Updated 07:04 PM EDT, Wed, Oct 27, 2021

Victoria's Secret Adds Colombian Model Daniela Lopez to Its 'Pink' Lineup

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Victoria's Secret named its new model for the Pink lineup.

Colombian beauty Daniela Lopez is the new face of the lingerie company's Pink collection, which targets 15 to 22-year-olds, Fox News Latino reported. Prior to her Victoria's Secret engagement, Lopez, 22, has already graced the covers of famous fashion magazines, such as Elle and Vogue Sports Illustrated, which named the model as their "Lovely Lady of the Day" in 2014.

The brunette beauty was also featured in Maxim's Instagram Girl of the Week in Oct. 2014.

"Dreams do come true," Lopez wrote on Instagram a few weeks ago for her 154,000 followers. Check out her sexy photos on her official Instagram page.

Denise Bidot on VS Having a Plus-Size Model

Plus-size models are currently being celebrated in the modeling industry. Denise Bidot, one of the most recognizable curvy models making her name in the modeling world, recently talked to E! News whether Victoria's Secret is ready to introduce a plus-size model to their lineup.

According to the model, adding a curvy woman to Victoria's Secret's roster of Angels is not just a victory for the fashion industry; it also means changing the esteemed brand for good.

"I think if they did go ahead and include a plus-sized angel, I think it would be such a huge statement from Victoria's Secret especially cause for so long, as a curvy woman, I haven't been able to shop there, able to fit in a lot of their stuff," Bidot, 29, told E! News.

She continued, "I think it would be a way to embrace us and make us feel like they get it . . . They get we're beautiful and they are embracing all sorts of sizes and diversity."

Bidot, who has modeled for the last eight years, previously worked with famous clothing brands such as Nordstrom's, Lane Bryant, Levi's, and Zizzi Clothing, the news outlet listed. She said that social media has changed how the modeling industry is viewed by people, and she credits this development to the new generation of supermodels, such as Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne.

Bidot, who looks up to Jennifer Lopez, Tyra Banks, Salma Hayek, and Drew Barrymore, also admitted that she's still working on how to deal with her insecurities, E! News added.

"I'm a woman-I'd be lying if I said I didn't have insecurities," Bidot explained to E! News. "It's funny how my industry helped me embrace-and help me feel beautiful cause i started seeing myself how other people saw me and I have to say it has been such an amazing journey and such a great feeling to be a part of this industry and be accepted the way that I have."

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