Supermodel Coco Rocha has graced catwalks for Chanel, Dior, Versace and countless others — but there’s one fashion show she always avoided.
Asked by a TikTok follower to demonstrate “the runway walk from a ~specific~ problematic brand [sic] in from the mid-2000s” on Thursday, the Canadian beauty gamely showed off her Victoria’s Secret Angel-worthy strut.
“Always turned down this ‘specific’ show but I think it goes a lil somethin’ like this,” she wrote over the clip, without calling out the mall brand by name.
The mom of three proceeded to beam brightly, blow kisses and wave at an imaginary crowd as she walked.
“Air kisses and spray tans were never my thing,” Rocha, 34, captioned the teasing yet tasteful TikTok.
“This shall remain coco’s secret,” one fan commented. “The shadeeee,” another wrote.
“I know you’re reading them to absolute filth but you still look incredible,” a third person added.
Rocha also demonstrated a series of other struts on social media, including the “90s Super Sashay,” “Male Model Blue Steel” and “Contemporary Flail.”
In 2018, she founded the Coco Rocha Model Camp, which offers catwalk classes and courses on navigating the fashion industry.
“There [are] hours and hours where I discuss what your rights are as a model, as a human. What you might experience, what you should never experience, all of it. I have experienced the bad, the good and the amazing. And I want them to just experience the good and the amazing,” the former teen model told Page Six Style in 2021 about the school’s focus.
This isn’t the first time the devout Jehovah’s Witness has spoken out about her issues with VS.
“It’s just my boobs aren’t out. And I don’t have a cigarette in my hand, and I’m not making out with a guy,” she said about her choice to pose without nudity or certain props. “And it’s all fine if you want to do that. I don’t judge. My besties do Victoria’s Secret. I just don’t do it,” Rocha told Business Insider in 2014.
Despite never walking Victoria’s Secret’s star-studded runway, Rocha did appear in an ad for the retailer’s Pink brand — which is aimed at younger customers — in 2017.
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