March 4, 2024

Gisele Bundchen reprized her 2019 look for a party in Miami | fashion

This Saturday (20.05), Miami is hosting the Fundo Luz Alliance gala, a partnership between Gisele Bündchen and the BrazilFoundation, an organization that promotes sustainable philanthropy in Brazil. For the event, which takes place at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, the übermodel proves once again that repeating the look is elegant and sustainable: she bet on a long white dress signed by the eco-friendly designer Stella McCartney, the same one she wore in 2019 at a gala of the UCLA IoES (Environmental Institute and Sustainability at the University of California), when she was honored. This isn’t the first time the top has replicated a look. At this year’s MET Gala, she wore a Chanel couture piece she wore in 2007 in an editorial signed by Karl Lagerfeld.

This is the first gala dedicated exclusively to the Fundo Luz Alliance, created by Giselle in 2020. The aim is to promote awareness of the importance of investments in the regeneration of Brazilian biomes. Gesell points out that protecting nature and helping to regenerate biomes is essential if we are to have a more harmonious life. “Everything we need to live comes from nature, it is the source of life. Without it, we could not be here,” he says. He continues, “One of the things I’ve learned in life is that no one does anything alone. Joining forces with Brazil’s foundation, business, and society and partnering with organizations that are working to build a better world, creates a much greater impact,” he continues.

Gisele Bundchen in 2019 in Stella McCartney – Photo: Getty Images

The party will be led by dancer Ingrid Silva. The pieces available for auction for the Trust include a work by Vic Muniz. Photo by Sebastião Salgado; An exclusive carnival experience in Salvador with five nights at the Fera Palace Hotel and in the square on the Barra Ondina circuit with singer Ivete Sangalo, who will also perform at night, as well as Brazilian DJ Marina Diniz.

Funds raised at the opening ceremony in Miami will help expand support for biome regeneration, and in turn, quality of life in the communities.