Alessandra Ambrosio made a stunning entrance on the set of Extra in Los Angeles to promote the Victoria’s Secret 2014 Swim Collection.
The Brazilian beauty is the latest addition to a long list of stylish stars, such as Kim Kardashian, Lily Collins, Carmen Electra, Rachel Bilson, and Krysten Ritter, who have embraced this season’s midriff-baring trend. She flaunted her enviable figure in a two-piece outfit from Calvin Klein’s resort 2014 collection, which consists of a white long-sleeved crop top and a matching belted midi skirt. Her hair was styled in gorgeous beach waves, and she finished off her look with minimal makeup, a beautiful assortment of jewels, and a pair of nude strappy heels from Christian Louboutin.
Alessandra Ambrosio on the set of Extra at Universal City in Los Angeles, California, on March 11, 2014
The 32-year-old stunner wore the sexy Christian Louboutin “Gwynitta” sandals in nude; they feature thin crisscross straps, double toe bands, adjustable buckles, covered stiletto heels, glossy patent leather, and the brand’s signature red leather soles.
Earlier that day, a scantily clad Alessandra was spotted at The London Hotel with Namibian model and fellow Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo. The statuesque beauties flaunted their sculpted physique as they showcased pieces from the lingerie brand’s latest swim collection.
Alessandra wore a white mesh cover-up over a white-hot two-piece suit that features a halter-style bikini top, delightful pink-and-yellow accents, and a gorgeous belly chain. Behati, on the other hand, rocked a floral crop top paired with teeny-tiny denim cutoff shorts. With their lustrous beach waves, stunning swimwear, and bare feet, these Victoria’s Secret models were the perfect embodiment of summer.
Alessandra Ambrosio and Behati Prinsloo celebrating the launch of Victoria’s Secret 2014 Swim Collection at The London Hotel in West Hollywood, California, on March 11, 2014
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