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Daft Punk & Gisele Bündchen by Terry Richardson for The WSJ Magazine

The Wall Street Journal has revealed the entirety of its Terry Richardson-shot spread featuring

The Wall Street Journal has revealed the entirety of its Terry Richardson-shot spread featuring Daft Punk and Gisele Bündchen for the November 2013 “Innovators Issue” of The WSJ Magazine. Pairing the helmeted Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter – complete with their signature Hedi Slimane-designed Saint Laurent suits – with the 33-year-old supermodel, the spread coincides with a lengthy retrospective of the celebrated robots’ 20-year career, catching the Frenchmen’s thoughts on everything from meeting one another in 1987 as eighth-grade art kids at Paris’s Lycée Carnot and their pre-Punk musical endeavors to Random Access Memories, working with Nile Rodgers and Pharrell, and more. Enjoy the shoot above and head on over to WSJ.com to read the piece in its entirety. The November 2013 issue of The Wall Street Journal Magazine is now available at select newsstands.

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