Victoria’s Secret Models Celebrate The Swimsuit Catalog Anniversary

The very sexy and photogenic Victoria’s Secret models, Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel, and Alessandra Ambrosio, were on hand at the SLS Hotel in LA to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of their swimsuit catalog Thursday.

The very sexy and photogenic Victoria’s Secret Angels, Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel and Alessandra Ambrosio helped the lingerie brand to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of Victoria’s Secret Swimsuit Catalogue at Los Angeles’ SLS Hotel on Thursday, March 25.

E! Online managed to grab two of the models to talk about their secret to beautiful bodies. Miranda Kerr said “The first step is eating healthy. I predominantly eat organic when I can. I eat extremely healthy because when I do, I have more energy.” Spilling further, Miranda said that “spinach, avocado, lots of greens and broccoli” are on her list beside the occasional french fries. “I’m pretty much 80 percent healthy, 20 percent indulgent, because I don’t believe in depriving yourself,” she said.

Alessandra Ambrosio preferred to eat what she wants. She said: “Lots of greens, but I love meat, so lots of protein,” she said. “I have a little bit of chocolate here and there!”

The summer 2010 Victoria’s Secret Swimsuit campaign also features other models such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Lindsay Ellingson, Emanuela de Paula and Brooklyn Decker. The collection ranges from over the top sexy to subtly seductive suits in a range of bright and bold colors to tribal animal prints.

Check out more quality photos from the gallery below after the jump. [via AceShowBiz; images via TorontoSun]

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