Highest Paid Models – Gisele Bündchen
Even in her early thirties, Gisele Bündchen remains an unparalleled force within the fashion world. As the world’s most powerful supermodel, she racks up modeling gigs, endorsement deals, and independent licensing ventures, but still has time to be a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations Environmental Program. Bündchen’s marriage to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady also writes headlines; after the 2012 Super Bowl, she landed in hot water over critical marks she made about the lackluster performance of Brady’s receivers. The veritable endorsement queen, especially in her native Brazil, shills for brands such as Pantene, Esprit, and Versace, and makes a percentage of profits on Ipanema flip-flops and other products bearing her name.
Gisele Bündchen Bio:
Born: 20 July 1980
Height: 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Hair: color Dark ash-blond / light brown
Eye color: Blue
Measurements: 34B-25-35 (89-63-89)
Dress size: 8 US
Shoe size: 39 EU, 8.5 US, 6 UK
Manager: IMG Models
Gisele Bündchen Likes:
Horseback riding; singing karaoke; walking dogs in the park; playing volleyball on the beach; training on the trapeze; and surfing. All of these only when I have a little spare time.
Barbecue; and chicken and catupiry pizza.
anything with chocolate in it.
Bossa Nova, Caetano, Elis Regina, Tom Jobim, Marisa Monte, Legião Urbana…There are so many!! I am a pretty eclectic person. I also really like Stevie Wonder, Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Ben Harper, and Jack Johnson. I pay a lot of attention to the lyrics. That‘s what really attracts me. Music is something very important to me. I like listening to music. I think it has the power to change my state of mind
Well, my favorite place could be only Brazil. There is nothing like my own home country. But if I had to be a little more specific, I would have to say any place sunny is OK with me!
It has to be comfortable. Cashmere or cotton are my favorites and, of course, some basic blue jeans.
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