Swarovski will once again be the exclusive crystal sponsor for the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Over one million Swarovski Elements will be incorporated into 14 bespoke creations.
Among them will be the shimmering, diaphanous 10th Anniversary look by Todd Thomas, designer for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, constructed by Barak Stribling with intricate beading by Polly Kinney.
Set to steal the show, this ultra-special anniversary piece will be featured in the Silver Screen Angel section of show. Glamorous and resplendent with Art Deco motifs and full of cinematic drama, this look represents the most anticipated costume of the collection.[ Also Read: Victoria’s Secret Angel Reveals $2.5 Million Fantasy Bra ]
The show will present a total of 65 creations painstakingly fashioned from lace and brocades and enriched with embroidery techniques and elaborate beading.
The extravagant runway show will also feature 28 pairs of iconic Victoria’s Secrets ‘Angel’ wings, exquisitely jeweled couture centerpieces encrusted with Swarovski Elements that are set to be an absolute highlight of the glittering presentation.[ Also Read: Bare Bras Go Digital with Bare Necessities ]
Accessorized by Nicholas Kirkwood’s trademark fantasy footwear, theatrical jewelry from Larry Vrba, with additional pieces from David Mandel, and crystal-accented stockings and accessories, they will be presented by a bevy of top models.
The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show will air on Tuesday, December 4 at 10/9C on the CBS television network.
This year, it will feature musical performances from Grammy Award-winning artists Rihanna and Bruno Mars, and Grammy Award-nominated artist Justin Bieber, pink carpet interviews, supermodel profiles, and a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the world’s most celebrated fashion show.
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