Supermodels Miranda Kerr and Candice Swanepoel celebrated the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Swim collection poolside in a hotel. The Angels modeled bright neon Beach Sexy swimwear and sexy crochet cover-ups.
The Victoria’s Secret Swim 3 Catalogue hits mailboxes this week. In the latest issue, Supermodels Candice Swanepoel, Adriana Lima, Jasmine Tookes and Elyse Taylor wear the sexiest swim styles inspired by Brazil—the land of beautiful people and itty-bitty bikinis.
Candice graces the cover wearing a Very Sexy jungle print bikini shot by famed fashion photographer Russell James.[ Also Read: Now the 4-Piece Bikini at Lands’ End ]
In keeping with the Brazilian bikini inspiration, Victoria’s Secret launched a viral campaign on their Facebook platform called “Big World. Teeny Bikini”.
Fans can follow the adventures of the #VSTeenyBikini and share their own VS bikini photos through Twitter, Instagram or Pinterest—the campaign will run through late summer.
To learn more about #VSTeenyBikini, check out the Victoria’s Secret Facebook fan page.
A vide features Supermodels Adriana Lima, Candice Swanepoel, Jasmine Tookes and Elise Taylor turning up the heat for the new swim collection on the exclusive island of Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos.
The 2012 Swim Collection is available at VictoriasSecret.com, in the Victoria’s Secret Catalogue, select Victoria’s Secret stores nationwide, and on the Victoria’s Secret iPad and iPhone apps. It was announced today, March 30.
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