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The ladies of Victoria's Secret are often photographed on the beach in Florida.
But this month the beauties went Western for a cowgirl-themed photo shoot in the mountains of Aspen, Colorado.
Taylor - Hill - Stella - Maxwell - Lais
Taylor Hill, Stella Maxwell, Lais Ribeiro, Elsa Hosk, Candice Swanepoel and Jasmine Tookes all stepped into chaps, Daisy Dukes shorts and cowboy hats to model the brand's latest lingerie designs.
Stars - Shoot - Instagram - Share - Looks
The internationally famous stars of the shoot took to Instagram to share their favorite looks.
Many of the women were longtime VS vets who also walked in the runway shows.
Selfies - Portraits - Perfect - VS - Lingerie
All involved took incredible selfies and portraits that looked perfect for the annual VS lingerie catalog.
Hill looked stunning in her ripped jeans paired with a silk bra and a cowboy hat with a bolero necktie for jewelry.
Illinois - Native - Strijd - Looker - Netherlands
The 21-year-old Illinois native also posed with Strijd, a 22-year-old looker from the Netherlands.
Stridj wore a pair of lace chaps and a very small pair of undies in her images shared to Instagram.
Hosk - Leather - Jacket - Boots - Cowboy
Hosk looked sensational in a white leather jacket, white boots and a matching white cowboy hat.
The 28-year-old Swedish delight writhed around on the floor and posed with her legs out.
Tookes - Outfit - Bra - Skirt - Boots
Tookes stood out in a black outfit that consisted of a bra and skirt with boots and hat to match.
Ribeiro was more adventurous with leather chaps and worn-in cowboy boots as she helped sell a satin mauve bra.
Swanepoel - Leather - Chaps
Swanepoel showed off her virtually bare behind in fringed leather chaps.
The mother-of-one also had on...
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