Victoria's Secret's newest angel, Leomie Anderson, has launched the new Incredible bra collection in London.
Leomie Anderson has launched the new Victoria's Secret Incredible bra.
The 26-year-old model - who was recently named an Angel for the prestigious lingerie giant - has returned to her home city of London to show off the much-anticipated Incredible collection, which is one of the brand's most popular everyday designs because it delivers the most comfortable support, and is available in a range of colours, including neutral, bold and bright spring hues.
To celebrate the occasion, Leomie was joined by a team of incredible women who define living your passions: fashion blogger & author Victoria Magrath, Olympic skier Chemmy Alcott, founder of Duck & Dry Yulia Rorstrom and musician Amelia Monét.
The British beauty has previously admitted that before she was asked to be a Victoria's Secret Angel, she thought she was going to be ''dropped'' by the brand.
She said: ''Well, I was having a really bad day at work, and Travis, my agent, texted me asking when I was going to be home, and I was like, 'Why do you want to know so badly?' Once I got to my building, he and my booker Jodie were standing there, so I was like, 'Okay, maybe something bad is happening--maybe you're going to drop me.'
''Then, once I got into my apartment and they were like, 'What's something you've been really working toward, and working really hard for?' I didn't know what to say--I was still trying to gauge the situation. And then they were like, 'Well, guess what? You got a contract to be an Angel!' And I just said, 'What are you talking about?'''
And Leomie revealed that once the news had sunk in, she immediately ''cried'' and ''celebrated'' the news.
She added: ''I thought it was a joke, but then they told me they were being serious, so I cried, and then we celebrated. I was just trying to live in that moment. I've been modelling for 11 years now, so to finally get a big contract, and for it to be with a team of people I've worked with and I actually enjoy working with as well, is a dream come true.''
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