Now it's Gisele Bundchen's turn to Get Lucky with Daft Punk
Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen shares the cover of the Wall Street Journal Magazine's new issue with electro duo Daft Punk.
Electro duo Daft Punk and their sequinned Saint Laurent suits are surely in the market for a model agent.
The helmet-sporting twosome featured in the pages of the August issue of American Vogue (alongside the statuesque Karlie Kloss) and now they've popped up on the cover of the Wall Street Journal in a Gisele Bündchen sandwich.
Daft Punk - or Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo as they are known on their passports - get very close to the Brazilian supermodel on the cover, caressing her leg and her shoulder. She meanwhile, stands unfazed in a plunging navy blue embellished catsuit by Versace.
The duo, who famously go to great lengths to conceal their faces, also roped their children in on the shoot. While their identities also remain a mystery, two mini Daft Punks feature inside the magazine next to a more maternal-lloking Bunchen (however we must point out that she's essentially wearing a wholly sheer dress with some big underwear beneath.
Terry Richardson captured the images, which are for the magazine's November issue, and see Bündchen has a go at sporting one of the helmets, too.
The cover stars have since been reunited trio were reunited in New York for WSJ Innovator of the Year Awards in Manhattan on November 6.