The stage is set for filming not one, but two shows, on Thursday evening. Among the 66 models who have been confirmed thus far, we count 16 black girls in the mix. There's been some progress in recent years — specifically with the casting of the first Filipina model and first model with vitiligo, Kelsey Merritt and Winnie Harlow, respectively — but the brand has much further to go to truly be inclusive. Here, meet all the black models who will be strutting their stuff on the epic runway in just two short days. And keep an eye out for them on TV when the full show and behind-the-scenes footage airs on December 2.
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Crowds gathered in Mandalay on Thursday for the funeral of a year-old woman who was shot dead during Myanmar's anti-coup protests a day earlier. Tributes have flooded in on social media, with many calling her a hero. Since the 1 February coup, Myanmar has been gripped by mass protests demanding an end to military rule and the release of detained elected leaders. More than 54 people have been killed by security forces in the protests so far, according to the UN Human Rights Office, although other reports put the figure much higher. Wednesday was the bloodiest day since the coup, with 38 protesters killed in cities and towns across the country.
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Just as mesmerizing as their end-of-runway kisses are their Instagram accounts that include countless workout videos and sweaty post-training selfies. Sure, it's easy to look at those photos and immediately dismiss their VS Fashion Show prep goodgenes. It can't be more challenging than training for a marathon I ran my first one this fall —right? I gave myself two weeks to work out and eat like a Victoria's Secret model. I'll say this: It was no party literally, I could not party and I still don't have thighs as taut and toned as Adriana Lima's.
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