ByBrittany BrolleyANDMargarita Artoglou/Updated: Oct. 28, 2022 1:36 pm EST
For years, it was no secret that Victoria's Secret modelshad to stay in tip-top shape for their jobs. It involved a ton of rigorous exercise — according to Cosmopolitan, many models exercised twice a day when it came close to fashion show time — and following strict diets. However, the brand has faced a lot of scrutiny for the unhealthy pressure it's put on its models and the consumers who look up to them.
After years of mounting pressure to be more inclusive in its representation, Victoria's Secret announced in 2021 that it would overhaul its Angels imagery in favor of more diverse types of models, per the New York Times. CEO Martin Waters noted that the fashion show would make a post-Covid comeback, but in a very different form. That likely means we won't be seeing super heavy angel wings and diamond encrusted bras on the runway anytime soon. And while new models have been joining the fold, many of the former Angels have stuck around to be included in the brand's latest marketing campaigns.
Whether they're former Angels or new VS Collective members, the ladies of Victoria's Secret — past and present — are not only in great shape, but are super confident. They have to be in order to face the world in nothing but their skivvies! Here's a glimpse into their diet plans and overall eating habits that help them stay in shape and camera-ready.
Three square meals
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Victoria's Secret Angels were, as a rule, incredibly thin — and many of them wereripped. Naturally, a lot of fuel is needed to get in that kind of shape. Stephen Pasterino, a New York City-based personal trainer who prepared two Victoria's Secret Angels for the 2017 runway show in Shanghai, spoke with PopSugar about the women's dietary guidelines."I'm not a fan of snacking," he admitted. "I like to focus on three main meals and occasional dessert spread out throughout the week." That's right, the models may not get to snack much but theydoget to eat dessert. Though the key word here, however, is "occasional."
Pasterino's recommendation includes a light breakfast and a "normal" portion of both lunch and dinner. He shared his reasoning, saying, "This improves the immune system and heals the digestive tract. Time between meals can be anywhere from three to six hours," he explained. Three to six hours with no snacks? Sigh.
New Victoria's Secret VS Collective model Hailey Bieber is a proponent of three square meals a day too, telling Elle, "On a regular day, breakfast is usually eggs or oatmeal, some type of healthy protein, or a smoothie." She follows that with a salad or sandwich for lunch, and vegetables, pasta, and chicken for a typical dinner. She also occasionally adds in something sweet: "Sometimes [I'll do dessert]. I really like the Magnum bars ... [But I generally try to avoid] sugar."
The most important meal of the day
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Three square meals? Got it. But many of us tend to skip breakfast. A study conducted by Ohio State University found that 15% of adults don't eat breakfast, per VeryWell Health, and other studies put the number closer to 25%. But it doesn't seem like most Victoria's Secret models fall under that statistic, with many of them citing big breakfasts as a staple of their routines. SheFinds notes that Kendall Jenner likes to fuel up in the mornings witheggs, avocado (a Victoria's Secret model favorite), and oatmeal. Hailey Bieber also likes eggs and oatmeal, but will sometimes have a smoothie instead, as she told Elle.
Model and fitness influencer Alexis Ren, who appeared in the Victoria's Secret Love Cloud fall 2022 campaign, is pretty specific about her first meal of the day. "When I wake up, I immediately have my coffee with vanilla soy creamer,"she told Women's Health."I can't process the day without it." She works out in the morning, as many of the other models do, so she'll eat some fruit for energy. "I don't want to be in fasting mode in a workout because then you're depleting your muscles," she said. After her workout, she incorporates some kind of protein into her diet, typically a protein shake. We definitely have some morning routine envy.
Giving up dairy products can be beneficial
Cutting out snacks and sticking to three sensible meals per day sounds reasonable enough, and it would be fairly easy to stick to, right? Trainer Stephen Pasterino's advice didn't end there, however."Personally,I cut out dairy," he told PopSugar."There are plenty of other options such as almond or coconut milk that I prefer and [these options] don't bloat you."
Bloating is a common problem reported by women, and many simply put up with the discomfort. But, as a Victoria's Secret model, imagine both feeling and looking bloated while posing in nothing but your lingerie. Pasterino is justified to advise models to cut out dairy, even if he's just opting to be on the safe side.
