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Gisele Bündchen's First Commercial for Stuart Weitzman Will Debut During the 2015 VMAs–But We've Got a Sneak Peek!

by Lindsey Sirera Wed., Aug. 26, 2015 5:15 PM PDT

Stuart Weitzman, Gisele Bundchen

Stuart Weitzman, Gisele BundchenMario Testino/Stuart Weitzman

Jessica Simpson‘s boots were made for walking, but Gisele Bündchen‘s were clearly made for dancing.

Following a slew of red-hot Stuart Weitzman campaigns, Gisele is leading the luxury footwear line into unchartered territory. No, she’s not going completely nude for the ads (albeit she’s come very close in the past, and has an affinity for posing in the buff)—she’s starring in Stuart Weitzman’s first-ever television commercial.

Directed by—who else?—Vogue‘s adored photographer Mario Testino, the black-and-white vid looks like something Taylor Swift might dream up as a sexy, shoe-filled sequel to her “Shake It Off” music video. Like T.Swift, Gisele gets her groove on in the studio dancing around to a slick beat. But unlike T.Swift, the supermodel is decked out in several of the shoe designer’s most enviable fall duds (like those stretch plongé leather Koko booties, ahhh) and is surrounded entirely by a troupe of smokin’ hot male dancers.

PHOTOS: Gisele’s had quite a few killer hair moments

Stuart Weitzman, Gisele BundchenMario Testino/Stuart Weitzman

Not to compare the two, but c’mon—Taylor’s video may have some real competition here.

For more than a year, Gisele’s been filling the shoes as Stuart Weitzman’s resident brand ambassador since taking over for Kate Moss. She’s gone topless, pants-less, topless again and then pants-less once more for the designer’s steamy ads. And what she’s doing is obviously working, considering Stuart Weitzman footwear remains a celeb-adored staple on pretty much every red carpet.

Head on down to the exclusive video below to watch Gisele get her groove on behind the scenes. But for the full-length commercial, you’ll have to tune into the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday. 

PHOTOS: Gisele’s top runway moments


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