Yolanda Hadid Brings Her “Model Mom” Expertise to the Masses with a New Reality Show

The mother of Anwar, Bella, and Gigi returns to reality television with Model Moms. Plus, Alia Shawkat, Alden Ehrenreich, and more.

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French boutique Colette, the project of mother-daughter duo Sarah Andelman and Colette Rousseaux, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Andelman discusses the shop’s détente with Balenciaga, thanks to Demna Gvasalia, and how they’ve managed to stay fresh and relevant over two decades in the industry.

Ehrenreich, Alden

It took five years, but Alden Ehrenreich finally landed the lead in Warren Beatty’s Rules Don’t Apply. The actor opens up about his first audition — for Thirteen Going on 30 — and his childhood memories of Star Wars.

Gauwloos, Salim

The dancer and choreographer, one of Madonna’s “Vogue” dancers who traveled with her on the “Blonde Ambition” tour, is bringing his sensibilities to the fashion world. Here, he explains how he brought the W spread “Let’s Get Physical” into motion.

Ghesquière, Nicolas

In a new interview, the Louis Vuitton designer opens up about the Balenciaga days, where he spent 15 years resurrecting the label, and why he’s equally obsessed with the future and the past.

Hadid, Yolanda

Getting back into the reality television game with a new model scouting series, Lifetime’s Model Moms. (Because aside from reality TV, this is Hadid’s true area of expertise: She counts no fewer than three models among her brood.)

Owens, Kelly Lee

With just a few tracks to her name, electronic musician Kelly Lee Owens earned the endorsement of Alexander McQueen under Sarah Burton. From there, she’s only gone up: Her debut record, Kelly Lee Owens, is out Friday.

Shawkat, Alia

The Search Party star — as well as painter — has gotten to leading lady status by being herself — and not, as she describes it, a “clean-haired girl.” Along the way, she’s played Ilana’s love interest on Broad City, the captivating Maeby Funke on Arrested Development, and even several film parts.

Alden Ehrenreich explains the story behind his name: