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The 38-year-old supermodel went under the knife after breastfeeding her two kids for more than 18 months each.
The 37-year-old model certainly has a lot to share, from her pre-modeling days, to her marriage to Tom Brady, in the new work due out Oct. 2.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s novel Rebels: City of Indra: The Story of Lex and Livia, which was released in 2014, has mostly one-star reviews on Amazon.com and didn’t get a paperback release. Gisele Bündchen’s book, on the other hand, sold out before it was even released. The supermodel’s tome of iconic photos, Gisele, was priced at $700 and only 1,000 copies were printed. “I’m feeling gratitude for the love and affection I received from everyone today at the launch of my book, thank you for being present at this very special moment for me,” she wrote in the caption of a photo from a launch party.
The cover of Gisele’s $700 coffee table book. With Kendall and Cara creeping up behind her, Gisele Bundchen is going to extreme measures to hang on to her title of World’s Highest Paid Supermodel: The 35-year-old Brazilian is selling her book for $700. (Or Taschen, which is publishing the tome, is responsible for the price tag.) Out in November, the 500 pages track Bundchen’s career from her major runway debut—Alexander McQueen’s SS98 collection—through the numerous Vogue covers and Victoria’s Secret campaigns, including her work with every major photographer from Corinne Day to Juergen Teller.
Gisele Bundchen goes the natural route on her latest magazine cover. Who better to illustrate this flawless look than the unofficial Queen of Glow, Gisele Bundchen? The Brazilian supermodel appears on the Autumn / Winter 2015 cover of Pop magazine with the barest hints of makeup.
In honor of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s birthday, we decided a Chanel No.5 history lesson was in order. The fragrance was developed by perfumer Ernest Beaux developed the scent in 1921. He worked closely with Chanel to create, what she called “a woman’s perfume with a woman’s scent.” Beaux utilized everything from jasmine to ylang-ylang, combining 80 scents to create the bouquet we have today. It was his fifth sample that Chanel signed off on, which is where the best-selling fragrance gets its name.During WWII, GIs flocked to the Chanel boutique on Rue Cambon to bring bottles home for their wives and in 1959, Chanel No.5 was honored at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City with a series of silkscreens produced by Andy Warhol. But perhaps the best endorsement of the fragrance over the years came from Marilyn Monroe, who said Chanel No.5 was the only thing she wore to bed. Over the years, everyone from Chanel herself to Brad Pitt have been a part of the ad campaigns for the scent, so we thought it fitting to take a look back at the best of them. Here are 15 iconic ads for the most iconic fragrance. Photos: ChanelRelated:Why Chanel No.5 is Still No. 1Gisele’s Sexy Chanel Video: 7 BTS Secrets
Is #breastfeeding the new #iwokeuplikethis? Doutzen Kroes, who had her second child in July, shared an image of herself pumping on Instagram. “Daily routine! I’m promoting breastfeeding, it’s the best for your baby when possible!”