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Meet the 16 Victoria's Secret Angels who represent the lingerie brand

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Posted: 16/04/19 - 09:37
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Victoria's Secret started its Angel position in 1996 with Karen Muddler

The spokesmodel position quickly became a coveted job in the modeling world as women worked hard to walk the runway and join the brand

This year, Victoria's Secret added Barbara Palvin, Alexina Graham, Grace Elizabeth and Leomie Anderson to its Angel roster

They join veteran models Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge and Behati Prinsloo

One spot opened up for an new Angel after Adriana Lima retired in December

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Is it me or does this VS model look a bit more 'normal' and healthy?

Maybe this is a start of a more achievable trend for the brand?

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All a bit dated now and sexist, but if they are including healthier looking models it can only be a good thing
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A very informative article that I will make time to fully study later on this evening
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Bison "Haven't got a clue who half of these are" - yeah, whatever. Calling true on the story but BULL on Bisons quote!
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Haven't got a clue who half of these are but it is pretty much the gateway to Supermodel for anyone who gets the gig

Behati Prinsloo, 30: 2009 - now
Candice Swanepoel, 30: 2010 - now
Lily Aldridge, 33: 2010 - now
Elsa Hosk, 30: 2015 - now
Jasmine Tookes, 28: 2015 - now
Lais Ribeiro, 28: 2015 - now
Martha Hunt, 29: 2015 - now
Romee Strijd, 23: 2015 - now
Sara Sampaio, 27: 2015 - now
Stella Maxwell, 28: 2015 - now
Taylor Hill, 23: 2015 - now
Josephine Skriver, 26: 2016 - now
Alexina Graham, 29: 2019 - now
Barbara Palvin, 25: 2019 - now
Grace Elizabeth, 22: 2019 - now
Leomie Anderson, 26: 2019 - non