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Bella Hadid Hints at a Possible New Romance with Art Director Marc Kalman


Bella Hadid Hints at a Possible New Romance with Art Director Marc Kalman

“Time of my life … Healthy, Working and Loved,” the supermodel wrote on Instagram.

Jetting back and forth across France for Paris Fashion Week and the Cannes Film Festival this week, supermodel Bella Hadid is now also officially rumored to be back in the dating game.

Hadid, who is in Paris at the moment, posted a photo dump to Instagram this afternoon that gave followers a glimpse at her weeklong bout of engagements. The featured photos include one of the model posing in front of the sea in a revealing pink plaid outfit and, most captivatingly, a final slide of her looking intimate with a new potential beau: art director Marc Kalman, as it turns out.

She captioned the post, “Time of my life … Healthy, Working and Loved.”

In addition to boasting titles such as “fashion assistant” to The New York Times and T Magazine, Kalman is also apparently well acquainted with the celebrity-fashion sphere, having designed Made Fashion Week’s logo art and Travis Scott’s album cover, among other high-profile gigs, Page Six reported. Though the artist remains low-profile on social media with a private account on Instagram, he has garnered followings on the platform from figures including designer Virgil Abloh, musician Diplo, and model Fai Khadra.

According to The SunHadid and Kalman were introduced through mutual friends, and were reportedly first spotted together back in June while out on a lunch date in New York City.

This potential new relationship will be Hadid’s first since her on-and-off-again love affair with The Weeknd, which officially ended in 2019. The ex-lovers seem mutually intent on moving on, according to sources close to the couple.

“[Hadid and The Weeknd] are in different places right now, physically and mentally,” a source previously shared with E! News.This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at