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Supermodels at Victoria's Secret fashion show

Some of the world's biggest supermodels appeared on the annual Victoria's Secret catwalk last night.

Miranda Kerr - who gave the show a miss last year as she was heavily pregnant - with Flynn, her son with boyfriend Orlando Bloom - made her big comeback. She was joined by fellow supermodel and new mother Doutzen Kroes as well as debut 'Angels' - the term for Victoria's Secret girls - Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss. Lily Donaldson flew the flag for the Brits and strutted her stuff along other regulars such as Chanel Iman and Allesandra Ambrosio. It was a collaboration of fashion and music with performances from Kanye West - the musician, producer, rapper recently added 'designer' to his title - Nicki Minaj, Adam Levin of Maroon 5 and Jay Z. Alas there was no sign of his mother-to-be wife Beyonce.

See all the pictures from the fashion show in our Victoria Secret gallery.

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