Gisele Bundchen for Vogue Paris April 2011 by Inez & Vinoodh

Emmanuele Alt’s first turn as editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris takes shape in the April issue starring cover girl Gisele Bundchen. Lensed by Inez & Vinoodh, the supermodel goes for a laid-back road trip in easy silhouettes from Michael Kors, Donna Karan, Roberto Cavalli and others.







source | Gisele Daily / Twitter

70 Responses to “Gisele Bundchen for Vogue Paris April 2011 by Inez & Vinoodh”

  1. Anonymous Reply

    LOOOOVE THIS! Beautifully shot, very natural modeling, simple, yet still reads as a great story. Hopefully all of Emmanuelle’s direction will be this good.

  2. Definitely a more relaxed/natural look.. mind you it’s only her first issue as editor-in-chief but it definitely seems promising. Gisele looks so fresh…Spring ready!

  3. Definitely a more relaxed/natural look.. mind you it’s only her first issue as editor-in-chief but it definitely seems promising. Gisele looks so fresh…Spring ready!

  4. Definitely a more relaxed/natural look.. mind you it’s only her first issue as editor-in-chief but it definitely seems promising. Gisele looks so fresh…Spring ready!

    • well considering the main inspiration according to Alt, is agnes varda vagabond, i’d say nice correlation. She can’t ALWAYS be super glam sexy power woman. sigh.

  5. Gorgeousj Reply

    boho chic brazilian bombshell. love it. Gisele is great at anything she does.

  6. There are some stand-out pictures here, but overall, the photo shoot had no real concept to it.

    • Emichan Chan4 Reply

      are you blind? the concept is eco-style road trip, I mean I want to look like her and dress that way when I am on a road trip, she looks so sexy and carefree

  7. There are some stand-out pictures here, but overall, the photo shoot had no real concept to it.

  8. this looks more like a catalogue than a story for vogue paris… i do want all the clothes though : )

  9. Evey Noble Reply

    the styling looks the same in every shot – and the shoes actually ARE the same in every shot…boring.

  10. Anonymous Reply

    Dont get me wrong, I think Gisele is gorgeous when her hair, face, clothes are kept natural and fresh, but this to me is NOT French Vogue!

    Corine made Vogue edgy & provocative piece of art translated into fashion that was as perverse as it was avant-garde. It didnt try hard, it just was what it was. Vogue under Corine could make people blush but never look away, and im affraid Emmanuelle is not up to the similar task. I can see that French Vogue will now get much more watered down to more flowy materials and wind in the hair. Very sad, but good luck to her.

      • Anonymous Reply

        Thats a great question. Im not implying she should do EXACT same thing as Corine, you dont ever replace someone, but rather succeed them, but Emmanuelle herself styled so many editorials under Corine that were just breathtaking. I think she should not lose the edge French Vogue is about. It was one source of provocation in mainstream fashion, and it seems to be whitering away….

        • Emichan Chan4 Reply

          this is basically not even her first true issue, that will be out in august, why not wait and see instead of being a hater, this is a beautiful editorial with great styling, I mean how can these people commenting say they don’t like it, but want the clothes, well if you want the clothes, the bag, whatever, than it succeeded and you want to be that woman

        • Emichan Chan4 Reply

          this is basically not even her first true issue, that will be out in august, why not wait and see instead of being a hater, this is a beautiful editorial with great styling, I mean how can these people commenting say they don’t like it, but want the clothes, well if you want the clothes, the bag, whatever, than it succeeded and you want to be that woman

        • Emichan Chan4 Reply

          this is basically not even her first true issue, that will be out in august, why not wait and see instead of being a hater, this is a beautiful editorial with great styling, I mean how can these people commenting say they don’t like it, but want the clothes, well if you want the clothes, the bag, whatever, than it succeeded and you want to be that woman

      • Anonymous Reply

        Thats a great question. Im not implying she should do EXACT same thing as Corine, you dont ever replace someone, but rather succeed them, but Emmanuelle herself styled so many editorials under Corine that were just breathtaking. I think she should not lose the edge French Vogue is about. It was one source of provocation in mainstream fashion, and it seems to be whitering away….

