One of the VS models ate shit on the catwalk, but she still looked better than I ever will
It was baaaad
Watching the VS Fashion Show gives me secondhand stress because I’m constantly worried about one of them tripping.
I don’t know why I don’t worry about this with other runway shows — maybe because I’m not watching — but there’s something about the teeny, tiny heels and long, flowing wings that get me shaking.
During the filming of the show in Shanghai, which took place earlier today, my precise worries came to fruition when model Ming Xi found herself careening across the stage in front of a shocked, yet slightly entertained, audience.
— models daily (@supermodeldaiIy) November 20, 2017
Luckily fellow model Gizele Oliveira was able to come to her aid so Xi could finish her walk.
— Rebecca Ramos (@BekeRamos) November 20, 2017
The show is always filmed twice and then cut together for the final aired version a week later, so hopefully no heel is broken and we’ll still be able to see her look in action.
Besides, if I could look this graceful while falling and end up with all eyes on me, I’d do it way more often.
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