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Here's How The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Changed Over 20 Years

1997 got weird.

1995 Victoria's Secret looked HELLA different.

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And 1996 looked like it was straight out of a bridal mag.

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In 1997, Naomi Campbell wore this black Dracula overcoat thing.

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Tyra showed up in these granny panties in '98.

Still slaying.
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Still slaying.

This model was suspended over the runway to sprinkle fairy dust (?????) on the audience in 1999.

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Gisele looked like a straight mermaid with legs in 2000.

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Someone was really into Angel suspension in '01.

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PETA crashed the show in 2002 and Gisele still looked like a goddamn professional.

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2003 was all animal print, all the time.

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In 2004 there was a Pink spring break collection...?

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In 2005, Tyra had a sceptor because she was KWEEN.

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Lottttts of white in 2006.

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Remember when Heidi Klum was a special snowflake in 2007?

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...and then in 2008 when she wore a bow at least six times her size?

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In 2009, women fearlessly walked in heels with balloon capes trailing behind them.

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2010's theme was evidently "Females Are Strong As Hell."

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Let us all take a moment to remember Nicki Minaj's performance in 2011.

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And also Rihanna's performance in 2012.

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Ah, 2013, the year of emojis.

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Taylor and Karlie dominated the runway in 2014.

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And in 2015, Maria Borges made history, being the first black model to walk the runway with natural hair. SLAYYYYY!

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