Cultural Queries Abound at Victoria’s Secret Shanghai Show


SHANGHAI – While Victoria’s Secret’s first ever taping of its annual fashion show in China may have been intended to evince a cultural awareness, its many production problems in a foreign location and the inclusion of a Native American-style headdress yet again on its runway in some ways drove home the opposite message.
The show had several firsts. It saw Victoria’s Secret’s first designer collaboration: 20 impressive punk-rocker looks designed by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing opened the show with Harry Styles, giving the hyper-feminine production some edge. It also included a last: Alessandra Ambrosio, who has been with Victoria’s Secret since 1999, had her final turn as an Angel.
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Alessandra Ambrosio on the catwalk at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017.
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As noteworthy as those moments were, it was hard to compete with the tumble that Ming Xi took on the runway as Miguel sang “Winter Song,” much less the ballyhoo over eleventh-hour visa denials – Katy Perry reportedly over her perceived support for Taiwanese sovereignty, Gigi Hadid due to a racially-charged gesture, in addition to four other models.
After attracting criticism last year for a dragon outfit, Victoria’s Secret opted for a

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
Cultural Queries Abound at Victoria’s Secret Shanghai Show

Cultural Queries Abound at Victoria’s Secret Shanghai Show

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