  11. Anonymous Reply

    Dont get me wrong, I think Gisele is gorgeous when her hair, face, clothes are kept natural and fresh, but this to me is NOT French Vogue!

    Corine made Vogue edgy & provocative piece of art translated into fashion that was as perverse as it was avant-garde. It didnt try hard, it just was what it was. Vogue under Corine could make people blush but never look away, and im affraid Emmanuelle is not up to the similar task. I can see that French Vogue will now get much more watered down to more flowy materials and wind in the hair. Very sad, but good luck to her.

  12. I find this editorial very refreshing… a little bit grunge and I like It. Gisele never disappointed, looks spectacular as usual

  13. I find this editorial very refreshing… a little bit grunge and I like It. Gisele never disappointed, looks spectacular as usual

  14. I find this editorial very refreshing… a little bit grunge and I like It. Gisele never disappointed, looks spectacular as usual

  15. I find this editorial very refreshing… a little bit grunge and I like It. Gisele never disappointed, looks spectacular as usual

  16. I find this editorial very refreshing… a little bit grunge and I like It. Gisele never disappointed, looks spectacular as usual

  17. I love it because it looks like Gisele’s early work! she is amazing at this.

  18. The concept of this shoot is; a holiday with eco style. (according on Gsiele’s website)

  19. alemorita Reply

    very french summer style, gisele looks modern! but i don’t like the photo where she is lying…so uncomfortable, looks fake.

  20. Funnylilone Reply

    funny haters. reviews on fashionspot are quite good. Gisele is a goddess.

      • Emichan Chan4 Reply

        Hate on me, hater, now or later cause you gonna do me, you’ll be made, baby. Go ‘head and hate on me, hater, I’m not afraid of….

  21. I love big, Native American inspired, flowy things like that. very gorgeous

  22. if we think that is the spring edition the editorial is great. lets see what will come from the couture editorials and the coverage of the fashion weeks. this is great, but is emmanuella’s first work by herself. she ‘s very clever, but i don’t think that she will keep that crazy-sexy-eddy thing used by carine. let’s wait and see!!!
    http://www.spotmag.blogspot.com

  23. The concept is an eco friendly holiday/vacation and the inspiration is “agnes varda vagabond”.

  24. The concept is an eco friendly holiday/vacation and the inspiration is “agnes varda vagabond”.

  25. um Gisele is hardly in every editorial. She does like 6 or so a year anymore. Yes she rules covers because she is known to be a great seller and attention grabber. but there is also Karlie Kloss,Daria Werbowy,Kate Moss,Anja Rubik,Isabeli Fontana etc who we see far more often. Icons sorta don’t go away, I hope you know that.

  26. Gisele is gorgeous. Her beauty alone is inspiring (to me) and I wish her nothing but greater success. And yes, there was a time when there was more edge to Vogue, Paris. Times change, focus morphs and a natural evolution occurs. The business is better with Gisele in it. As for the Navajo bag – that is a J. Augur original – I’d know that design and stitch work anywhere. Very high quality – did you know you throw this in a washing machine? That’s what’s up!

  27. I love Gisele, she’s very versatile. what do some expect? her to start working for Marie Claire magazine? pffff.

  28. anonymous Reply

    Am I the only person who does not like giselle? The more I see less I like her.

    • Sourgrapesde Reply

      alot dont like but more do, hence her success and career. get over it. everything she touches turns to gold according to forbes. what your fav models must be missing, isn’t her fault sour grapes.

  29. anonymous Reply

    Am I the only person who does not like giselle? The more I see less I like her.

  30. Valdez809 Reply

    fashion needs money to be Fashion………………gisele is a money machine and this is what they need in these days…………..

  31. Valdez809 Reply

    fashion needs money to be Fashion………………gisele is a money machine and this is what they need in these days…………..

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