British invasion: Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Lily Donaldson take Victoria's Secret show by storm

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On the glitter adorned catwalk with thousands looking on, the famed lingerie show Victoria's Secret welcomed a British invasion in the sexy form of Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Lily Donaldson on Wednesday.

The young trio of beauties looked expertly glammed up as they took to the runway in their seductive outfits.

And despite being brand new to the worldwide phenomenon, best friends Cara and Jourdan managed to hold their own against the veteran angels including Miranda Kerr and Fantasy Bra-sporting Alessandra Ambrosio, who have strutted their stuff for the lingerie giant many times before.


Cara, whose debut for the brand has been highly anticipated, stepped out in a candy-cane inspired outfit of a pink and white striped two-piece with over-the-knee socks and sneaker platforms.

The 20-year-old brought confidence and charisma to the catwalk, with a somewhat distracted Justin Bieber giving a performance in the background.

And she was clearly delighted about sharing the spotlight with the heartthrob, tweeting a picture of the pair posing together backstage and writing: "At the @VictoriasSecret show with @justinbieber ! So sweet!"

Jourdan, meanwhile, stole the show in a white and black leather catsuit that served to highlight her incredible body.

The mum-of-one looked sensational in the get up, which featured a silver glitter bra.


Lily showed off the most conventional Victoria's Secret outfits of the three.

The 25-year-old was stunning in mint green lace lingerie and a canary yellow cape that covered the rest of her body, with Rihanna singing as she walked on.

And she returned to the stage for a second walk dazzling in a sparkle-adorned black bra ensemble.


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