How Victoria's Secret Models Travel to Shows Around the World
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How Victoria's Secret Models Travel to Shows Around the World

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See what it's like to travel like a Victoria's Secret model. 

This weekend, the models of Victoria's Secret boarded their private plane as they made their way to the first Victoria's Secret Fashion Show to take place in Paris, France.

The show won't air until December 5, but fans can get a sneak peek at how the Angels travel in style, from sipping on complimentary drinks to snapping pictures with themed amenity kits.

Matching outfits for the occasion include pink “Victoria’s Secret Paris 2016” shirts and jeans.

Ready for take off! yes I'm great believer in angels #victoriasecret #VSfashionshow16 #VSFS16

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Paris we are coming !! #VSfashionshow2016 #vsfs2016 @victoriassecret

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A pink runway escorts models up to the plane and doubles up as the perfect spot for grabbing a photo.

All aboard the Angel jet. Next stop: Paris! #VSFashionShow

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The models also posed with Paris-themed goodies like miniature Eiffel Towers and French flags before boarding their jet.

Buddy system

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Inside, Victoria’s Secret blankets line each seat. The models received toiletry kits complete with body butter and Victoria’s Secret lip gloss, according to Elle.

@lilyaldridge coming for ya #VSfashionshow

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We here! #VSFashionshow Paris!

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Bonjour, Paris! The Angels have landed. The show films 11/30, and you can watch it 12/5! #VSFashionShow

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But even while working, the Angels still made time to do some sightseeing in Paris.

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