Gisele Bundchen Does Numero Tokyo May 2011

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Since we started talking about Japanese fashion magazine, I have to mention Numero Tokyo, the 46th issue, May 2011. Because the first thing you’ll notice about this magazine is the very cover.

Gisele Bundchen went brunette with a heavy frizz factor on the cover. Working the Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2011 look, Gisele is way out of her usual league which wouldn’t normally bother me if she could really pull the job. And she doesn’t. Visually flawless, the cover lacks life and sparkle. I wonder if I’m so used to seeing Gisele with blond hair that I can’t feel this Numero at its full power. What say you? Which Gisele do you like? (more images right after the jump, click here for the gallery!) (Numero via)

Gisele Bundchen Numero Tokyo May 2011 cover

Gisele Bundchen Numero Tokyo May 2011 redhead

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#1 keiko on 03.31.11 at 5:17 pm

I just don’t get why Giselle is so super? She is too old for this fashion spread – it just doesn’t suit her.

#2 ajgingerbelle on 04.01.11 at 4:09 am

She’s definitely the wrong model for this style. The cover is ugly.

I think the Japanese don’t really care at the moment don’t you think? Apparently not….

#3 ajgingerbelle on 04.01.11 at 4:39 am

Apologies….just noticed you paid attention to ‘Japan in distress’ in the Kate Moss’ Vogue Japan article.

#4 kpriss on 04.01.11 at 7:44 am

:* How are you, my sweet lady? I’m trying my best to not let the Japan thing get to me. But that’s one of the reasons I’m more inclined to write about Japanese magazines… I so wish it could be in our power to do something :(

#5 ajgingerbelle on 04.01.11 at 10:25 am

Hi lovely lady! :) :*

You know me by now and I wish so often I was different but I’m not: I’m so terribly distressed with all that goes on our globe….and I know I can not change a thing….more bad news today….:((

Anyways: again I stick to my comment about Gisele not with the view of worrier but with a aesthetic (ahem) fash view

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