PHOTOS: Victoria’s Secret 2017 Fashion Show Heads To Shanghai

Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter

Victoria’s Secret announced Tuesday that this year’s lingerie fashion show will take place in Shanghai.

“Breaking 2017 #VSFashionShow news: Shanghai, we’re coming for you. Watch it Nov 28, 10/9C on @cbstv. Click our profile link for the full Angel line-up & more,” the lingerie company shared on Instagram in a shot that’s close to going viral. In the picture, a handful of VS Angels, including Alessandra Ambrosio and Josephine Skriver, pose wearing I Love China T-Shirts with the city in the background. (RELATED: PHOTOS: Gigi Hadid Comes Dangerously Close To A Wardrobe Malfunction In This Outfit In NYC)

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A handful of our favorite lingerie models who walked the runway last year for the company have posted on their social media accounts that they will be there again. The list includes Gigi and Bella Hadid, Stella Maxwell, Martha Hunt, and Sara Sampaio, just to name a few.

“Forever and ever and ever a dream come true to be asked back to the VS Show !!!
Thank you my friends @ed_razek @10magazine @johndavidpfeiffer @monica.mitro for another unforgettable opportunity; every aspect makes me feel like a dreaming kid again (as shown here at last year’s fitting, by @jeromeduran)! ☁️ @victoriassecret #VSFS2017,” Gigi Hadid captioned her post wearing nothing except black lingerie.

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Katie Jerkovich

Entertainment Reporter


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