According to a study published in theEuropean Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, around75% of the global population loses the ability to properly digest dairy products at some point in their lives and could be considered lactose intolerant. This intolerance causes stomach pain, bloating, flatulence, and diarrhea. And you thought bloating was the worst thing that could happen on the runway.
No 'crazy diets'
Not all Victoria's Secret models cut out dairy. After all, not all people are lactose intolerant. Hailey Bieber told Elle she loves Magnum ice cream bars, for example. And it's not just the new crop of models: Former Angel Stella Maxwell spoke toByrdieabout her philosophy on healthy eating, saying, "I kind of eat in moderation. I don't think it's good to cut anything out 100% or go on some crazy diet."Instead, Maxwell advocated for portion control. For breakfast, she routinely enjoys having scrambled eggs with avocado or oatmeal, which she claims to love. Yogurt with granola is another one of Maxwell's go-to breakfasts. Moving on to lunch, she sticks with proteins — anything from salmon to chicken — alongside a salad.
Maxwell, unlike Pasterino, believes in snacking. A sleeve of Oreo cookies, perhaps? The occasional pint of ice cream? No, not exactly. "I like nuts and those dried peas," she explained, "They're really addictive." Okay so, her idea of snacking is a little different than the average American's, but then again, the average American isn't a Victoria's Secret model.
VS Collective member and Olympian Eileen Gu has also noted the importance of not restricting her eating too much, telling the New York Timesthat after struggling with counting calories and overthinking her eating habits, she's now in a healthier place after working with a nutritionist:"I'm eating about 2,000 calories a day. It's really a maintenance level for me, and then sometimes I need to eat more."
'Burgers and hotdogs and French fries'
Former Angel Devon Windsor expressed a similar philosophy as her colleague, Stella Maxwell, in that she doesn't cut out food groups. Windsor, who considers herself a foodie, described her ideal day's worth of food to Elle — and it may not be what you expect from someone so fit.
She likes eggs Benedict, but instead of the traditional Canadian ham she opts for bacon. Her lunch is a sensible salad with protein, and for dinner she shared that if it's nice out, she and her friends will"barbecue and have burgers and hotdogs and French fries, and then a coffee," she explained. Oh, and you can't forget the snacks. She prefers either a smoothie or juice in the mid-afternoon. Depending on the weather, she might switch out the smoothie for some ice cream. Now that's a diet plan!
Of course, Windsor would then balance out all of her food choices with a combination of cardio and bodyweight exercises, like kickboxing, to maintain the signature thinness that used to be required of Victoria's Secret Angels. The brand currently showcases models of all shapes and sizes rather than one body type, which we love — just like we love Maxwell's down-to-earth food faves.
Water, water, water
In the days of the Victoria's Secret fashion show (before Covid-19 shut them down), many of the models, including Adriana Lima and Bella Hadid, followed a detox recommended by nutritionistDr. Charles Passler. The goal of this particular detox was to lower body fat while increasing metabolism. That said, it wasn't exactly easy, asPassler explained to InStyle. Although the detox only lasted around a week, there was a lot involved. Passler recommended anywhere from seven to nine hours of sleep per night. Deal. The next step involved a lot of water — anywhere from two to four liters — according to Passler. That's over agallonof water per day.
Although the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (a division of theNational Institutes of Health) indicates there's noconvincing evidence that detoxing will improve your health or even remove toxins, water isn't necessarily harmful. If you plan to up your water intake to match that of Victoria's Secret models, though,you should pace yourself.
VS Collective member Hailey Bieber also touts the importance of water, but she has a more moderate approach: "I think drinking a lot of water helps. I try to drink, like, a couple bottles throughout the day. I don't know how many glasses that would amount to, but it's important" (via Elle).
A model's relationship with carbs might be complicated
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During the detox,Passler also urged the models to avoidall foods that could contribute to both inflammation and bloating. That meant cutting out gluten, sugar, processed foods, and — you guessed it — dairy.Passler also explicitly stated, "no alcohol." This isn't to say Victoria's Secret models never drink alcoholic beverages (Devon Windsor loves Moscow mules), they just avoided them during the detox.
Perhaps most importantly, only limited carbs were recommended. According to Passler's advice given toInStyle, carbs retain water and "prevent the lean look that is needed." So why not cut out carbs completely, then? Passler explained that carbs are needed for energy prior to workouts. During the detox, the models only consumed them pre-exercise. So, what did the famous ladies eat during the detox? Lots of protein (fish, eggs, meat, protein powder), healthy fats (avocado, nuts, chia seeds), and, of course, a small amount of "good carbs" (quinoa, fruit, sweet potatoes), prior to their workouts.
