Gisele Bundchen has launched a second clothing collection for retailer C&A, which has stores in Europe and her home country of Brazil.
The budget-friendly line features pieces inspired by the model's own lifestyle, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail.
The casualwear pieces include a coral cropped blazer, v-neck leopard print blouse, cut-off demin shorts, lace cardigan and black tailored shorts.
She also modeled her own creations in the recent shoot for the line and is said to have applied her own makeup for the photographs.
Bundchen first collaborated with C&A for a collection that debuted in April. At the time, she served as a living mannequin, modeling the clothes in a storefront in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
She is said to be the world's top-earning model. She also has dabbled in acting, appearing in 2004's Taxi and 2006's The Devil Wears Prada.