Everything You Need to Know about Gisele’s Rio Olympics Dress

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In the Opening Ceremony of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Brazilian ex-supermodel, Gisele Bundchen made a catwalk comeback. Even though she had called her retirement from the fashion runways quite some time back, she made a stunning appearance with a classic catwalk at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games. At the event Gisele walked alone with the song ‘The Gril From Ipanema’.

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At the Rio’s Maracana Stadium, in front of 78000 people in the audience and more than 3 million people watching from their television screen, the model dazzled away at the ramp in a beautiful gold sequined column by designer Alexandre Herchcovitch.

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When asked he Brazilian Designer, Alexandre, about the design of the dress that Gisele wore the designer said it took around four months to create the dress. In the interview the designers talked all about the dress and said that the hard work that has gone behind the dress has now paid off.

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The dress worn by Gisele is a long length dress with a long train, pierced at the front and with pleats at the waist. The dress has a deep V-neck with long sleeves and a high-thigh slit. Alexander said that the dress was made of mesh fabric and is covered with bright golden sequins one both sides and is embroidered horizontally.

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When it was asked the designer that how it was to wore with Gisele, he said that the model exactly knew what looks good on her and so she helped the designer with his job. He said that Gisele also made some necessary changes and made sure that she was there for the whole process of making the dress. It was the collaboration of both the minds that the dress looks the way it is now, and of course the model carried it off very well. Herchcovitch said that the process become very easy as he has worked with Gisele even before.

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