But while some models likely remain this strict, not every Victoria's Secret model follows this advice.In the new era of body positivity, carbs are starting to shed their bad reputation, and the masses (and the models themselves!) are realizing that carbs don't need to be as demonized as they've been in the past.Plus, that "lean look" is no longer a VS model requirement. Alexis Rentold Women's Health,"Bread was always a trigger. I gauged how much I've healed off of my eating disorder based on if I can eat a piece of bread and be okay. Bread's not the enemy, and I know we need carbohydrates."
Salads are a favorite
Figuring out what to eat for lunch is a daily struggle. The Victoria's Secret models seem to have it figured out though. Many of their go-to lunches involve, rather specifically, kale salads.Hailey Bieber is a fan, telling Elle, "I love a good kale Caesar salad [but with] no croutons. That's usually one thing I leave out," adding that she tries to avoid gluten.
New Victoria's Secret model Alexis Renloves her salads too. She described her favorite kale salad recipe to Women's Health:"I'll chop up the kale ... in small pieces with my hands and add onions and then garbanzo beans because they're a really good protein." She's also a fan of avocado, as many of the models are, which she adds to her salad along with olive oil, lime, and nutritional yeast.
The 80/20 rule
While the requirements for being a Victoria's Secret model have certainly changed (for the better!), many of the models still remain conscious of their health. Unlike Windsor, who consumes hamburgers and fries, model Josephine Skriver admitted to Byrdie, "I can't live off of burgers!" She described a hectic travel schedule that sometimes involved as many as three red-eye flights in one week, and said she prefers to "eat for fuel or eat to stay energized."
Skriver explained that she follows the 80/20 rule. This means that 80% of the time she eats healthy and works out. The other 20% is reserved for a more flexible approach to her food and exercise habits. She explained, "I stay on a schedule because I really am all about taking care of my body."
The 80/20 rule is, no doubt, a more realistic lifestyle to follow than being healthy a hundred percent of the time, but it isn't something that changes your body overnight. Skriver also explained that she's not a fan of dieting and "quick fixes." She added, "There's no such thing as doing 30 ab exercises and then you get a six-pack." Bummer!
Snacks, but make them healthy
Josephine Skriver may believe moderation is best, but she still has healthier snack habits than the rest of us. "For snacks, I love everything from fruit to carrots or nuts — like a little handful of nuts keeps me going or just a half a portion of what I ate earlier," she told Byrdie. Carrots as snacks? Eating goals.
In addition to the little veggies and nuts, Skriver always brings fruit with her in her bag to eat while she's out, but that's not all you'll find her in bag. "Nut bars are good and easy to bring in your bag," she added. That is certainly true.
Skriver doesn't rely much on carbs for snacks or meals because they make her tired. However, she does often eat two breakfasts a day. But the takeaway for most of us is probably to eat carrots for snacks and not second breakfasts.
An avo a day keeps the doctor away
Similar to Josephine Skriver, Victoria's Secret model Georgia Fowler follows an 80% rule of sorts, though her plan still manages to be 100% healthy. "I try to keep it 80% fruit and veg, 10% fat, 10% protein," she told Women's Health Australia.
She consumes one of her favorite fats daily. "I say an avo a day," she told the publication, reportedly laughing. If you're an avocado-lover, that part is easy. Additionally, Fowler cuts out all unnecessary carbs, limits the amount of dairy products she eats and drinks, and doesn't consume processed food. Those parts are not quite as easy.
Like many of her colleagues, when the fashion shows were still being produced, Fowler cut out even more in the days leading up to the show to eliminate bloat. Still, it's not about crash dieting, she explained, "it's about being healthy all year round really." Not that she can really slack off, anyway. "I'm always doing swimwear," she said, so she has to stay toned.
Not all of the models eat meat
It's clear that protein plays a special part in the diet of Victoria's Secret models. Eating meat, however, is not the only way to consume it. Former Angel Bridget Malcolm, named PETA Australia's Sexiest Vegetarian of 2015, balanced her meals with fruit, vegetables, and grains, according to Vogue. On Malcolm's blog, she admitted that her diet involves more than just what she shares on social media when she's training. "This seems to have perpetuated the myth that I only eat vegetables, protein shakes and gallons of water in a day," she wrote, adding, "I need to break this myth." She then shared her average eating routine, which included mostly organic foods (and mentioned having an avocado a day, like Fowler). Cherry tomatoes, salads, nuts and beans, and vegetable-based starches were also listed as favorites.
