Take a peek backstage at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

11 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

11 models walking the Victoria’s Secret show for the first time.

Yes, it is time for Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, though the masses will have to wait until next month to watch the 20th annual lingerie extravaganza on TV.

The gods of public ritual have produced a strange parallel for us: Today, the Republican presidential candidates will debate in Milwaukee as Victoria’s Secret films its famous fashion show in New York*. The show, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year is going to rock it, we’re sure, featuring performances by Ellie Goulding, Selena Gomez and The Weeknd. Among the showpieces teased in advance were Aldridge in a $2 million demi-bra of 18-karat gold, encrusted with 6500 diamonds, blue topaz, yellow sapphires and other precious stones fashioned like blasts of streaky colour worthy of July Fourth. Is “angel” a Secret Service code name for a potential First Lady, a coy moniker for a lingerie model, or an anecdotal nickname for a neurosurgeon with a savior complex?

Meanwhile, the folks over at Swarovski, one of the show’s sponsors, had a hand in a corset sparkling with 90,000 gold, red, green and blue crystals created by French couturier Serkan Cura. Do you think America’s going down the tubes, and most of us are probably headed straight to hell, and you’ve got half a mind to write a strongly worded letter to that very effect? *Correction, Nov. 10, 2015: Blinded by the glitz of the fireworks fantasy bra, this post originally confused Victoria’s Secret’s filming date for its air date, and has been updated.

Hunt had the privilege of previewing the look she will don at showtime, along with her wings weighed down by 20,000 crystals of their own and 1200 battery-powered LED lights.

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