Considering that Gisele Bündchen was slaying the game for more than 20 years before she retired from the runway in 2015, the supermodel has quite the body of work to her name. We’ve seen her gorgeous mug on the covers of countless magazines, including Rolling Stone (which named her the world’s most beautiful woman back in 2000), Time, Sports Illustrated Swim, and Vogue, just to name a few.
So prolific is Bündchen’s modeling portfolio, in fact, that you might think it would be absolutely impossible to choose a favorite professional shot. Apparently, it’s much simpler, however, if you happen to be the 36-year-old’s husband of eight years, Tom Brady.
In a recent podcast with renowned photographer Mario Testino, the Brazilian bombshell revealed that it was actually one of his shots that the Super Bowl champ likes best — her Vanity Fair cover from September, 2007. In the image, the bronzed and leggy glamazon is seen exiting a Rolls Royce in a deep-cut, sequined Roberto Cavalli mini dress, strappy silver heels, and a lavender boa.
It’s a cover the duo recounted well, giving the backstory during their podcast. “We did this in New York,” she said. “The car was in the garage of Milk Studios. That dress! That was a moment, this cover, the whole thing.” We have to wholeheartedly agree. Nice pick, Tom. Nice pick.
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(h/t Vogue UK, photos via Michael Loccisano + Bryan Bedder/Getty)