Who Was the Best Dressed Model at the Victoria’s Secret After-Party?

The competition was fierce.

Josephine Skriver in Gabriela Cadena (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret).
Maria Borges in Gabriela Cadena (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Elsa Hosk in Anthony Vaccarello (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Romee Strijd in Altuzarra (Photo: Getty Images).
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Taylor Hill (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Bruna Lirio (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Lily Donaldson (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
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Devon Windsor (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Sara Sampaio (Photo: Getty Images).
Ming Xi in Moschino (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
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Behati Prinsloo in Versace (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Adriana Lima in Alexandre Vauthier and Fernando Jorge jewelry (Photo: Getty Images).
Martha Hunt in Mugler (Photo: Getty Images).
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Yumi Lambert (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Lily Aldridge in Thakoon (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
Alessandra Ambrosio (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images).
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Kendall Jenner in Versace (Photo: Getty Images).
Izabel Goulart (Photo: Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images)
Gigi Hadid in Anthony Vaccarello (Photo: Getty Images).

The chosen Angels, who stormed the runway at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show last night, trained for months to tone their lithe limbs and taught tummies. They had to present million dollar bras and exuberant pairs of wings on flawless bodies, so once all that hard work was over, they were due for a serious celebration.

Following the show, the top mods headed to Tao, where the official after party was held, pink carpet and all. And well, the models really dressed to the nines. Bedecked in barely there Mugler frocks like Martha Hunt or a glimmering Versace number, à la Kendall Jenner, these getups were worthy of a runway show of their own. Here are some of our favorite looks from the evening, although we will be crowning Ms. Jenner as the best dressed of the crew.

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