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All the Runway Looks from the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2015

There was a lot of buildup to this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, especially thanks to social media. Between Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid both scoring coveted catwalk spots to the raucous raised by Jourdan Dunn and the fact that Lily Aldridge was lucky enough to be selected to wear the $2 million Fantasy Bra designed by Mouawad, we’ve been busy keeping you up to date on all the pre-show happenings (a refresher course is outlined on the following page). Now the time has finally come to witness all the gilded wings, colorful getups and racy lingerie from the runway taping last night.

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As per usual, there were themes galore, like the dedicated PINK section of the show and a winter wonderland of sorts. Selena Gomez, The Weeknd and Ellie Goulding laid down some beats for the models to saunter down the catwalk to since this is a presentation known for a lot of dancing, smiling, blowing kisses and pointing (no model scowls allowed). Caitlyn and Kris Jenner were beaming in the front row as the pair came out to support Kendall on her big night, as a wide range of fashion insiders made up the majority of the audience.

VS Angel Lily Aldridge rocking the 2015 Victoria's Secret Fireworks Fantasy Bra designed by Mouawad

VS Angel Lily Aldridge rocking the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fireworks Fantasy Bra designed by Mouawad; Image: Michael Stewart

 

Within the Fireworks section of the show, the sparkling finale look was designed by Serkan Cura, the LED-lit lights on the wings were created by Mirian “Killer” Hose and it was worn by Victoria’s Secret Angel, Martha Hunt.

Within the Fireworks section of the show, the sparkling finale look was designed by Serkan Cura for Swarovski, the LED-lit lights on the wings were created by Mirian “Killer” Hose and it was worn by Victoria’s Secret Angel, Martha Hunt. The corset base of the Swarovski look, weighing 22 pounds, took approximately one month to complete, the fringe took approximately two weeks and the embroidery took another month. In his third year designing for the show, Cura used 90,000 Swarovski crystals in this look. Image: Billy Farrell BFA.com for Swarovski

For all the runway looks, click on the slideshow above and don’t forget to tune in to CBS on December 8 at 10:00 p.m. EST to see the Angels in action.

Images: Getty