A night full of high fashion lingerie and music, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show heated up the Christmas Season with their annual fashion show featuring the world's elite models. Taped in mid-November, the fashion show was finally aired tonight, Dec. 10 at CBS.
The Lexington Avenue Armory was packed with high-profile celebrities including Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine, fashion designer Valentino and NY Rangers goalkeeper Henrik Ludqvist. "2013 People's Sexiest Man Alive" Adam Levine sits comfortably at the sideline as watch his fiancé Prinsloo Behati did the catwalk in lacy lingerie adorned with wings.
But the real party begins when the show was finally over and the guests were treated in an open bar affair at hotspot TAO. "The Wolf of Wall Street" star Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted together with his notorious "Pussy Posse," but the actor is quite busy cozying up with Victoria Secret Angel and rumored girlfriend, Toni Garrn.
The two high profile celebrities are always on the headlines but neither one of them confirmed the real score. While Leo has his hands full, other celebrities like Chris Evans, Idris Elba and Dylan McDermott were also there to celebrate the show's success.
But one celebrity was notably absent after her powerful performance in the runway, Taylor Swift was nowhere to be found. The 23-year-old country superstar hit the stage several times throughout the shows and performed her hit song "I Know You Were Trouble" during the "Snow Angel" segment.
Taylor sported a body hugging silver embellished minidress and nailed all her performances. She even managed to strut alongside VS Angel Lily Aldridge and the two took the catwalk together. To cap her performance, Taylor took a spin around the runway which was quite gutsy and daring.
But not everyone is happy about it. VS model Jessica Hart speaks her mind about the singer's runway performance.
"I think, you know what, god bless her heart. I think she's great, but, I don't know, to me, she didn't fit. I don't know if I should say that. I think what you find is that for a lot of us, we've been working for 14, 15 years; what it takes to make it here comes from experience and confidence and knowing how to be confident with yourself. I think it comes with age. It's definitely the benchmark of all jobs," says Hart in an interview with Women's Wear Daily.
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