has released the new highly anticipated campaign video for their iconic No.5 fragrance starring supermodel Gisele Bündchen
The new campaign, titled The One That I Want, opens with Gisele showing off her toned figure as she surfs in the ocean on a surfboard emblazoned with Chanel's logo.
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Gisele gave fans a sneak peek of the campaign on Instagram
As a soulful rendition of the film Grease's famous song You're The One That I Want plays in the background, the Brazilian beauty spots a handsome man at her stunning beach house, who leaves her a handwritten note before he leaves.
The 34-year-old oozes glamour throughout the advert, which sees the real life mother-of-two playing with her on-screen daughter, spritzing Chanel's famous scent as she gets ready and heads to a photoshoot.
Posing in front of a Chanel No.5 themed set, Gisele shows off her supermodel credentials as she poses for the photographer sporting glamorous makeup, dazzling dresses and hair full of volume.
Gisele was unveiled as the new face of No.5 in May
It is there that she finally reads the dashing man's letter, before abruptly rushing off set, wearing a striking black shift dress with bejewelled detail. Arriving at an opulent, 1920s-esque cabaret where the video's singer is performing, Gisele finds her lover and the pair share a passionate kiss.
Fashionistas around the world have been eagerly awaiting the release of Chanel's new campaign, and Gisele teased her fans when she shared a sneak peek during filming on Instagram.
The set in the commercial also featured as a backdrop at a dinner hosted by Chanel
In the Baywatch-esque photo, Gisele is seen carrying the Chanel surfboard as she runs along the beach, showing off her enviable legs in a short navy wetsuit, with her hair in beach-perfect waves.
The former Victoria's Secret angel, who was revealed as the new face of Chanel No.5 in May, recently wowed at a star-studded dinner hosted by the iconic French fashion house. Dazzling in a silver sequinned minidress, Gisele posed for cameras with Baz Luhrmann, who directed the commercial.