Victoria's Secret has announced the 10 new Angels for 2015 and included among the models are Stella Maxwell, Kate Grigorieva, Jasmine Tookes and Taylor Hill.
Victoria's Secret has announced the 10 new Angels for 2015.
Using the hashtag #TheNewestAngels, the lingerie company posted a photo of five of its newest beauties on Instagram, paying homage to the Herb Ritts' Classic 1989 portrait of Stephanie Seymour, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Tatjana Patitz, and Naomi Campbell.
Photographed by Russell James, models Stella Maxwell, Kate Grigorieva, Jasmine Tookes, Sara Sampaio, and Taylor Hill recreated the famous shoot, posing nude in black and white.
The underwear company's other five new recruits are 19-year-old Dutch beauty Romee Strijd, 26-year-old Elsa Hosk - who won 'Sweden's Next Top Model' in 2012 - 24-year-old Lais Ribeiro, 26-year-old Martha Hunt and 21-year-old Monika Jagaciak.
With former Angels Karlie Kloss and Doutzen Kroes hanging up their wings, the new models will work alongside the already established catwalk queens Alessandra Ambrosio, Lily Aldridge, Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, and Behati Prinsloo, which makes this roster ''the largest group of contract models in Victoria's Secret history'', according to a statement on the company's website.
Victoria's Secret Angels who have gone on to reach superstar status include the likes of Tyra Banks, Miranda Kerr and Gisele Bundchen.
The new Angels will be flaunting their wings in summer 2015 for the highly anticipated 'Body by Victoria' collection.
The Mifo O5 PROs are some of the most durable wireless earbuds on the market and we can't recommend them enough.
A feminist folk trio we can get behind.
For the opening night of his latest UK tour Frank Turner packed out Leas Cliff Hall for his first gig in Folkestone, playing a solo tour with no...
The Winter Gardens saw Blossoms in the Spring as the band brought their 2020 tour to the seaside to promote their third album, 'Foolish Loving...
You'd be surprised at how few women get to headline rock and metal festivals.
What's new in the music world this week?
The Long Goodbye is the scariest thing you'll watch this year.