Life Bella Hadid goes back to her roots for new Vogue By weekster Posted on October 8, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The November issue of Vogue has a very Dutch touch. This edition is all about Dutch Design. The half-Dutch supermodel Bella Hadid (22) is already decorating the cover for a masterpiece by Rembrandt. The song is a collaboration between Vogue and the Rijksmuseum to celebrate the Rembrandt year. This year it is 350 years ago that the painter died. In addition to being recorded on the sensitive plate for Marten and Oopjen, Bella can be seen cycling through the passage of the museum. When asked if she has not forgotten about cycling, she answers: “Are you kidding me, I’m half Dutch.” In addition to radiating for and in the Netherlands’ most famous museum, she also wears clothing from various Dutch designers. She can be seen in Viktor & Rolf, sustainable couture by Ronald van der Kemp and streetwear by Daily Paper.