Alessandra Ambrosio's final look is strikingly similar to Kendall Jenner's look from the 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Should her FINAL walk at the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show have been a better look?
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There's only a small difference. One of them is an actual supermodel who can walk and the other thinks she's a supermodel.
The only thing identical is the red color. Other than that, you need to re-examine what "identical" actually is...
Yes I agree the outfit could have been a little more original. My first thought when Alessandra walked out in that red number was that I thought I had seen it before. She is a real legend though and the show won't be the same without her. Crying now.
A farewell walk down the runway really deserves to have the most spectacular outfit ever seen. Not sure why VS put her in something that resembled something we have seen before. Been there done that. But she still looked stunning.
Alessandra Ambrosio would look gorgeous in a burlap sack, but I also felt that her retirement costume should have been something that reached a whole new level of originality. As soon as I saw her I remembered Kendall Jenner's outfit from last year because they were pretty similar. I will still miss seeing her in the shows. She has always been my favorite angel.
I agree that for her retirement Alessandra should have been given an outfit unlike anything we have ever seen. I don't understand why they gave her one that looks a lot like the one Kendall wore last year. It shared a lot of the same elements. I wish Alessandra had been given the most unique costume ever seen. She is one of the true stars of the show.
You guys are stupid af. Who the fuck comes up with these stupid ideas?? In what universe do these outfits look even remotely alike? 🤔😒 All you wanted to do is use Kendall in the thumbnail to get more views, she wasn't even at the show so why are you mentioning her. 😠👎
Probably no one at this point because they still have a wide range of Angels working for them. But let's be honest. Alessandra will never, ever be replaced. She's one of the rare jewels that VS will never replace. It's a lot like Tyra. Their spots are only going to be filled. The next person will never be able to outshine and replace them.
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