Izabel Goulart went grocery shopping with her mum one day in her hometown of São Carlos in Brazil. She then received some advice from hairstylist at the store that she should try modeling. Izabel then decided to move to Sao Paulo and this started her career.
In her first runway show for Lodice in the Sao Paulo Fashion Week, she had a wardrobe malfunction as her bikini top fell off. Since then she has walked for Bill Blass, Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Valentino and others.
She also appears in French Marie Claire, British GQ and in vogue Italia often. This beauty from Brazil has also joined the Victoria’s Secret Angels.
Not only is she known for her modeling she has also made guest appearances in Two and a Half Men, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Entourage.
Izabel likes to walk around the farmers market, play tennis and enjoys bowling.
Izabel is with Louisa Models Munich, traffic Models Barcelona, Elite London, women Milan, Women Management Paris and Women Management New York.
In 2005 Izabel Goulart was on the cover for the April French Marie Claire and in the Vogue Brazil December Issue.
In 2005 she also made her first appearance in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and was contracted to be an Angel.
Before the Victoria’s Secret Show in 2007 she was given the star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Izabel is not an Angel anymore but she did walk for Victoria’s secret in 2008, 2009, 2010, 1011, 1012, 2013 and 2014.
In 2008 A/X Armani Exchange made her the face of it and was featured for the brand in three seasonal print campaigns.
Goulart was on the cover for the October 2010 issue of GQ Mexico, Vogue Brazil and she also was in a campaign for Avon. Glamour Mexico also voted her the best international top model in 2010.
She went on to appear in the 2011 issue of Sports illustrated Swimsuit edition as well as appearing in the Dolce & Gabbana spring/summer 2011 campaign. Not only was this, in 2011 she part of the pre-fall campaign for Givenchy, Yamamay’s 10th Anniversary Collection as well as the DKNY Jeans fall/winter campaign.
In 2012 she appeared in two separate editorials for Vogue Spain and was also seen gracing the cover of Glamour Brazil.
With Mirte Maas, Bette Franke and Magdalena in 2013 she was on the cover of one of four editions of Vogue Brazil.
By the middle of 2013 she had become the face for MAC cosmetics for their Tropical Taboo range and featured in an editorial for Vogue Brazil.
She then promoted the Spring/Summer 2014 beachwear collection by Agua De Coco with a campaign as well as being on the cover for GQ Portugal after they elected her the International Woman of the Year.
Izabel continues to be a beauty and regularly models.