While new VS Collective member Eileen Gu isn't a vegetarian, she does try to limit her meat intake as well. "I eat everything in balance," she told the New York Times. "I am huge about the environment, but it's such a conflict for me. Yes, I want to support the cause, but how much tofu can I eat? I probably eat red meat three days a week, and then I eat fish or plant protein."
Adut Akech is another newer member of the Victoria's Secret model squad who limits her meat intake, noting that she really started appreciating veggies after going vegan. "I'm pescatarian now, but I'm eating my vegetables, fruits and making sure I stay hydrated," she told Byrdie.
Some of the models used intermittent fasting, but it's not for everyone
Another aspect of Malcolm's routine included fasting. "I leave a large window between dinner and breakfast," she wrote on her blog. "I am an accidental intermittent faster," she added, "I find it helps me sleep better if I am not too full, but still a little full. Goldilocks level of full."
However, in recent years, Malcolm has spoken out about the pressures she faced during her time as an Angel on TikTok, saying that she developed an eating disorder and mental health issues as a result (via People). Thankfully, she is in a much better place now — and the restrictive standards Victoria's Secret models were once held to have been loosened.
Whether the intermittent fasting really was accidental on Malcolm's part or not, though, the practice does appear to be helpful to some looking to change their eating habits.Intermittent fasting has been credited with promising results, according to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal. One researcher explained that if a person doesn't eat for 10 to 16 hours, the body will look for energy in its fat stores. When that happens, fatty acids (ketones) get released into the bloodstream, which is good for the brain.
Another theory about the benefits of fasting — one that is much less scientific — is that a person just consumes fewer calories per day when they fast. Whatever the reason,Pasterino advised the Victoria's Secret Angels he worked with to fast intermittently, or at least to "never eat three hours before bedtime."
What do Victoria Secret models eat the day of the show? ›
Passler said each meal should have an ample amount of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. For breakfast, a Victoria's Secret model might have eggs with avocado and a vegetable of choice, and for lunch, a green salad with avocado, pecans, olive oil, and protein like fish or chicken is a go-to, Passler said.How many calories do Victoria Secret models eat in a day? ›
However, with that being said, many experts believe that women who are 5'7” or taller and are preparing for a major photoshoot, such as a Victoria's Secret campaign, consume anywhere from 1500 to 1600 calories per day.How many meals do Victoria Secret models eat? ›
HOW OFTEN DO MODELS EAT ON VICTORIA'S SECRET DIET PLAN? The Victoria's Secret models try to stick to 5 smaller meals per day, eating every 3 hours. They also eat the majority of their carbs earlier in the day, rather than at night.Do Victoria Secret models eat junk food? ›
Some models are born with faster metabolisms, which means they convert food into energy at a faster pace. Other models work out often enough to make up for all of the junk food they are eating. No matter what her secret may be, Bella claims she eats grilled cheese sandwiches and French fries every single day.What foods do models avoid? ›
The models also limit how many empty calories they drink, cutting out all alcohol and sodas. Many also cut out carbs or limit their carb intake, which can cause both bloating and inflammation. Some cut out sugar, gluten, processed foods and dairy.What body fat percentage do Victoria Secret models have? ›
According to Poppy, to be a Victoria's Secret angel your body fat percentage has to be lower than 18%. A healthy body fat percentage for an average woman is 25 to 35% while 15 to 17% is considered very low for a woman, Built Lean explains.What do Victoria Secret models not eat? ›
- Processed foods: chips, cookies, pretzels, fast food, baked goods, candies.
- Refined grains: white varieties of pasta, bread, rice, and tortillas.
- Sugar: table sugar, brown sugar, maple syrup, honey.
- Alcohol: wine, beer, cocktails, spirits.
- Starchy vegetables: sweet potatoes, potatoes, corn, peas.
