Gisele Bundchen's $700 limited-edition coffee table book sold out a day ahead of its' official Nov. 5 publication date, the supermodel shared on social media, and the publisher confirmed.
The book, simply titled "Gisele," is 536 pages with photographs from 74 photographers, chronicling the supermodel's most recognizable images spanning her entire 20-year career. Including more than 300 photographs, the book also showcases 43 previously unseen images, and only 1,000 copies were printed — all signed by the 35-year-old Brazilian beauty.
The model — who is now married to NFL quarterback Tom Brady and a mom of two — has appeared on more than a thousand magazine covers, walked down more than 450 runways and appeared in numerous ad campaigns for some of the world's biggest brands.
The cover of the book features her iconic nude portrait by photographer Irving Penn.
After her launch party and book signing, she posted a message on Instagram for fans: "Gratitude for all the love I received from everyone at the launch of my book today. Thank you for being there for me at this very special moment."
Bundchen, who was discovered at age 14 in a Brazilian shopping mall, has been the world's top paid supermodel since 2002. According to Forbes, her career earnings total more than $430 million — earning an estimated $47 million in 2014 alone. She decided to hang up her catwalk shoes, formally announcing her retirement from runway modeling in April. But her career is far from over, and she's not ruling out other kinds of modeling in the future.
Proceeds from the sale of the limited-edition book will be donated to charity. The book will be made available as a trade edition for the rest of her fans and admirers in 2016.