The Gisele Bundchen retirement story had the internet abuzz: the supermodel walked her last catwalk a couple of weeks ago. Well, Gisele was clear: she’s only retiring from runway modeling. Vogue Brazil is celebrating her 20-year career. The cover alone shows she’s not ready to quit all forms of modeling just yet. Check out the cover after the break. Warning: She’s completely nude, so this may not be the best post to read while at work or with little ones peering over your shoulder ;).
This week will be the end of an ERA in runway modeling. Gisele Bundchen will do her last runway show before retiring from the catwalk at Sao Paulo Fashion Week. She still looks fabulous: why quit modeling on the runway?
It’s the end of an ERA. Gisele Bundchen, who’s been the highest paid supermodel for a few years now, is retiring from the runway this spring. She announced that her last runway show will be April 20, during Sao Paulo Fashion Week, and it’ll be the Colcci show, a Brazilian brand she’s worked with for years. RELATED: Gisele shares the best #TBT wedding pic!
I think it’s safe to say Gisele won the #TBT picture contest (I’m kidding- I know there’s no contest) yesterday. She posted a wedding picture from her ceremony with Tom Brady. The two kept their wedding uber-private, so this is actually our first good look at her dress! RELATED: Gisele is the top earning model on Forbes’s list.
Here’s another one of Forbes’s famous top earning list! This time it’s Forbes’s Top Earning Models. Supermodel Gisele reigned supreme, topping the list with an estimated $47 million in earnings. That’s $17 million more than her husband, NFL quarterback Tom Brady, reportedly made last year! Take a look after the break to see the highest paid supermodels. RELATED: Gisele shaved her head for Balenciaga.
Awww… it looks like Gisele and Tom Brady were apart on his birthday. Gisele didn’t forget, though. She posted this pic on her Instagram to mark her husband’s special day. RELATED: What do you think of Gisele’s new hairstyle?
Fashion designers and Vogue partnered with Shopbop for an AMAZING cause: an effort called Born Free. Bron Free is a private sector-led initiative with the sole objective of ending mother-to-child transmission of HIV by December 31, 2015. They’re raising funds through the sale of the limited-edition Born Free collection, which is available ONLY at Shopbop. Designers and celebs involved in creating pieces for Born Free include Isabel Marant, Jenna Lyons, Victoria Beckham, Stella McCartney, Donatella Versace, Prada, Marchesa, Vera Wang, Gisele Bundchen, and even Ivanka Trump, among many others.