If you scroll through Bella Hadid’s Instagram feed, or perhaps listen to her speak in an interview, you’ll notice how spiritual she truly is. What’s more, the youngest Hadid sister uses her platform as one of the most sought-after faces within the modeling industry for some serious good, advocating for her fellow Palestinians (along with any group of people dealing with hardship), and begging those who are listening to connect through love, never hate.
Earlier in 2023, she shared via Instagram that she had officially gone five months without a single sip of alcohol — and looking as radiant as ever, might I add. In turn, Hadid made it crystal clear that she has been living that high-vibrational life with every new launch from Kin Euphorics — the feel-good, non-alcoholic beverage brand she serves as co-founder of.
Now her buzzy beverage company has partnered with The Mayfair Group — the company that created those viral sweatshirts emblazoned with the word “Empathy” you’ve seen on your TikTok feed — to launch not only a cozy crewneck filled with angelic mantras and art, but also a phone line that anyone can call to receive some affirmations based on your specific needs (and spoken by Bella Hadid herself).
Below, Hadid shares more with Bustle about the newfound partnership.
Why did you decide to partner with The Mayfair Group on this collaboration for Kin?
I’ve been a fan of theirs for some time now and love what their brand stands for. They share the same heart and values as Kin, so it just made sense to finally do something together.
How did you come up with the slogan, “Need more light in your life; angels on speed dial”? What do angels represent to you?
I am fortunate enough to have my own angels in my life who lift me up when I’m feeling down and help shine light through the darkness. I know not everyone is as lucky as I am to have these people, so this was my little way of bringing angels to others and hopefully bringing them the light and love they deserve.
When someone dials the number on the sweatshirt, they are greeted with some mantras. Do you have any mantras you use each day or in tough times?
I’m not sure it’s a mantra per se, but something I always like to do and remind myself of is to lead with kindness. You never know what someone else is going through, so I always try to approach things with compassion and humility and hope others will do the same. Something else I try to remind myself of is “this too shall pass.” We’ve overcome 100% of the obstacles we’ve faced so far, so no matter how tough times can get, I like to remind myself that we’ll get through this too. Nothing is forever.
What are some things you do to prioritize your mental health everyday?
I make a conscious effort to take time for myself and listen to my mind and body. What I’m doing, how I’m feeling, and where I’m going changes daily, so I like to be adaptable and listen to what I need in the moment. Sometimes it’s a quiet day at home catching up on sleep, other times it’s spending time with friends and family and sharing laughs and delicious food. I try to be amendable to whatever the day calls for and go from there.