Ferragamo was one of three major brands to use Gisele Bündchen for its spring 2012 campaign. But is too much Gisele ever a bad thing? In this exclusive behind-the-scenes video of the making of Ferragamo's spring campaign, shot in Jamaica, we get a peek at Gisele in action and hear from her handsome campaign co-star Noah Mills (whom you might recognize as the guy Samantha Jones bones in Sex and the City 2) as well as the brand's charming creative director, Massimiliano Giornetti. Unsurprisingly, world's richest supermodel Gisele doesn't speak. It probably cost a lot extra.
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A Hat Trick for Gisele Bündchen: The Supermodel Lands Her Third Major Spring Campaign
This is why Gisele Bündchen is the richest supermodel ever. The spring 2012 campaigns are all breaking and Gisele has landed three of them. And sinc
Exclusive: Behind-the-Scene Video of Ferragamo's Spring 2011 Campaign Starring Daria Werbowy
The spring ad campaigns keep pouring in, and in this behind-the-scenes video, we get to see how Ferragamo's seductively luxe campaign was made. Phot
Exclusive Sneak Peek: A Sketch From Ferragamo's Spring 2013 Collection
Ferragamo's spring 2013 collection doesn't hit the runway in Milan until tomorrow at 6 p.m. (that's noon EST for those of you who want to tune in and watch it stream live), but we've got an exclusive look at what's to come. Ferragamo Creative Director Massimiliano Giornetti has given us a sketch from his new collection. So, whaddyathink?
Eva Mendes, Freida Pinto and Scott Speedman Turn Out For Ferragamo's Wildly Extravagant Resort Show
Today is a good day for Ferragamo. The label debuted on the Milan stock exchange this morning to a strong showing. Yesterday afternoon, the storied 83-year-old Florence house presented their first ever show in the US. And, almost as if Ferragamo knew they'd richer the next day, they pulled out all the stops for this resort show. Ferragamo presented their 2012 resort collection in the grandest of settings--the James B Duke mansion on New York's upper east side, former home to heiress Doris Duke. (It's now owned by NYU and houses an art history library for grad students--the space is reason enough to apply.) Models descended from a marble staircase (not an easy feat in sky high platform wedges) as a bevy of A-list celebrities--including Eva Mendes, Frieda Pinto, Emma Roberts and Scott Speedman (who was there with girlfriend Theresa Palmer, creepy stalker photo proof below)--watched on.