Gisele Bundchen has recorded a song to accompany her new campaign for H&M's autumn/winter 2013 collection. Proceeds from downloads will go to charity.
Gisele Bundchen has recorded a song for H&M's new campaign.
The Brazilian supermodel will not only star in the high street brand's autumn/winter 2013 TV adverts, but she has also provided the soundtrack, recording a cover of The Kinks' 'All Day and All of the Night'.
The song will be available to download for free from H&M's official website on September 12, however, fans who are impressed by Gisele's vocal chords can also buy the track on iTunes, with proceeds being donated to charity. A portion of every sale will be gifted to UNICEF to purchase vaccines for children in third world countries.
Gisele said in a statement: ''I am so excited to be the face of H&M this autumn. I love the street style look, and that we can raise funds for a good cause. I hope everyone downloads my song!''
Gisele follows in the footsteps of singing superstar Beyonce, who fronted H&M's summer campaign and provided the vocals for the TV advert, also, with an original song called 'Standing on the Sun'.
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