Gisele Bundchen gives British Vogue's December cover some mega-watt voltage.

The gorgeous supermodel rocks the main shot, on newsstands Nov. 3, decked out in rainbow, sparkly leggings.

The leggings are designed by Pam Hogg and have been quite the topic of conversation during the weeks leading up to the magazine's release.

Gisele looks fantastic in the leggings, Hogg told Vogue. I made them a few years ago now, so they are from my archive but can be worn at any time and in many different ways. Lucinda [Chambers, the Vogue fashion director who styled the shoot], has a good eye - she's good at choosing my timeless pieces.

Hogg says that she was knocked out to see Gisele wear her multi-colored, striped leather and lycra design. They were originally created in 2008 and appeared in her Fall/Winter 2009-2010 collection.

For the show, my model wore them with a matching multi-coloured fur jacket, but they're versatile, she explained. I designed them with a feeling of glam-rock-meets-Parisian-chic. It's a misconception that I make punk clothes, I design with an individual style, and the punk era welcomed that way of working. Gisele wears them in a very classy way, and I love that.

Gisele's editorial spread is entitled She's Electric. This is quite a fitting caption for someone who can hail this as her thirteenth Vogue cover for 2011 alone.

The Brazilian beauty dons some other brilliantly-colored attire in the editorial spread, like a lemon-yellow mini skirt and turquoise pumps.

In the interview, she dishes on son Benjamin Rein's yoga birth, life with her five sisters, and eating broccoli for dessert.

Gisele returned to the catwalk just six months after giving birth to her first son with husband Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots.

The exceptionally pretty family spend their time in their dream house - a $20 million, 22,000 square-foot mansion in Brentwood, Cali.

The house includes a six-car garage, covered bridge connecting two parts of the house, a nursery, a lagoon-shaped pool, a wine cellar, and a gym.

You can get your very own pair of Hogg's awesome neon hot pants for a cool £900.