A smiling Gisele Bündchen stepped in front of the cameras at Saturday night’s Luz Alliance Fund Miami Gala, showing off a stunning white, one-shoulder dress. According to People, the look was created by eco-friendly designer Stella McCartney and made of sustainable viscose fabric. If the ensemble looks familiar, that’s because this wasn’t Bündchen’s first time wearing it.
The supermodel first donned the dress at the Hollywood for Science Gala in 2019, though she revamped it for this year’s event by removing the garment’s original lengthy, shoulder-concealing train. The Brazilian star’s gala attire is a reminder that we can all put a little more thought into our clothing choices and re-wear (and rework) old pieces to make them feel fresh again for the sake of the environment.
This isn’t the first time the legendary model has worn a famous dress twice either. Bündchen’s 2023 Met Gala look was recycled too, showcasing a Chanel Couture gown she once donned in a 2007 “Harper’s Bazaar Korea” editorial. However, don’t expect to see Bündchen in her Stella McCartney dress a third time — she reportedly sold it for $48,000 at the charity event, with proceeds going to conservation work.