Following up the main editorial for Vogue Brazil August, Jacques Dequeker shares an accompanying film of Gisele Bundchen’s Amazon adventure shot in black and white. Produced by Cavallaria films and co-directed by Marcos Mello, Gisele is flawless with wet hair and natural makeup courtesy of Daniel Hernandez.
Amazon Woman – Topping off her four covers, Gisele Bundchen teams up with Jacques Dequeker for the July issue of Vogue Brazil. Taking to the picturesque Amazon Rainforest, Gisele shows off her lithe shape in the form-fitting selects of fashion editor Daniela Paudice.
Four Times a Lady – Gisele Bundchen graces four cover pages for the July issue of Vogue Brazil. Photographed by Jacques Dequeker in the Amazon and then by Patrick Demarchelier in New York City, the Brazilian supermodel delivers some true star power. Subscribers will get a fifth cover which has yet to be unveiled. (Vogue Brazil)
Transform Me – Gisele Bundchen performs a series of transformations in the camouflage of spring’s bold and colorful collections for the May edition of Numéro Tokyo. Photographed by Nino Muñoz, Gisele dons a variety of wigs–short and long, red and blonde, curly and stick straight–to adapt to seventies inspired ensembles from labels such as Gucci, Prada and Christophe Kane styled by Katie Mossman.
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.
For Vogue US’ annual shape issue, the publication captures some of the industry’s best bodies in Bodies of Work. Lensed by Mert & Marcus, models Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone, Gisele Bundchen, Joan Smalls, Natalia Vodianova and Raquel Zimmermann don form-fitting garments from the likes of Zac Posen, Vera Wang and Michael Kors styled by Tonne Goodman.