Victoria’s Secret Now Flies Kendall Jenner, Bella and Gigi Hadid; Girls Wore Their Wings For the First Time

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 01, 2016 03:02 AM EST
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Victoria's Secret recently launched their latest lingerie line and they have new "winged" girls aboard. Held in Paris over the weekend, Kendall, Gigi and Bella strutted their stuff to the tune of Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and The Weeknd. But aside from the girls, the one woman that spiced up the event is Elsa Hosk who wore the enigmatic ensemble of the Chinese Dragon wrap.

The 2016 Victoria's Secret event hosted a total of 51 models ranging Adriana Lima to newbies like Kendall. Imagine the chaos that erupted backstage? Stylist Sarah Potempa of Refinery 29 said "We want to embrace everyone's natural beauty. We're giving a carefree approach to the length and type of curl. Some women with shorter hair, maybe a lob, will walk with that hair. We're not gonna add extensions to make it super-long ... we're not gonna put a wig on. We're gonna embrace it. There are 51 women, and we're gonna make them feel their most beautiful."

Of course, the million dollar bra that Victoria's Secret usually feature is present during the Paris event. As the city shone with their bright lights, so did jasmine Tookes who donned this year's $3 million bra. The bra, which is covered with diamonds and emeralds actually had a total of 9,000 gemstones; a stunning masterpiece fit to shine alongside the city of lights.

The bra obviously weighed heavy and can be compared to the weight of a 450 karats. Bella Hadid on the other hand described the event as an amazing experience and she's happy to have shared it with her best friend and sibling, Gigi Hadid. Yolanda Hadid, the mother of Gigi and Bella was so caught up in the moment, she Instagrammed a picture of the sisters in their younger days wearing the "wings."

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