HEAT UP HADID

Included as a gift to you in our new 032c Issue 32 “US vs. THEM,” our “HEAT UP HADID” Transfer Kit allows you to turn the Bella Hadid cover shot by Collier Schorr into the garment of your choice. For your convenience, we present a no-nonsense instructional video to create the perfect t-shirt.

 

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