Victoria’s Secret Angels Get a Backstage Punk Makeover | Vogue

How do you take a T-shirt from basic to Balmain? Olivier Rousteing, Josephine Skriver, Ming Xi, and Romee Strijd offer a DIY guide to sexy style.

Earlier this year, Victoria’s Secret and Olivier Rousteing joined forces to create the VS x Balmain collection, making graffiti-covered T-shirts and ’70s rock–inspired finery accessible to the masses. While Rousteing’s in-your-face aesthetic translated into the lingerie giant’s edgiest collection to date, the designer reveals in a new video that you don’t even need to buy the collection to get its signature look. Behind the scenes at the brand’s Shanghai show, Rousteing delivered a crash course in how to elevate a basic tee into something exceptional. Utilizing items that you’re sure to have lying around the house—safety pins, beads, and a sharp pair of scissors—he transformed Josephine Skriver, Ming Xi, and Romee Strijd into the newest members of the Balmain army.

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Victoria’s Secret Angels Get a Backstage Punk Makeover | Vogue

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