Isabeli Bergossi Fontana (born 4 July 1983) is a Brazilian model.
Fontana was born in Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, to Maribel Bergossi and Antonio Carlos Fontana. She is of Portuguese and Italian descent. At just 13 years of age she made it to the finals of the 1996 Elite Model Look. The following year she moved from Brazil to Milan, Italy.
She has been in a number of runway shows since the early 2000s along with supermodels Gisele Bündchen, Carmen Kass, Angela Lindvall, Ana Beatriz Barros, Julia Stegner, Izabel Goulart
In 1999, at the age of 16, she appeared in the Victoria's Secret lingerie catalogue. The shoot caused controversy, as Victoria's Secret stated that they would not use models younger than 18. Soon after the Victoria's Secret shoot, she was signed by Versace, Ralph Lauren and Valentino.
Fontana has been the face of a variety of advertising campaigns including Shiatzy Chen, Armani Jeans, Chanel, Bulgari, Colcci, Disritmia, Dolce and Gabbana, Emporio Armani, , Escada, H&M, Helena Rubinstein, Hugo Boss, Hussein Chalayan, Leonisa, Massimo Dutti, Mango M. Officer, Nicole Farhi, Oscar de la Renta, Peter Hahn, Philips, Ralph Lauren, Revlon, Roberto Cavalli, Rosa Chá, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tommy Hilfiger, Triton, Valentino, Versace, Victoria's Secret, Vivara and others. Photographed by Steven Meisel, she was presented on the September 2004 cover of American Vogue as one of the "Models of the Moment". She featured as a 'Face of the Moment' in May 2009's US Vogue. 
As a youth, Fontana attended Catholic School in the Portão district of Curitiba. She is often seen making the Sign of the Cross in footage. She is a non-practicing Roman Catholic. She was married to model Álvaro Jacomossi but they divorced in 2004. Their son, Zion, was born in 2003. Fontana married actor and model Henri Castelli on 10 December 2005, and their son, Lucas, was born on 23 October 2006 in São Paulo. Fontana and Castelli divorced in 2007. She was engaged to Rohan Marley but the engagement ended in early 2013.
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Isabeli Fontana es una supermodelo brasileña de origen italiano.
Con 13 años participó en 1996 en la final del concurso Elite Model Look. Se mudó del Sur de Brasil a Milán en 1997 para emprender su carrera de modelo. En 1999, con 16 años, fue retratada en el catálogo de lencería de Victoria’s Secret. Su aparición dio lugar a una polémica sobre si era oportuno incluir en los catálogos a modelos de menos de 21 años. En cualquiera caso esa polémica le brindó fama. Después de trabajar para Victoria’s Secrets trabajó para Versace, Ralph Lauren y Valentino. Posó para publicaciones como Sports Illustrated, Marie Claire, ILLA o Vogue. Apareció en la campaña publicitaria de Dolce & Gabbana para la colección primavera – verano de 2011, inspirada en las tradiciones femeninas sicilianas, junto con Alessandra Ambrosio, Izabel Goulart y Maryna Linchuk.