By the time the last Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show aired on CBS in December 2018, the firm had become so large and prosperous that it had become indifferent to societal shifts and to competition who were incorporating inclusiveness into their marketing strategies. Victoria’s Secret’s dependence on an absurdly constrained definition of beauty seems out of touch in light of Rihanna’s first Savage Fenty fashion presentation and its owner’s connections to Jeffrey Epstein. Since then, the firm has undergone a thorough redesign, displacing the designers of the original Fashion Show, replacing the Angels with a VS Collective, extending its size range, and creating the kinds of things it had previously shied away from producing.
Now the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is being reimagined with a feature-length documentary film slated for premiere in September. In March, the lingerie brand had initially revealed that it had plans to modify its Angel-themed production, which used to be one of the most eagerly awaited (and watched) in the world. It may even have wings, according to the brand, and is said to be as magnificent as previous productions.
Ahead, everything to know about the Victoria’s Secret World Tour.
It will be released in September.
According to reports, the Victoria’s Secret World Tour documentary will air in September. The press statement states that the exhibition “will be streamed internationally and will culminate in a live fashion event this fall.”
The World Tour Will Include Designers, artists, dancers, and musicians
The film explores 20 global creatives from Bogotá, Lagos, London, and Tokyo as they generate four fashion collections behind the scenes. Four of these designs will walk the runway with the brand’s distinctive designs. Melissa Valdes, filmmaker Cristina Sánchez Salamanca, painter Lorena Torres, choreographer Piscis, and musician Goyo are among the Bogotá creatives. Bubu Ogisi, filmmaker Korty, artist Eloghosa Osunde, artist Ashley Okoli, and photographer Wavy the Creator are among the Lagos creatives. Supriya Lele, filmmaker Margot Bowman, artist and writer Ebun Sodipo, lingerie designer Michaela Stark, and artist Phoebe Collings are among the London creatives. Jenny Fax, filmmaker Umi Ishihara, painter Kaito Itsuki, dancer Aoi Yamada, and artist Kom-I are among the Tokyo creatives.
Do the original “angels” plan to return?
Given that the brand has taken a new turn, the new Victoria’s Secret “collective” will primarily consist of fresh faces. Supermodels and previous runway mainstays may appear, but this is uncertain at this point.