Morning Beauty | Gisele Bundchen by Carter Smith

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 14, 2010

Gisele Bundchen photographed by Carter Smith and styled by Tamara Taichman

Originally published in Elle France (February 2005) as Tropical Girl

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18 thoughts on “Morning Beauty | Gisele Bundchen by Carter Smith”

  1. so creative and inspiring, thank God for gisele! she knows how to play every part, i love her face, her features are cookie cutter (boring) model looks—besosxx

  2. this is an ed from 2005, its not new, but agree she still looks like this! andy this is a fashion place..hardly her legs are too thin, lol. she has some of the best legs around! the nose comments are so old. they add character and its not that bad to me. not everyone has little (boring) button noses.


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