No doubt Gigi Hadid is a great cover girl, especially after just launching her 35th Vogue cover. But 35 covers is a hell of a lot considering the model had her first Vogue cover only three years ago in March 2015.\nNow some people are saying that it is time for Vogue to give someone else a shot at the front page.\n@gigihadidembedded via\nGiven the number of potential celebrities, influencers, and models that could grace the cover of Vogue, it does seem odd that Gigi has had so many lately. People are saying that it appears the fashion magazine empire does play favourites.\nAnother thing that people have noted is under-representation of minorities on past Vogue covers. It is unfair to say that there is no diversity, but a quick google search of past covers does show a pretty clear white majority of cover stars.\nVia Google\nIt seems Gigi isn't the only Hadid to be racking up a lot of covers either. Last September her sister Bella broke records for having the most magazine covers in one month with 5 Vogue covers that month alone as well as other magazines.\nIn the industry, September is an important month for magazines as it basically launches the fall season after the lull of summer so for Bella to have so many was a big moment in her career.\n@multifandmturkeyembedded via\nWhile the Hadid's are both talented models and deserving of their success, the world can agree that it's time for some more variety in cover stars.\nHere are some other stars people wouldn't mind seeing grace the covers of Vogue:\n1. Fashion Icon Iris Apfel\email@example.com via\n2. Laverne Cox\n@lavernecoxembedded via\n3. Gina Rodriguez\n@hereisginaembedded via\n4. Tracee Ellis Ross\n@traceeellisrossembedded via\nTo name just a few.