Some models are born with faster metabolisms, which means they convert food into energy at a faster pace. Other models work out often enough to make up for all of the junk food they are eating. No matter what her secret may be, Bella claims she eats grilled cheese sandwiches and French fries every single day.Do Victoria Secret models do a lot of cardio? ›
Victoria Secret models don't train with heavy weights, but primarily follow bodyweight exercises and toning moves with light weights. Cardio output is also a huge part of a Victoria Secret workout because Victoria Secret models need to maintain a low body fat percentage and keep fat off their midsection.Do Victoria Secret models eat pasta? ›
Carbs are essential - even for supermodels. “So, everyone always asks us about carbs and we're both big carb eaters,” Skriver said in a recent clip. “I think it's important for energy and everything. But Jas, if you could only eat one carb for the rest of your life – you have to choose between pasta, bread or rice...”
What do models eat daily? ›
Most models follow diets that are high in fruits, vegetables, complex carbs, proteins, and healthy fats, but low in saturated fats, sugar, and processed foods. You should also make sure to exercise and follow other guidelines for a healthy lifestyle to supplement your healthy diet.What do models snack on? ›
What do supermodels actually eat? Models tend to always have healthy snacks with them – fruit, nuts and protein bars. They focus on 80/20 rule: eat healthy most of the time, but have the occasional treat meals. Eating healthy is their lifestyle, not a sporadical thing.Do supermodels eat cotton balls? ›
According to news sources, the cotton ball diet trend emerged in the modeling industry, where women are encouraged to stay dangerously thin in the name of fashion. Eating cotton balls flavored with juice can help them feel full without consuming food.What is Kendall Jenner's diet? ›
Jenner eats a lot of grilled veggies and grilled chicken with rice. Her healthy diet includes a portion of lean chicken and brown rice, and with sides of raw veggies. Kendall also likes to have a dip and hummus with her veggies.What is the supermodel diet? ›
Supermodel Diet Plan
Bensimon's three-day diet plan, as discussed by foxnews.com, is about eating clean, which means filling your diet with whole, minimally processed foods. In addition to excluding processed foods such as cake and cookies, the supermodel diet also excludes oil, alcohol, nuts, sugar, salt and caffeine.
Models adjust their water intake depending on their requirements. The article goes on to mention that a typical supermodel aims for a minimum of 2 liters a day but goes up to a gallon (3.8 liters) 10 days before the show. If deemed necessary, some reportedly go on no solid food diets and only consume liquids.What dress size are Victoria Secret models? ›
Today, the average woman wears a dress size of 16 to 18, whereas a Victoria's Secret model is a mere size 4 — perpetuating an unrealistic standard of beauty, the researchers say.What is the perfect body size for a model? ›
Female measurements: Female fashion models are usually at least 5'9” tall. Model waist size tends to be 10 inches smaller than the chest and hips. Male measurements: Male fashion models are usually 6' to 6'5,” wear a size 40–42 top, and have a 32-inch waist.
No one is taking food away from the models; they do it to themselves. However, if a model will not get work unless she loses enough weight to meet the exacting standards of her agency or the designer for whom she wants to work, she may all but stop eating.What is the Victoria Secret 1300 calorie diet? ›
The Victoria's Secret diet follows a diet based on reducing intake of calories and carbohydrates, and eating lean proteins and lots of vegetables. The diet is limited to 1,300 calories a day, with alcohol, bread, processed food, sugar, salt and gluten all strictly avoided.
