Gisele Bündchen's back in black (and white) for Chanel.
The supermodel, who frequently partners with Karl Lagerfeld on campaigns for the iconic brand, is the face of Chanel's Spring/Summer 2015 collection. The beautiful mama-of-three also walked in the feminist rally-themed show for the collection during Paris Fashion Week in September. (ICYMI: The models wore chic seventies-inspired duds, carried picket signs and used bullhorns to yell out feminist mantras—so just your typical not-what-you-would-ever-expect showing from Lagerfeld).
The latest campaign features Gisele sitting pretty (quite literally) in famous locations around Paris, including the Pont des Arts footbridge (covered in love locks from couples around the world) and the historic Café de Flore on Boulevard Saint-Germain.
The supermodel has been the brand's go-to face multiple times over the last year: In October, Bündchen showed off her surfer skills in a highly stylized short film for Chanel No. 5. She also appeared in a beauty campaign for the fashion house in May.
And Bündchen, as to be expected, has been getting her sexy on for other luxe lines as well. She fronts the campaign Stuart Weitzman's Spring 2015 collection—appearing in ads that show her topless (yes, all the yowzah you would expect) in jeans and sandals.
But this Chanel collaboration may be her most stunning campaign for 2015: Even though we can't afford all the pieces from Lagerfeld's collection, we'll always have Gisele in Paris.