WITH ALICIA RANCILIO / AP
Adriana Lima, the Brazilian supermodel, joined her hands over her heart as she made her Victoria & Sister catwalk in the 18th and final with wings of white pebbles and softly moved as she The audience sailed her.
Video tribute presented on Thursday during the recording procession states "the greatest angel of time" Lima, while playing the song "Praise You" by Fatboy Slim.
The parade will be broadcast on 2 December in the United States by ABC and in 190 countries worldwide.
The Struts, Shawn Mendes, The Chainsmokers, Rita Ora, Baby Rexha, Kelsea Ballerini and Halsey were some of the artists who were in line with 60 music models in Downtown Manhattan, including Bella sisters to Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Winnie Harlow.
Ora handed hand in hand with one of the angels during his performance briefly and one of the technicians managed to hold one of his gold jewelry pieces and fell on the floor. He wore Mendes in black and put his acoustic guitar on his back while playing "Lost in Japan" while Gigi Hadid walked with huge parachute shaped wings and flower print fabric that made the impact of air luggage.
Jenner went through the catwalk in a black and silver bikini, as well as plumage wings decorated with bright stars. In another route, the model was wearing a bikini with a pattern supported by a small red skirt, also breeding, with a long hood with a different Scottish pattern. Harlow, who was a war in the parade, was walking with silver decoration and pink-colored decorations.
Before the parade, Lima, 37, rested with two children, together with other models in short black coats decorated with gold stars. The models chatted with journalists who made the composition.
"I think I'm going to relax over the years," he said the blue-eyed beauty at The Associated Press while creators worked on her hair. "But no, I'm still nervous, this is my first Victoria & Secret Secret show."
Another 30-year-old mother, Namibian Behati Prinsloo, smiles roughly as she decorates her behind the curtains. Prinsloo, who is married to Maroon 5, Adam Levine, has been an angel since 2009 but here she returned after a two-year break, and eight months of his second daughter's birth.
"It's an honor to be part of this once again after having children," he said.
When giving birth she gave her more confidence, Prinsloo added.
"He made me work a bit harder," he said. "It made me appreciate so much my body, what it can do, create life and then, really, go back to do this."