Style Notes: Tom Brady and Gisele's $200 Cookbook; Linda Farrow's $32K Sunglasses

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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen

Friday's (pricey) style news.

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen Selling $200 Cookbook [Racked]
You can now live (well, eat) just like Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen — but it will cost you. The couple's super-strict, veggie-heavy diet, which made headlines earlier this year for its "no white sugar, no white flour, no MSG" guidelines, is now available in cookbook form. The wood-bound nutrition manual features 89 recipes and retails for $200. But if it helps you look anything like Gisele and Tom, we'd say it's worth every penny.

Linda Farrow Debuts $32K Sunglasses in Collab With Lane Crawford [WWD]
The tagline for Linda Farrow's luxury specs, "the world's most exclusive eyewear," just took on a whole new meaning. The eyewear brand just revealed a new three-piece exclusive capsule collection for Lane Crawford, a luxury department store in Asia, that includes one style with a $32,000 price tag — the brand's most expensive pair ever. With frames composed of 18-karat yellow gold decked out in diamonds and lenses made up of 24-karat gold, creative director Simon Jablon calls the sunnies "a steal."

Spring Fashion Campaigns Were Most Diverse Ever, But That's Not Saying Much [The Fashion Spot]
According to an investigation by The Fashion Spot, fashion's spring 2016 ad campaigns were more racially diverse than fall 2015's campaigns — but they weren't necessarily less white. Representation of white models in the 236 print ads observed was still high at 78.2 percent, however, the number of black (8.3 percent) and Latina models (3.8 percent) doubled when compared to last year's numbers. Asian models, however, saw a decline of about 2 percent, coming in at 4.3 percent this year.