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The full spread for Gisele‘s Vogue Paris cover is here, and we’re nothing short of obsessed. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot the supermodel in St. Barth’s, and the result is a set of photos that are arrestingly chic in their casualness.
Gisele has always been the master of mixing the high and the low, the couture and the commercial. She’s been a Victoria’s Secret Angel, while also being the face of Dior! As such, it’s no surprise that April’s Vogue Paris cover girl is also modeling duds for H&M.
Emmanuelle Alt’s long-awaited first cover as editor in chief of Vogue Paris is here.
The cover model for Carine Roitfeld‘s final issue of Vogue Paris may still be a mystery — though at this point Lara Stone looks like as good a bet as any — but the official word has it that Emmanuelle Alt’s first cover for the glossy will feature über-supermodel Gisele Bündchen.
Some supermodels have their own fragrances, other supermodels have their own animated web series. Gisele falls into the latter category. Her latest venture is an environmental cartoon. Yes, an environmental cartoon. And it’s obviously called Gisele and the Green Team.
t’s official: Tom Brady wants your boyfriend to wear Uggs. The New England Patriots quarterback (and, more importantly, husband to Gisele Bündchen) has signed a deal to be the face of Ugg’s men’s division. It’s the first time the brand has ever marketed their stock directly to men, so it makes sense that they’d want someone who’d appeal to people everywhere. And because they couldn’t get Justin Bieber, they got a guy whose haircut looks just like his.
On Thursday night in Paris, fashion’s biggest and boldest names turned up to celebrate Paris Vogue’s 90th anniversary at a masquerade ball thrown by editor Carine Roitfeld. Gisele Bündchen, Diane von Furstenberg, and Karolina Kurkova were a few of the recognizable faces — behind their masks, of course — and the theme gave them carte blanche to go all out, sartorially speaking.
Balenciaga debuted a punktastic Spring 2011 collection in Paris on Wednesday, featuring bare-faced models in minimalist variations on houndstooth. And while the looks were eye-catching, the models stole the show. A five-months pregnant Miranda Kerr walked the runway with a veritable army of supermodels, including Amber Valetta, Carolyn Murphy, Stella Tennant, and Gisele Bundchen — who closed the show.
We’ve seen it a million times: a good man ruined by a bad hairstyle. We just never thought we’d see Tom Brady ruined at the hands of one of the world’s biggest models, Gisele.
We really just do not know what to make of these ads for Brazilian designer Colcci featuring Gisele Bundchen. It’s pretty hard to make Gisele look bad but, well, photographer Gui Paganini — the man behind these images — managed to do just that.
So, do you have to be a mother to be a Victoria’s Secret Angel? Signs, more or less, point to yes.
We’d heard these things called Silly Bandz were all the rage, but until we stumbled upon US Magazine’s blurb on the growing craze of Silly Bandz among celebrities like alpha mom Sarah Jessica Parker — who wore a lime green one in the shape of who-knows-what — we had no idea how big they really were. And we’re all familiar with the domino effect that stems from a little bit of subliminal trend endorsements by celebrity moms.
It’s a well known fact that models are their own breed of humans, with especially elongated limbs, luminescent skin, and arresting features which may vary from doll-like to alien-esque to sex-kittenish and back again. But what’s even more fascinating about these strange, vaunted creatures is that while the originality of their looks is what gets them paid, they have an eery tendency to look, well, strikingly like each other. And so, here are seven sets of long-lost model twins who have us seriously questioning our eyesight when it comes to their remarkable resemblance.
Sometimes when we look at models we sit back and wonder how people so beautiful exist. Then we sigh, and remember that one word that makes us all sleep a little better at night: photoshop. Yes, photoshop — that little tool that turns the already beautiful into the perfectly flawless. This is not the case with Gisele Bundchen.
Itching to get your paws on that dowdy lavender ode to the Wild West that actress Vera Farmiga donned for last night’s Met Gala? Or perhaps you’ve just been dying to get stood up at the altar and think Kirsten Dunst’s matronly white frock and matching lace-up boots would be perfect to add sartorial shame to public scorn. Well, ladies, fret not. In fact thanks to the big event’s retail-minded co-host, last night’s trash (for a sincere lack of a better word) can be your designer treasure because starting today all the Gala-approved “x Gap” garbs go up on the auction blocks.
In case you weren’t aware of the fact that Gisele Bundchen has a perfect body, perfect husband, perfect baby, and perfect life, she’s now well on her way to having the perfect $20 million house.