The Annual Victoria’s Secret Show Will be Held in London This Year

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2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - RunwayPhoto: BeautyBanter

Victoria’s Secret have just made a surprise announcement – the company plan to host their annual lingerie show in London this year. The news came as Angels Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel made a special appearance at the London Victoria’s Secret store in Bond Street to celebrate. Adriana commented that she is looking forward to seeing the show relocate and gushes that she loves the British capital, especially because there are amazing stores for clothes shopping:

“The Victoria’s Secret Show is the biggest fashion show in the world, for sure. So it will be amazing to bring the show to London. I love it here. Especially the shopping!”

Victoria’s Secret chief marketing officer Ed Razek was also at the event and commented that they’ve wanted to have a show in London for a very long time so they’re excited that the plan is coming together for the first time:

“We’ve wanted to come to London since 1998, and we’re just really excited to be here.”

Razek hinted that British model Cara Delevingne may also be at the London show which is due to take place at the end of the year. He says he has told the model about the move to London and she has already said she’d love to take part and is excited to walk for the company again:

“I’ll let you into a secret. I told Cara a few days ago and asked her to save the date, so hopefully she will walk. She was excited. And she kept the secret for a whole week!”

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5 Comments

  1. DD says

    Does it really make a difference where it is at?

  2. Jen says

    This is weird. It was kind of a big deal in NYC, v-ery hard to get tix.

  3. BusyBee says

    Is this still televised? I haven’t seen it in years.

  4. Annemarie says

    What a great show, my boyfriend always love to watch it!

  5. DD says

    That is definitely an interesting place to have the show.

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