Gisele Bündchen’s H&M Ads Censored for Dubai

Gisele floral jumpsuit European campaign H&M's Spring 2011 line

One of Gisele's pre-Photoshopped H&M ads.

It seems that not everyone is taken by Gisele Bündchen's amazing post-baby body.

The Dubai version of her H&M campaign has been altered to limit exposure of the Brazilian supermodel's enviable figure, Fashionista reports.

Though the original campaign sees Gisele revealing a hint of cleavage in a floral-print jumpsuit with a plunging halter neck, a white tank top has been Photoshopped underneath the one-piece for the Middle Eastern version.

The campaign also sees the Vogue Paris cover star wearing a white tee under a sleeveless tiered blouse, as well as a high-necked top underneath a V-necked maxi dress.

"Perhaps some changes were made to better align the campaign with the sensibilities of the GCC [Gulf Cooperation Council, which includes Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia] market," suggests La Moda Dubai, the site whose readers first noticed the altered images.

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