Gisele Stuns in Epic Baz Luhrmann-Directed Chanel No. 5 Short Film

by Antoinette Bueno 10:05 AM PDT, October 15, 2014
Playing Gisele Stuns in Epic Baz Luhrmann-Directed Chanel No. 5 Short Film

Now we know why Gisele makes $128,000 a day.

And clearly, she's worth every penny.

The 34-year-old supermodel stars in Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann's new short film for Chanel's iconic No. 5 fragrance, looking more beautiful than ever opposite handsome Game of Thrones actor Michiel Huisman.

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The short film is particularly notable as Gisele attempts to embody the modern woman -- yes, she has a love interest in the film, but she also has a child, as well as a high-profile career in the three-minute clip. Watch the full clip below.

Luhrmann memorably directed Nicole Kidman's super-romantic Chanel No. 5 short film over a decade ago, and explained how his direction has changed to reflect the times.

"The big thing for us is, how is the Chanel woman that we focused on 10 years ago, how is she different now 10 years later?" Luhrmann says in a behind-the-scenes look at the ad. "... We are in a moment where the Chanel woman should be someone who could be herself on a beach or have a moment to herself, or can be with her child or children, can have an aspirational career where you know, she does something that she finds fulfilling, but at the same time she can have a true relationship, can also have romance."

Hmmm ... sounds a lot like Gisele's real life to us!

But aside from a dazzling Gisele riding a Chanel surfboard and pulling off the sneakers-with-a-dress look, singer Lo Fang's unique take on the Grease hit "The One That I Want" also takes center stage in the film, totally in keeping with The Great Gatsby director's penchant for giving classic songs a modern twist.

Just try and get this sultry take on the song out of your head today.

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Check out the video below for a look at how Gisele's red carpet fashion -- but not that famous body -- has changed over the years!