The 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will go down in the history books for several reasons: It's the first time the Angels have walked in Asia, and it's officially the last year that iconic Brazilian model Alessandra Ambrosio will walk in the show. Though reports of her possible retirement have been circulating — and Alessandra made a vague comment backstage at the show on Monday — the 36-year-old didn't confirm the news until Tuesday, when she posted an emotional goodbye letter on Instagram.
We tend to think of Victoria’s Secret models as impossibly perfect, but they can stumble just like the rest of Us! While strutting in Shanghai during the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, stunning model Ming Xi took a tumble on Monday, November 20 during the Winter’s Tale part of the show. Xi, who was wearing a flowing cape, sky-high stiletto sandals and a large floral headpiece, lost her balance and fell down on the runway.
President Donald Trump isn’t a huge fan of traveling but he has clearly grown to love the receptions he has received on his trips abroad. Related: Giant Swastika-Armed Trump Set on Fire by Left-Wing Protesters in Philippines“Red carpet like I think probably nobody has ever received,” Trump said Monday about the treatment he has received during his five-country tour of Asia.
Chinese delivery men sort boxes in the streets of Beijing.
China’s biggest online shopping event is about to take place on 11 November. The annual event kicks off at midnight and runs for 24 hours featuring steep discounts. @AFPphoto 📷freddufour_afp https://t.co/HcnhOb0DlU
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Selecting a term
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