Women’s Wear Daily
04.23.2014
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Gisele Bündchen Tests Her Pipes in H&M Ad

Brazilian model sings a cover of a 1964 hit by The Kinks.

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Gisele Bündchen in the H&M fall campaign

Gisele Bündchen in the H&M fall campaign

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POWER CORDS: Gisele Bündchen wants to be seen, and heard, as the star of H&M’s fall fashion campaign. The Brazilian model sings a cover version of The Kinks’ 1964 ditty “All Day and All of the Night” for TV and online commercials that are slated to break Sept. 12. The Swedish fashion chain also plans to offer the song as a free download from its Web site and iTunes, making a donation to UNICEF’s vaccination efforts with each one.

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