Nationality: Brazil Role: Model, Designer Hair: Blonde Eyes: Blue Height (cm): 180 Bust (cm): 86 Waist (cm): 66 Hips (cm): 91 Shoe (us): 8 Gisele Bündchen is a supermodel, philanthropist, global environmentalist, and bestselling author. Her roots are in a small-town south of the Uruguay River, Horizontina, Brazil where her love for nature was fostered. Gisele uses her global platform to raise awareness about the importance of safeguarding our planet and all living beings to make the world a healthier, happier place for future generations. For the past 10 years, she has been a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environmental Program and has been honored by Harvard University and UCLA for her longtime commitment to environmental causes. Believing that change starts in your own community, Gisele looked to her hometown. In 2008 she founded Projeto gua Limpa (The Clean Water Project) with the mission to improve the water quality in the region. They have reinvigorated the area by planting over 40,000 trees along the riparian vegetation of the micro basin, and in addition to improving the water source, they also saw wildlife return to the region. She looks forward to replicating the program in other regions of Brazil and the world. Gisele also took part in the documentary Years of Living Dangerously, showing some challenges the Amazon region and her native country of Brazil are facing due to illegal deforestation and its impact on our climate. Gisele was honored with the Global Environmental Citizen Award by Harvard Medical School and received the Best Green International Celebrity Award by the Green Awards. Gisele also received the first ever Eco Laureate Award in partnership with Vogue Italia, created to celebrate sustainability in the fashion industry. Recently she was one of the faces and a very important influencer of the awarded UN campaign “Wild for Life”. She's also teamed up with author Paul Hawken to promote his new book "Drawdown," which explores solutions to climate change. As an optimist, she believes we have the power to make the necessary changes that will significantly impact generations to come.
Model • July 20, 1980 • 180 cm