By the time she's 31, a supermodel has pretty much worn everything: couture, ready-to-wear, mass market stuff and, in the case of Gisele Bundchen, the mantle of sanctimony and overblown self-importance that can only be properly donned by a size-negative-three celeb mom.
So, how can you top all that? By wearing next to nothing on the latest cover of Vogue Paris, natch.
It's not immediately clear at this hour which designer supplied the black bikini bottom, or whether that couture sand is being offered on Net-a-porter. But what we can say is this: it's our fave shot of the whole spread.
Yes, there are other nice photos inside, including Mrs. Tom Brady "eating" a cookie and offering homage to '80s glamazons in a neon one-piece.
But we're not fond of the black-and-white horizontal shot of the Brazilian beauty in her birthday suit. Supermodel-thin is one thing, but having hips like a 14-year-old boy is not what the average American girl should aspire to be. Unless she was, as Lady Gaga would say, born this way.