How to get supermodel skinny? ›
You should include a variety of lean protein foods like legumes, poultry, eggs, lean beef, low-fat dairy products, seafood, pork or tofu just to stay fit like your favorite models. 3. Avoid carb intake: Needless to mention that the models you idolize mostly follow a low-carb diet.What Gigi Hadid eats in a day? ›
Gigi loves to binge on Arugula Salad and it is her go-to dish every other day. But, on days she likes to experiment, Gigi loves indulging in a Falafel Pita Sandwich, broiled seafood with a green salad and particularly enjoys cucumber rolls.How many calories a day do most models eat? ›
How many calories do models eat? Other models have said they eaten anywhere from 800 to 3,000 calories per day. In essence, a model's diet totally varies depending on their body type, how easily they gain or lose weight, and what their nutritionist is asking of them.How do models keep their legs skinny? ›
Model leg workouts tone your thighs, calves, and glutes. The primary exercises that will help you achieve this are lunges and squats. Those two exercises are the foundation of strong, well-toned legs, and will be a crucial part of your legs routine. Lunges and squats are basic leg exercises that you can do anywhere.How long do Victoria Secret models workout a day? ›
HOW LONG ARE VS MODELS' WORKOUT SESSIONS? Again, this may vary. If they are doing their regular workouts and not preparing for a super important event they'll usually do a 1-hour gym workout. If they are traveling , or just have a really busy day, these girls will do a quick 20-minute hotel room/home workout.How many calories does Kendall Jenner eat a day? ›
“I typically eat lean chicken and brown rice, and am always snacking on raw veggies with dip and hummus,” she said. Long story short, Kendall Jenner eats more than 400 calories a day.Is it true that models eat tissue paper? ›
“You know how you read those interviews where models insist that they eat a lot? Not true. The only way they can get that thin is to stop eating. They eat tissue paper to stave off the hunger pangs — literally ball it up and eat it'.”Do all supermodels have eating disorders? ›
Approximately 40% of models engage in disordered eating, although the experts believe this number to be much higher . 62% of models polled by The Model Alliance reported being asked to have to lose weight or change their shape or size by their agency or someone else in the industry .How does the Sleeping Beauty diet work? ›
Elvis Presley's “sleeping beauty” diet had a simple premise: you can't eat if you're asleep. The superstar infamously took heavy sedatives and even went so far as to hire a Las Vegas self-proclaimed “doctor” to put him into an artificially induced coma.What do models eat before a photoshoot? ›
The key is consistency (and lots of veggies and protein).
"Lean proteins, vegetables and unrefined carbohydrates keep my energy levels up to work and train, and keep me satisfied," said Kang.
How do Victoria Secret models stay so thin? ›
1. They are off Refined Carbs, Processed and Ultra Processed Foods: They do not believe in staying away from food, but for them refined carbs, processed and ultra processed food with unhealthy ingredients and empty calories is off limits.What does Anna Victoria eat in a day? ›
- Breakfast: I always have four eggs scrambled. ...
- Coffee? ...
- First Snack: If I haven't worked out, I'll have a whole wheat wrap with turkey or some form of protein and veggies. ...
- Lunch: Lunch is always a tuna pesto salad.
The models usually workout all year round, but before a show they will train 5-6 days per week. And sometimes even increase it to twice a day. They start their preparations about 2 months before the show so they have lots of time to get in their best shape.What do supermodels eat for breakfast? ›
For breakfast, I like scrambled eggs, avocado, oatmeal—I really love oatmeal—or granola and yogurt. Lunch would be a piece of fish like salmon and then maybe some salad on the side—today we had chicken and salad. And then dinner, probably the same thing—a protein and a green.What size is the average Victoria Secret model? ›
Today, the average woman wears a dress size of 16 to 18, whereas a Victoria's Secret model is a mere size 4 — perpetuating an unrealistic standard of beauty, the researchers say.How do models have no fat? ›
In fact, models focus on limiting carbs in their diet because excessive consumption of carbohydrates will unnecessarily lead to fat storage. By telling you to follow a low-carb diet, we urge you to involve foods that typically include fruits, grains, legumes, starchy vegetables, and dairy foods.What does Sarah Wilson eat in a day? ›
Sarah: I eat seven to eight portions a day, mostly veg with only a couple of portions of fruit. I believe in 'dense nutrition', meaning I try to eat the most nutritionally-packed foods all the time, so that I always benefit from what I eat.What does Victoria Beckham eat all day? ›
David Beckham gave an insight into his wife's favourite meal
It was widely reported that the 48-year-old has eaten the same meal every day for 25 years, with her husband David Beckham divulging that she: "Only eats grilled fish, steamed vegetables; she will very rarely deviate from that."
For breakfast, Lala tends to eat a plain bagel with cream cheese or eggs with spinach. When it comes time for lunch, sometimes she opts for a salad (with tomato, cucumber, cheese, chicken, and a creamy dressing,) and other times she orders pasta from a nearby restaurant.Do you have to be pretty to be a Victoria Secret Model? ›
To become a Victoria's Secret Angel, not only do the models have to be beautiful, but they also need to have great personalities and be super committed to the brand.
Can I wear black jeans at Victoria Secret? ›
They don't provide the uniform and you are not required to wear their merchandise. The dress code is all black and business casual.Do you get paid every week at Victoria Secret? ›
Every two weeks. Im sure its the same everywhere but we get paid Bi-weekly.