The "number-5" on the back of the suit is a callout to the perfume Chanel #5. The wetsuit is obviously tailored and she is definitely not hard to look at while wearing it.
I am really please how Bündchen is branding herself as of late. (Kick boxing, surfing, and being a successful woman with kids and a dedicated husband.)
She is, or at one time was the highest paid model on earth, I like aspirational myths & heroes and she is one of them. Though no one is perfect, we should all aspire to become the impossible albeit intellectually, physically, and spiritually. But for those who can't, such as the disabled or otherwise, just showing up and trying hard is even more inspiring.
Director Baz Luhrmann (the man behind films like Moulin Rouge!, Romeo + Juliet, and Strictly Ballroom), however, rethinks the attainability of the modern woman’s Holy Trinity (career, family, love) in the latest campaign for Chanel No. 5. The teaser with lyrics by Lo-Fang, out today, illustrates the “paradox” of the house’s woman: “One moment she’s on the beach and the next she’s in a frock