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The angel is back: Bella Hadid stuns in new Victoria's Secret campaign

By Yoniel Acebuche Published Jan 13, 2022 3:12 pm

Bella Hadid is bolder and fiercer in the behind-the-scenes footage of her latest Victoria's Secret holiday campaign.

After taking a hiatus from working with Victoria’s Secret, the 25-year-old model shared several behind-the-scenes photos of her latest VS campaign, flaunting her staggering figure in festive red underwear.

Hadid made an epic comeback with a sizzling look featuring a silky red bra with thick white straps with the brand's name in black block letters pairing it with a matching high cut thong giving emphasis to her sexy body.

This is her first time again working with Victoria’s Secret after announcing that she was joining the brand's new VS Collective back in December.

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Meanwhile, the supermodel previously admitted in an interview with Marie Claire that it took her time to be convinced to rejoin VS.

"It took me almost a year and a half to take the meeting with them. Even having that conversation was very complicated for me because of the way that I had felt in the past," Hadid said.

She also mentioned the "type of way" treatment that she and other women experienced who worked for the brand before in the interview.

"And now, six of the seven [VS]board members are all female. And there are new photoshoot protocols that we have. So a lot has changed. I feel like the world really deserves a brand like Victoria's Secret and to also feel represented by it as well," she added.

In 2020, Hadid joined several other models in calling out the company's misogynistic culture. Hence, rebranding took place in the company doing away with the Angels and rebranding to VS Collective.

"Joining VS Collective was really about taking my power back and having the power over my body be released to myself again," she told the magazine.

Hadid continued, "I just look around [on set] and I feel empowered again. I feel empowered in lingerie, instead of feeling like my body is some sort of money maker."