The Nottingham runway model poses with Kendall Jenner on the catwalk at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show, calling it “empowering, sexy and strong”
It’s over 3,000 miles from Nottingham to New York City, but local model Alexina Graham certainly looked home posing next to reality TV superstar Kendall Jenner on the runway at this year’s Victoria’s Secret fashion show. .
The 28-year-old model, who was the lingerie brand’s first natural redhead to walk the catwalk, strutted into two flowery pieces before sharing a cheeky wink with the camera alongside a Kendall, 23, sulky.
Alexina then took to Instagram to share the snap calling the show, which took place in New York City on Thursday, November 8, “empowering, sexy and strong and amazing.”
She went on to say that it had been an “honor” to participate in the lingerie giant’s annual showcase which also saw Bella Hadid and Candice Swanepoel among the models on the runway.
The âangelsâ wore a variety of looks, from floral swimsuits to feathered wings, while the night included performances by Rita Ora and Bebe Rexha.
The show marked the end for veteran Adriana Lima, who announced that this show would be her last.
The Brazilian model, 37, received a standing ovation as she walked down the catwalk for the last time.
She seemed to cry as she thanked the crowd.
Writing on Instagram, she said: “Dear Victoria, thank you for showing me the world, for sharing your secrets and most importantly for not only giving me wings, but teaching me how to fly. . Love, Adriana. “
At one point, Bella took to the stage in a sporty-themed outfit, pairing a lacy bra with a bomber jacket and stiletto heel boots over striped white socks.
The Victoria’s Secret fashion show airs in the United States on December 2.
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