Gisele Bündchen wears a Hand Me Down indigo tee for Vogue
Gisele Bündchen supports sustainability. In her latest interview with Vogue, she wears one of our hand me down indigo tees. Quick sustainability breakdown: the shirt is made from organic cotton milled in Japan, naturally hand-dyed with Indigo and repaired by hand.
'Gisele Bündchenmay have lived in Boston for a decade, but that doesn’t mean she can pull off the accent. The Brazilian supermodel—adorably—gives it her all in Vogue’s latest episode of 73 Questions, filmed at the gorgeous Bündchen-Brady home, where we find Gisele signing pages for her new book, Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life (out in October).
And what a life she leads! "My natural speed is about 100 miles per hour," she warns, on a tour across the grounds. This mother of two has been everywhere in her incredible career, shot on icebergs, on precipitous waterfalls—and has appeared, she says, on somewhere between one and two thousand magazine covers. Oh, and she loves ancient history and Bruno Mars, can fly a helicopter, and plays a mean acoustic guitar.
She’s radiant in jeans and a t-shirt (of course)—her husband Tom isn’t bad either, practicing his golf swing out on the grass. But who cares about them? The real star of the show is their daughter Vivian, age five, who absolutely steals the show in a cameo. "It matters to me to leave something positive behind," Gisele tells us. She already has.' via Vogue