A source tells E! News that the supermodel and the art director, 35, have split after two years of dating and that it was amicable.
Hadid and Kalman confirmed their romance—and made it Instagram official—in July 2021. In between photos of her trip to Paris' Haute Couture Fashion Week, she shared snapshots of them cozying up together.
"Time of my life," the 26-year-old captioned the Instagram carousel. "Healthy, Working and Loved."
At the time, a source close to Hadid told E! News that she was "completely smitten" by Kalman—who previously designed album art for Travis Scott and as well as clothes for the brand A Bathing Ape—noting that their relationship had become more serious.
"She has been excited to be seen with him," the insider said. "She is truly so happy right now."
The pair enjoyed globetrotting trips amid their romance, including ice cream dates in New York City and outings to France for Paris Fashion Week throughout 2022.
And Hadid, who was previously in a four-year on-again, off-again relationship with The Weeknd until 2019, reflected on their romance last year in May 2022, telling Interview that she felt "super comfortable and feel very safe with Marc."
"I'm really proud of Marc," Hadid added during the May 2022 conversation, "who's like my emotional support bunny and is incredibly talented at everything he does."
The news of Hadid and Kalman's breakup comes as she's taking time to focus on health.
"She is treating her Lyme disease," a source with knowledge of the situation tells E! News. "She is not in rehab and has never had a drug or alcohol issue."
Prior to her health break, Hadid opened up about her struggles with the disease. In fact, she revealed earlier this year that a tooth infection led to a debilitating flare-up with Lyme disease.
"Please listen to your bodies my friends please!!!" Hadid explained on TikTok in April. "This made my Lyme flare up, which means the Lyme is attacking the places that are suffering ie tooth, jaw, guy, brain, spine, bones etc oh, and the entire nervous system."
And amid finding treatment for her flare-up, she also focused on making time for the joy in her life.
"I am okay though," she continued. "I feel better when I'm riding. (And after starting 2 rounds of antibiotics) (that in itself is a wild ride) I think my horses just really take my mind off the pain."