Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017: Everything You Need To Know
When is the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017 happening?
The CBS broadcast of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017 catwalk spectacular will air on the network on November 28 at 10pm EST, and will include pink-carpet interviews, model profiles and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, as well as the runway presentation of brand-new winged creations, lingerie and the much-anticipated collaboration with Balmain.
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Where is it happening?
Last year the Angels jetted to Paris, and previous shows have taken place in New York, London, Los Angeles, Miami and Cannes. This year, Victoria’s Secret is tapping into its growing Chinese market and staging the event in Shanghai. Unlike former years, which saw models fly to the location in a private (pink) jet, this year, due to the distance, the catwalk stars will meet in China.
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Where can I watch it in the UK?
UK residents can tune in using the streaming app HayU from November 29. The show will be watched in over 190 countries – last year it received 1.4 billion views and more than 150 billion media impressions worldwide.
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From who’s walking, to who isn’t walking, and details of the fantasy bra, performers and themes, here’s your definitive guide to the Victoria’s Secret show 2017.
Who isn’t walking?
Though it was announced in August that Behati Prinsloo would return to the runway alongside fellow South African beauty Swanepoel, the model took to Instagram in September to tell fans that she is expecting her second child with husband Adam Levine. “I promised Behati I wouldn’t say a word until she did,” senior creative at Victoria’s Secret, Ed Razek, commented via his own social media. “Bee, I kept my promise! We will miss you in Shanghai! Love you and very happy for you, Adam and Dusty!”
Who are the new Victoria’s Secret models for 2017?
Around 400 hopefuls from agencies in London, Paris, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Argentina and the USA attended callbacks at the New York headquarters in August. “You can recognise in an instant that a model is going to become a significant presence within the brand,” casting director John Pfeiffer told Vogue exclusively at the time, before disclosing his list of newcomers to look out for come show day.