Sun, moon, and stars for Gisele and Missoni SS/19

Sun, moon, and stars for Gisele and Missoni SS/19

Looking at fashion as an art form, there are some moments that truly make their sartorial mark on the world. Like the time Gigele Bündchen became a supermodel, breaking all stereotypes and setting free a more natural, physical way of being beautiful and fashionable. That was twenty years ago, believe it or not…and one of the first brands to acknowledge the Brazilian beauty’s powerful stance was non other that Missoni, a household name that never follows the norm but rather creates its own, standing out from the crowd.

Sun, moon, and stars for Gisele and Missoni SS/19

Looking at fashion as an art form, there are some moments that truly make their sartorial mark on the world. Like the time Gigele Bündchen became a supermodel, breaking all stereotypes and setting free a more natural, physical way of being beautiful and fashionable. That was twenty years ago, believe it or not…and one of the first brands to acknowledge the Brazilian beauty’s powerful stance was non other that Missoni, a household name that never follows the norm but rather creates its own, standing out from the crowd.

Sun, moon, and stars for Gisele and Missoni SS/19

Looking at fashion as an art form, there are some moments that truly make their sartorial mark on the world. Like the time Gigele Bündchen became a supermodel, breaking all stereotypes and setting free a more natural, physical way of being beautiful and fashionable. That was twenty years ago, believe it or not…and one of the first brands to acknowledge the Brazilian beauty’s powerful stance was non other that Missoni, a household name that never follows the norm but rather creates its own, standing out from the crowd.

Clad in classic Missoni knits, Gigele posed in black&white for the Fall/Winter 1998 campaign of the Italian brand, creating unforgettable, classic images. Her face covered with locks of hair, her slim figure being the protagonist. Fast forward to today. Apart from being a celebrity supermodel, having earned her star in the history of fashion, Gigele is a mother, a wife and a strong supporter of environmental issues, never afraid to share her piece of mind with the world. Her supernova status is fascinatingly suited to Missoni’s fresh campaign for SS/19, where she is joined by Belgian-Egyptian singer Tamino Amir Moharam Fouad, and photographed by Harley Weir. Leaving behind the earthy settings Missoni has been related with, the two protagonists appear as travellers who transcend space and time; embodying the nomadic spirit of the collection. The campaign is washed in the nocturnal lights of space, as the stars and planets transform into an ethereal background, creating the ideal backdrop for the brand’s beautifully crafted designs. Gigele poses as a dreamlike creature emerging from the astral heavens. Dresses encrusted in ruffles and gossamery knitted mesh or iridescent ensembles in space-dyed lamé drape the body of her while dancing. The campaign was shot in New York last October and Angela Missoni’s creative direction created an otherworldly scene that will stay in our fashion dreams for quite a long time…

Clad in classic Missoni knits, Gigele posed in black&white for the Fall/Winter 1998 campaign of the Italian brand, creating unforgettable, classic images. Her face covered with locks of hair, her slim figure being the protagonist. Fast forward to today. Apart from being a celebrity supermodel, having earned her star in the history of fashion, Gigele is a mother, a wife and a strong supporter of environmental issues, never afraid to share her piece of mind with the world. Her supernova status is fascinatingly suited to Missoni’s fresh campaign for SS/19, where she is joined by Belgian-Egyptian singer Tamino Amir Moharam Fouad, and photographed by Harley Weir. Leaving behind the earthy settings Missoni has been related with, the two protagonists appear as travellers who transcend space and time; embodying the nomadic spirit of the collection. The campaign is washed in the nocturnal lights of space, as the stars and planets transform into an ethereal background, creating the ideal backdrop for the brand’s beautifully crafted designs. Gigele poses as a dreamlike creature emerging from the astral heavens. Dresses encrusted in ruffles and gossamery knitted mesh or iridescent ensembles in space-dyed lamé drape the body of her while dancing. The campaign was shot in New York last October and Angela Missoni’s creative direction created an otherworldly scene that will stay in our fashion dreams for quite a long time…

Clad in classic Missoni knits, Gigele posed in black&white for the Fall/Winter 1998 campaign of the Italian brand, creating unforgettable, classic images. Her face covered with locks of hair, her slim figure being the protagonist. Fast forward to today. Apart from being a celebrity supermodel, having earned her star in the history of fashion, Gigele is a mother, a wife and a strong supporter of environmental issues, never afraid to share her piece of mind with the world. Her supernova status is fascinatingly suited to Missoni’s fresh campaign for SS/19, where she is joined by Belgian-Egyptian singer Tamino Amir Moharam Fouad, and photographed by Harley Weir. Leaving behind the earthy settings Missoni has been related with, the two protagonists appear as travellers who transcend space and time; embodying the nomadic spirit of the collection. The campaign is washed in the nocturnal lights of space, as the stars and planets transform into an ethereal background, creating the ideal backdrop for the brand’s beautifully crafted designs. Gigele poses as a dreamlike creature emerging from the astral heavens. Dresses encrusted in ruffles and gossamery knitted mesh or iridescent ensembles in space-dyed lamé drape the body of her while dancing. The campaign was shot in New York last October and Angela Missoni’s creative direction created an otherworldly scene that will stay in our fashion dreams for quite a long time…