Gisele Bundchen is about to deflate your bank account. That is, if you pay the hefty sum for her new coffee table book.
The recently retired Brazilian supermodel is publishing a book that will celebrate her career with more than 300 photographs and tributes from her closest friends, family and fashion leaders.
It costs $700.
Only 1,000 copies of Gisele will be printed, and all will be signed by Bündchen. The highest-earning model in the world is now selling one of its expensive pieces of literature.
Publisher Taschen says the material will "shed light on how and why she has become one of the greatest models of all time." Bündchen, 35, graces the cover in a nude portrait shot by Irving Penn.
There will be 900 "Collector's Edition" copies and 100 "Art Edition" pieces, which include a print signed by fashion photograph Juergen Teller. The book will be available in November.
Bündchen's husband, Tom Brady, was going to come out with a similar book, but rumor has it that he asked his assistant to destroy it.
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