Victoria’s Secret World Tour 2023 – The angels are returning Victoria’s Secret is hosting an all-new fashion show that marks a new era of inclusivity for the iconic lingerie brand. The event film, streaming exclusively on September 26 on Prime Video, promises an unprecedented experience that celebrates Victoria’s Secret’s mission to uplift and support women on a global scale.
Billed as a completely reimagined show, the Tour is a celebration of women and creatives from around the world exploring fashion and art through the lens of cinematic storytelling. The show will take Prime Video viewers on a special journey with behind-the-scenes footage and intimate stories of the team of creatives from around the world who bring fashion collections from vibrant cities to life Bogota, Lagos, London and Tokyotogether with Victoria’s Secret designers.
Victoria’s Secret World Tour 2023: The Next Generation of Angels
The 2023 Victoria’s Secret World Tour reaffirms the brand’s ongoing commitment to supporting women’s voices, perspectives and experiences.
“This film is the ultimate expression of the transformation of the Victoria’s Secret brand. It will be based on fashion, glamor and entertainment, with a nod to beloved iconography of the past, but in a new, bold yet sophisticated way. We are honored to highlight women’s individual stories and perspectives in this way,” said Raul Martinez, executive vice president and creative director of Victoria’s Secret.
The 2023 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show marked a major turning point for the iconic lingerie brand. This global event, which was presented during New York Fashion Week, was intended to completely revolutionize the image of Victoria’s Secret, introducing a new, more inclusive vision.
Based on five different mini-fashion shows by five different designers from around the world, almost all of whose collections were brought to Spain and filmed in the Corbero building, a masterpiece of brutalist concrete arches in Barcelona, the film in its entirety features a diverse lineup – Adut Akech, Lila Moss Haq, Honey Dijon, Julia Fox and Iseult among them – as well as some former angels, such as Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel.
The event included Naomi Campbell wearing a gold metallic mesh minidress designed by Bubu Ogisi; Doja Cat, a participant in the Victoria’s Secret show, wore a slip dress from the brand, and Lourdes Leon Ciccone, the daughter of pop star Madonna, also stood out among the guests at the event, who opted for a bold mesh dress from Natalia Fedner and Gigi Hadid, who took the stage in sunny yellow draped dress. A big step forward towards inclusivity is the presence of plus size models, including Paloma Elsesser, Candice Huffine and Devin Garcia.
On the occasion of the event Adriana Lima, Imaan Hammam, Jill Kortleve AND Candice Huffine they wore Malone Souliers. In the film, Gigi Hadid wore a custom gold look designed by Victoria’s Secret. Paloma Elsesser and Candice Swanepoel, Valentina Sampaio, Lily Aldridge and Imaan Hammam.
Adriana Lima wore a custom look created by Bogota-based designer Melissa Duquev; Bye Sora Choi a custom look designed by Tokyo-based designer Jenny Fax; Hailey Bieber she wore a dress by London designer Supriya Lele; Lila Moss a look designed by Tokyo-based designer Jenny Fax.
And finally Adova Aboah she wore a look created by London-based designer Supriya Lele; Steph Shiu wore a custom look designed by Bubu Ogishi; Devin Garcia a custom look designed by Colombian designer Melissa Duquev and Julia Fox custom look designed by Bubu Ogishi.