alessandra ambrosio and ana beatriz barros photographed for Guess 1999.

Malaika Firth photographed by Tim Walker for British Vogue, December 2013.

brazilian-bombshells:

adrianagalore:

Adriana Lima @ the VSFS 1999 (part 1/2).

18 year old adriana lima

look at Adriana’s booty

Naomi Campbell photographed for Vogue Italia July/August 1990.

Karlie Kloss photographed by Miguel Reveriego for The Sunday Times Magazine, May 2013.

Maria Borges // Moschino S/S 2015

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Shanina Shaik photographed by David Gulbert for Marie Claire Australia, February 2014.

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Anonymous: I am very curious about beauty pageants and their relationship with the fashion industry and modeling... you think of beauty pageants (like Miss Universe or Miss World, among others) and the girls involved in them? 

I respect the women who are in beauty pageants. If we’ve learned anything from Pretty Hurts, Toddlers and Tiaras and simply just being a woman, it isn’t easy. The millions of viewers watching are assuming you’re brainless. The judges and viewers are judging you aesthetically. You have to have a backbone in that business. None of us could do what they do.

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Anonymous: One question ... The "VS Angels" as Adriana, Candice, Alessandra, who are responsible for promoting all brand products ... Can also be images to other brands? As Adidas, Nike, L'Oreal, Calvin Klein, Lancôme or Agua Bendita and many other brands that selling produce who also sells VS. 

Sure. Adriana recently signed back on with Maybelline. She’s also the face of Mavi Jeans, Desiugal, Jason Wu, etc. She’s also represented other brands (Teleflora, Kia) during the Superbowl. Candice has worked with Agua Bendita, Versace and other brands. Doutzen works with L’Oreal, Calvin Klein and insisted on working with H&M. And she’s a High Fashion superstar. Karlie also works Nike and about a billion other houses. 

If you want an example of a model who exclusively modeled for a brand, Ines de La Fressanage was an exclusive house model for Chanel.