka pasta, and collects "Gigi Cache" for passing each object. She earns a new outfit that leads her to another level, which includes walking on New York streets to reach work on time.

In another game level, Hadid is seen jumping over obstacles while sitting on a horse saddle and enjoying her tea. If successful, she can unlock another outfit and reach the next level of the game. The video game ends with Hadid winning Vogue magazine's cover featuring herself.

Hadid welcomed her daughter Khai with her boyfriend Zayn Malik. She told Vogue in an interview that she is a "realistic thinker" and doesn't feel like losing weight quickly after giving birth to a baby. 

"I know that I'm not as small as I was before, but I also am a very realistic thinker. I straight up was like, 'Yeah, I'll shoot a Vogue cover, but I'm obviously not going to be a size 0,' nor do I, at this point, feel like I need to be back to that," she added.

gigi hadid us open 2019 Gigi Hadid at the 2019 US Open on Aug. 28. Photo: Gotham/GC Images