Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady Income To Get Bigger With Opening Of Their Lingerie Store; Supermodel Now A Rival Of Her Former Employer Victoria's Secret?
By Staff Writer | March 13, 2014 10:52 PM EDT
Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's income might become greater now that the Victoria's Secret Angel will be opening her first lingerie store in Brazil.
The 33-year-old supermodel will be partnering with lingerie manufacturer Hope as she opens her first Gisele Bundchen Intimates store in Sao Paulo this coming May. It is likewise the same month, Victoria's Secret will be distributing exclusive undergarments in Brazil.
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Hope is currently in 40 countries but Bundchen is determined to help the company in its expansion goal to London, Los Angeles, and New York.
"Gisele is our best brand today. We still have lots of room for growth in Brazil, but we have to think strategically where we want to grow and we want to be a global brand," said company director Fabio Figueiredo.
Tom Brady's wife first partnered with hope in 2010. Her first collection included python-print corsets, pink and black lace campisoles, and nude garter belts which didn't exceed $80.
Bundchen might indeed help Hope gain exposure. She previously partnered with the makers of Ipanema which resulted to a $1.16 billion sales amount of the Brazilian flip flops.
However, Victoria's Secret is yet to comment about their former Angel's newest venture. For the past seven years, Bundchen has been hailed by Forbes as the top-earning supermodel. For 2013, she earned $42 million which was far from No. 2 Miranda Kerr's $7.2 million earnings.
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