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Although the era of the flamboyant Victoria’s Secret fashion shows is more than over, the team of so-called angels, made up of the most beautiful and admired women on the planet, continues to reunite as a group of superheroes in view of missions for a good purpose – missions in fashion, of course.
Nine top models, with a common past as models of the famous underwear and beachwear company, reunited on the set of a photoshoot for the magazine More or Less who put on the cover the creations of the Kezako brandspecializing in fashion made with recycled materials.
Star of the service, the supermodels Candice Swanepoel, Elsa Hosk, Alessandra Ambrosio, Sara SampaioLeomie Anderson, Martha Hunt, Lily Aldridge, Stella Maxwell and Lais Ribeiro, all – needless to say – in better shape than ever.
The reunion of the top of Victoria’s Secret
The family of catwalk angels she returned to pose in front of the camera in heels and two-piece or one-piece swimsuits: it doesn’t matter that there are no corsets, lace and lace by Victoria, the attitude is always the same.
More beautiful than ever, alluring and wild, the top models at the service of More or Less Magazinea magazine that stands out in the panorama of other sector publications to give space exclusively to the most innovative and creative contributions of the vast world of fashion, demonstrate that a result worthy of a cover can be obtained with simple ingenuity, like the one developed by the team by art directors and photographers of the magazine.
In addition to the beauty of those who are still among the most prominent top models in the world, the magazine focuses on clothes made with recycled materials by the French brand Kezako.
Born in 2019, Kezako is more than a label a fake branda project aimed at creating (or composing) clothing and accessories starting from the most diverse elements.
Kezako’s recycled fashion
For the service featuring the “Earth Angels”, As the neo-representatives of green fashion have been renamed, Kezako’s creatives have used aluminum, old newspapers, dried bread, pieces of toys and much more, in full respect ofupcyclinga very popular practice in a sector, that of fashion, where overproduction and waste are two characterizing elements, especially since the birth of fast fashion.
Re-shared by all the splendid protagonists, the artistic operation with such an important message is went viral and has aroused wide appreciation, also thanks to the styling by Charlotte Collet and the photos by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, a photographer who among his works boasts covers for Vogue Italy, iD Magazine And M Le magazine du Monde.