Gisele Bündchen poses for her first magazine cover in years
It’s officially Giselerama season because Gisele Bundchen hits the cover of a magazine for the first time in years! The 41-year-old Brazilian bombshell lends her eye-catching looks for the last cover of Magazine V and her summer number.
And Bündchen leaves little to the imagination, as evidenced by the magazine’s alternate covers showing her multiple wardrobe outfits.
The former Victoria’s Secret angel and mother of two was photographed by Blair Getz Mezibov and styled by Gro Curtis, while Sam Visser of Dior dressed her for photo and video shoots which took place at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach in Miami and Kendall at Miami Dade College. Campus.
Bündchen shows off her wild side, sporting a head-to-toe leopard print in a Norma Kamali swimsuit over tights while wearing Carolina Amato leopard gloves. In another snap, the model exudes animalistic attraction in a black sequined Armani jumpsuit and bunny ear hat.
Though she’s appeared on more than 2,000 covers and brings with her more than two decades of experience strutting countless runways, Bündchen says it was never a job.
“I don’t see it as a job, it’s my life,” she told the magazine. “It really means everything to me to be able to work. Being a model is like becoming a blank canvas. It’s really allowing yourself to dive deep into whatever environment and whatever character you need to create, to get the perfect shot. That’s the fun part about it, playing different roles and exploring different parts of yourself.”
She also offered a powerful perspective on aging.
“When you’re in your 20s, you try to fit in and you try to belong. When you’re in your 40s, you feel more comfortable in your own skin,” she said. “I feel like I’ve only gotten stronger over time, and that’s overall [aspects] of my life.”
Stephane Gan, Magazine V‘s editor, raved about the model’s recent work for the American fashion magazine.
“The to-die-for glamor and unapologetic ’90s sex appeal are hitting the runways again, as they will some other time,” he said. “Gisele too is ever present in fashion, whether she’s on a magazine cover or not. Her work, of which we’ve only captured a portion, is constantly referenced, perpetually admired and a permanent chapter in the book. fashion lexicon. V is proud to have this cover as the last page of this book, although the rest remains to be written.”
As part of the magazine’s tribute to the model, he also featured “a look back at the Brazilian model’s most iconic bombshell moments” with the magazine.
from Bundchen Magazine V cover is her first photoshoot in nearly four years, having graced the cover of vogue in July 2018. Later that fall, Bündchen also covered Vogue Italywhere she magically transformed into legendary singer Mina Mazzini.