The Brazilian beauty bid farewell to the catwalk, closing out a stellar 20-year career.
Gisele Bundchen may be the world’s most famous model-entrepreneur, but it was not enough to keep her on this year’s list of Forbes’ Top 100 Most Powerful Women.
The Brazilian bombshell, who has appeared on this list since at least 2010, was one of the 19 women who were left off this year.
She was joined by the likes of Margaret Hamburg, Amy Pascal, Gail Kelly and Lady Gaga.
Bundchen’s drop from the top 100 list may come as a surprise to many as she has consistently been part of Forbes rankings since her rise to stardom. Yet, her position on the powerful women’s list has been going down every year since she topped at 60th place in 2012.
The 34-year-old mother of two, ranked 72nd in 2010, 83rd in 2011, 95th in 2013 and 89th in 2014.
As of right now, however, Bundchen is still ranked No. 1 as the highest-paid model in the world — for the eighth year in a row.
While Bundchen, who retired from the catwalk last month, is out of the list, several other Latinas made it into the Top 100 list in 2015.
Brazilian President topped the Latinas on the list at No. 7, with Argentina President Christina Fernandez following at No. 16. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet came in at No. 27.
Colombians Sofia Vergara and Shakira remained on the list for the third year in a row, ranking in on No. 57 and No. 81, respectively.
The two beauties premiered on the list in 2012 and have remained solid contenders since then.
Forbes included singer Taylor Swift to the 2015 list, making her the youngest among these group of women.