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Gisele Bundchen Planning to Retire After San Paulo Fashion Week

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By    |   Monday, 16 Mar 2015 09:44 AM

Gisele Bundchen is reportedly planning to retire from the catwalk after her final show for Brazilian brand Colcci during Sao Paulo Fashion Week in April.

The 34-year-old has been modeling for about 20 years and was named the world’s highest-paid model for the past eight years, Us Weekly reported.

Bundchen plans to continue her work for contracts including Under Armour and Chanel.

The former Victoria Secret model is married to football star Tom Brady and has two children. In recent years, she has scaled back her runway appearances while continuing campaigns for such brands as Stuart Weitzman, H&M, and Balenciaga, in addition to her own footwear and lingerie brands, The Telegraph reported.

Bundchen began her modeling career in Brazil and has long dreamed of ending her catwalk career there, the Daily Mail reported.

Her work has included eight runway appearances as a Victoria's Secret Angel and a spot in Chanel's "feminist protest" catwalk show in Paris in September.

Brazilian media outlets first reported the news of her pending retirement.

Bundchen has walked for Colcci at Sao Paulo Fashion Week numerous times, including while pregnant in 2009 and after the birth of her son in 2010.

Bundchen ranked 89th on Forbes' list of most powerful women last year and 56th among most powerful celebrities, earning an estimated $47 million.

Twitter users shared mixed reactions.






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