If you attend the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show casting next year, here's a heads-up from British Vogue:
It's quite common to want to be a Victoria's Secret model - but the idea is a less inviting one when the casting process is taken into account."It's quite terrifying for them," says Sophia Neophitou-Apostolou, who has played creative director of the show for the last three years.
"They are provisionally cast by John Pfeiffer but the final decision is made by the whole team, sitting at this long table in a room with really harsh lighting and they have to walk towards us and away from us. They all have to do it - even the contracted girls - and it's incredibly nerve-wracking for them."
"It's about being show-ready," explains Sophia. "It's really like being an Olympian - they have to be in peak condition. It's not about being thin or anything like that - it's about being ready to perform and be the best you can be in that moment."