Joan Smalls wore ''the longest wings'' in this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which took place in Paris, France, last month.
Joan Smalls wore ''the longest wings'' in this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
The 28-year-old model - who has modelled in every catwalk show for the lingerie giant since 2011 - has revealed the black feathered wings she wore during the annual showcase, which took place in the Grand Palais in Paris, France last month, are the biggest accessory anyone has ''ever'' worn on the runway.
The star announced the news on social media as she posted a picture of her on the catwalk wearing the showstopping piece.
The brunette beauty captioned her Instagram post: ''So honored to wear the longest wings to EVER grace the @victoriassecret runway (PROBABLY second heaviest) #arrozquecarnehay (sic).''
Although the catwalk icon didn't wear the iconic Fantasy Bra this year, she has revealed she still felt ''so lucky'' she was selected to adorn the biggest piece.
She said: ''Reliving this Magical moment with the Longest Wings! Omg! So lucky Momento Mágico #vsfashionshow (sic).''
And the Puerto Rican star has claimed this year's fashion show, which was aired on Monday (05.12.16), was a ''night to remember'', and the star has thanked ''the whole crew'' and the fashion house for allowing her to grace the runway and represent the popular brand.
Speaking previously, she said: ''A night to remember @victoriassecret Big shout out to the whole crew that makes this possible and these Angels @ed_razek @monica.mitro @10magazine @johndavidpfeiffer (sic).''
However, Joan isn't the only star who is reminiscing about her appearance in the show, as the Victoria's Secret Angel Adriana Lima has recently shared her ''favourite outfit'' from the show.
Alongside a sketch of her rouge lingerie creation, which she has shared on her Instagram account, she wrote: ''My favorite outfit from the show (sic).''
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