Gisele Dominates Vogue Brasil


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Photo courtesy of Vogue Brasil
Welcome to the jungle: Gisele hits the Amazon for one of her five Vogue Brasil July covers.

Never let it be said that Vogue Brasil does things half-assed (literally, in the case of their recent bare-bottomed Kate Moss cover).

And while some might settle for (yawn) just one Gisele Bündchen cover, the Brazilian magazine is paying tribute to its hometown hottie with four unique July covers—plus a fifth cover just for subscribers.

Proving that "too much of a good thing" really doesn't apply when you're talking about Gisele, the issue also features four different fashion stories devoted to the billionaire-bound beauty.

While famed lensman Patrick Demarchelier snapped the supermodel—working red lips, a halo of '70s-issue curls, and the ubiquitous sheer polka-dotted Stella McCartney dress—in New York City for one cover, the remaining three, shot by Jacques Dequeker, see her posing in an Amazonian rainforest for the first time.

Gisele Bündchen Vogue Brasil July covers

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All bases covered: Gisele poses for Jacques Dequeker (left) and Patrick Demarchelier (right).

The eco-minded Brazilian—who inspired the magazine to feature green beauty products in the issue—is an all-natural earth goddess in the three shoots, which see her donning rugged army green gear, a drenched white swimsuit, and an oversized blue knit cardigan over skimpy cotton undies, respectively.

Each cover has a fashion story counterpart, with the lingerie designer channeling Indiana Jones in camo in one shoot, then modeling updated versions of iconic Brazilian designs in the next.

Gisele Bündchen Vogue Brasil July

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Gisele ruffles some feathers (in Demarchelier's tribute to iconic Brazilian designers, left) and flaunts her stems (in Dequeker's beachy shoot, right).

Pretty versatile, huh? Guess that's why they pay her the big bucks.

For even more Gisele, visit Vogue Brasil online and pick up the July issue, out June 30.

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