Even Angels need to retire at some point, and Alessandra Ambrosio is now ready to hang up her wings. Reports had been swirling that Monday's extravaganza will be the Brazilian model's last time walking down the runway at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show . In fact, yesterday, People asked the 36-year-old model backstage at this year's show in Shanghai, China, if the rumors were true, but it seems even Ambrosio wasn't ready to confirm what the future holds at the time. “I don’t know,” she said.
In 2017, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is an elaborate spectacle from start to finish, where superstars like Karlie Kloss, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Bella Hadid don expensive (and heavy) now-iconic wings, flaunt bombshell hair , and Fantasy Bras with million dollar price tags. Not to mention, the millions of Swarovski crystals, dozens of glam squads, hours of gym time the angles put in , and the extensive social media posts used to promote the runway show.
In 2017 the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is an elaborate spectacle from start to finish, where superstars like Karlie Kloss, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Bella Hadid don expensive (and heavy) now iconic wings, flaunt bombshell hair , and Fantasy Bras with million-dollar price tags—not to mention the millions of Swarovski crystals, dozens of glam squads, hours of gym time the angels put in, and the extensive social media posts used to promote the runway show. But that's not how things always were.
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