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Newly single, new look.

Tom Brady may have announced his (second) retirement, earlier this month, but ex-wife Gisele Bündchen is going full steam ahead with her career, recently posing for her first Vogue magazine cover since their divorce.

The former Victoria’s Secret model, 42, looks totally unrecognizable on the front of Vogue Italia’s March 2023 issue, sporting a sheer red Valentino gown with a matching fiery wig and lipstick, super-thin brows and a dramatic smokey eyeshadow look.

In the spread, she models a variety of hairstyles, each more shocking than the next; Bündchen pairs her cover glam with a black leather jacket, and shows off a platinum blond bob with a blue Thom Browne blazer dress tied with an oversized bow.

Elsewhere in the shoot, Bündchen wears Ludovic de Saint Sernin lingerie and Agent Provocateur thigh-highs with little besides but a Givenchy trench coat and dark chin-length hair, and models a fluffy teased-out red wig with a black strapless Off-White dress.

Lastly, the sexy siren paired her natural hair — curled up into a pinup-worthy look — with a sheer Dolce & Gabbana corset dress over pink lingerie.

The Brazilian star has been on something of a sexy world tour since her split, recently recreating her 2004 Rio Carnival look in a crop top and low-slung white pants.

She’s also been spotted posing for a mystery photoshoot in a series of swimsuits, including a pink Chanel one-piece and a purple hooded Versace style.

Apparently Brady, 45, approves of the mom of two getting back into modeling full-time; shortly after she starred in an ad campaign for Louis Vuitton’s collaboration with artist Yayoi Kusama, the NFL great was snapped carrying one of the bags from the collection.

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