Balmain is designing looks for the 2017 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

Stephanie Panecasio 5 October 2017

Balmain x Victorias Secret

Victoria's Secret has revealed on its Instagram that this year's Fashion Show will feature one of our designer favourites: Balmain.

Get ready for a collaboration that will have your jaw dropping: Balmain and Victoria's Secret are not only creating looks for the 2017 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show but are also creating a brand new capsule collection.

Announced on the Victoria's Secret Instagram earlier today in a huge black and white multi-post image, the lingerie giant will be partnering with Balmain in their first ever exclusive collection with a high-fashion brand.

The collaboration will see Balmain pieces on the famous Victoria's Secret runway at this year's show in Shanghai before releasing the pieces in stores and online the following day on November 29th.

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Balmain Creative Director, Olivier Rousteing, is leading the design, which Vogue is expecting to feature luxe gold detailing and structured silhouettes. The #VSxBalmain collaboration is already expected to bring even more luxury to the iconic Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.

If you're lusting after some Balmain in the meantime, make sure you check out where you can get your hands on it in Australia – trust us, you'll want to be prepared.

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