Is there anything Gisele Bündchen can’t do? Whether she’s killing it in the current Versace campaign, giving us life (and body) on the cover of Vogue Japan or kicking back on Vogue Italia, we’re always left in awe. Now the Brazilian bombshell does what she does best on WSJ Magazine for April 2018. The Wall Street Journal‘s monthly glossy regularly receives a ton of praise on our forums and the magazine’s offering for April is no exception. Photographed by Mikael Jansson and styled by George Cortina, Gisele makes a return to the front cover and takes us into the wilderness, captured in a barn for the cover image (below) wearing a combo of Loewe and Vivienne Westwood.
Unsurprisingly, our forum members were unanimously on board with Gisele’s latest. “If you just look at the tiny thumbnail of the cover, Gisele looks like Alesandra Ambrosio. I love the cover. The rural setting feels like a throwback to her Vogue US covers from 2000/2001,” noted mikel.
“Oh I like this very much,” confessed KateTheGreatest.
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“Beautiful, there is nothing she can’t sell!” Miss Dalloway declared.
Also quick to show the cover some love was forum member caioherrero: “This woman is incredible! The queen! The cover story is so good. She loves nature so she feels at home.”
“This should have been Vogue Italia! Amazing work from Gisele and Mikael!” GivenchyHomme applauded.
“I sometimes like Gisele and I’m sometimes tired of her, but it’s undeniable that she works everything like it’s a matter of life and death. She looks really good here and Mikael’s photography works extremely well with the styling and the setting,” favored dodencebt.
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