Gisele, edited and art directed by Giovanni Bianco, features over 300 photographs of its namesake taken by talents like frequent collaborator Mario Testino, Corinne Day, Peter Lindbergh, Inez & Vinoodh, David LaChapelle, Jeurgen Teller and Steven Meisel. A nude portrait by Irving Penn graces the large-format cover. Though photos speak multitudes, the insight provided by the super’s family, friends and collaborators are an invaluable inclusion.
Already sold-out is the $2,000 art edition, which, for the fortunate and snappy 100 who’ve bought it, comes with a signed Jeurgen Teller print of the exquisite Brazilian. The limited edition of which there are 900 will be made available come November, —if one’s book budget covers the $700 tag. All 1,000 are numbered and signed by Bündchen.