Gisele Caroline Bündchen (born 20 July
1980) is a Brazilian fashion model and occasional film actress
and producer. She is the goodwill ambassador for the United
Nations Environment Programme. In the late 1990s, Bündchen
became the first in a wave of Brazilian models to find
international success. In 1999, Vogue dubbed her "The Return of
the Sexy Model", and she was credited with ending the "heroin
chic" era of modeling. Bündchen was one of Victoria's Secret
Angels from 2000 until mid-2007. Bündchen pioneered the "horse
walk", a stomping movement created when a model picks her knees
up high and kicks her feet out in front. Claudia Schiffer and
Naomi Campbell have stated that Bündchen is the only true
remaining supermodel. In 1997 Bündchen traveled to London,
where she auditioned for 42 shows. She got her big break when
chosen for her ability to walk in towering heels—on a slippery
runway—for Alexander McQueen's spring 1998 "rain" ready-to-wear
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glamour was originally meant to be; a
spell cast over someone, particularly to change how things appeared
to them. The primary modern meaning of the word relates to fascination,
charisma, beauty, or attraction. Celebrities
are often referenced as glamorous. In addition to celebs being
glamorous, regular every day people, or their lifestyles,
can be described as glamorous. Although many words which end in
in British English are spelled with "or"
in American English, "glamour" is an exception with the "u"
usually being retained. This may
be due to its original being Scottish rather than French or Latin.
The alternative spelling "glamour"
is sometimes used in American English, but not as frequently.
Also, Glamour in modern day is occasionally
abbreviated as simply Glam.