Victoria's Secret Adds 10 New Angels to Its All-Star Roster
Though they've each celebrated bountiful success so far, 10 models are ready to spread their wings—as Victoria's Secret Supermodel Angels, that is.
The global lingerie maker announced today that 10 new beauties will join the likes of current Angels Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Behati Prinsloo, and Candice Swanepoel, all of whom catapulted to international stardom since modeling on the runway for the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
As usual, the talents will star in upcoming campaigns and serve as ambassadors for the multibillion dollar brand. The women will officially be crowned Angels on May 2, also known as "International Bombshells' Day," when Victoria's Secret will offer limited-edition specials at stores and on victoriassecret.com.
So who exactly is on the new team? See the full roster below and learn what makes each unique.
Kate Grigorieva (above) has walked the runways of Stella McCartney, Hermes, and Isabel Marant. The stunner has a background in ballroom dancing and received a bachelor's degree in marketing before making her modeling debut.
Not sure where to be discovered? Taylor Hill has the answer. The beauty was scouted at a horse ranch in Colorado.
Elsa Hosk originally balanced her modeling career as a professional basketball player and sure isn't afraid of indulging in a cheeseburger.
Like Karlie Kloss, Martha Hunt enjoys sweating it out at Model Fit in New York and enjoys cooking, surfing, and dancing.
Polish beauty Jac Jagaciak grew up as a trained track and field athlete.
Cross continental model Stella Maxwell loves to travel and spend time with friends Miley Cyrus and Zoe Kravitz.
Lais Ribeiro stays true to her Latin roots and loves to play volleyball, soccer, and dance salsa.
Don't mess with Sara Sampaio. The Portuguese Angel earned a brown belt in karate.
Romee Strijd loves to cook, especially when egg white muffins are involved
Jasmine Tookes can easily tap her athletic side thanks to her 14 years as a gymnast.