Tell me about it, stud! Victoria's Secret Angels Skriver, Strijd and Sampaio model the punky new lingerie collection with Balmain... featuring a £184 SWAROVSKI encrusted bra

They recently showcased their flawless figures as the stars of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Shanghai, donning the famous wings to showcase an array of incredible looks.

And the VS models were flaunting their amazing physiques once again on Wednesday, as the collaboration between the famous lingerie brand and designer Balmain was unveiled.

Starring Angels?Josephine Skriver, Romee Strijd and Sara Sampaio, the trio could be seen posing in an array of revealing looks, with no shortage of studs, tartan or chainwork.

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Punk-tastic: Victoria's Secret angels showed off their incredible figures on Wednesday as the brand's collection with fashion house Balmain was unveiled

Punk-tastic: Victoria's Secret angels showed off their incredible figures on Wednesday as the brand's collection with fashion house Balmain was unveiled

Danish beauty Josephine Skriver showcased her ample cleaved in a revealing tartan two-piece, with the push-up bra adorned with both the red checked design and a fishnet effect.

With her brunette locks hanging loosely around her shoulders, the Vogue star oozed sex appeal as she posed for the camera, with chunky rings adding the rock-tastic vibe of the collection.

Also appearing was Dutch angel Romee Strijd, who went for tartan-tastic look with a balconette bra and matching briefs, complete with thigh-high lace-up tartan boots.

With poker straight blonde hair, the star looked stunning in the stand-out look after wowing on the catwalk just weeks earlier.

Incredible:?Dutch angel Romee Strijd went all-out tartan to pose in a matching balconette and briefs combo, complete with thigh-high lace-up boots

Incredible:?Dutch angel Romee Strijd went all-out tartan to pose in a matching balconette and briefs combo, complete with thigh-high lace-up boots

Go mad for plaid like Romee in her Victoria Secret x Balmain bra

Romee rocked the strappy plaid set from the Balmain x H&M collab. Of course it's sold out online now.

We love the punky tartan detailing combined with the mesh which gives it an edge. Since underwear has been boldly used as a layering piece now, it's easy to see this bra under a sheer lace top.

But follow the link on the right buy it in black!

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Rocker chic:?Sara Sampaio showcased her ample cleavage in a fishnet plunge bra and matching briefs

Rocker chic:?Sara Sampaio showcased her ample cleavage in a fishnet plunge bra and matching briefs

Centrepiece: The star of the collection was the Swarovski encrusted bustier, which sold out hours after the collection was unveiled despite the £184 price tag

Centrepiece: The star of the collection was the Swarovski encrusted bustier, which sold out hours after the collection was unveiled despite the £184 price tag

Rocker chic:?Danish beauty Josephine Skriver also showed off the emblem cover-up tees available in the collection, though her flawless figure was still on full display

Rocker chic:?Danish beauty Josephine Skriver also showed off the emblem cover-up tees available in the collection, though her flawless figure was still on full display

Also rocking the shoot was Portugese model Sara Sampaio, who donned an almost-see-though matching mesh plunge bra and briefs combo.

Rocking her brunette bob in shaggy waves, Sara looked every inch the rockstar, personifying the style of the collection.

Fans rushed to snap up the collection as soon as it was released on Wednesday, with a majority of the items selling out in just one day.?

While the rock-tastic looks were certain popular with fans, it was the Swarovski encrusted bustier that proved the runaway hit, despite the £184 price tag

Biker queen: Josephine oozed appeal as she posed in a leather bomber jacket completely covered with different studs

Biker queen: Josephine oozed appeal as she posed in a leather bomber jacket completely covered with different studs

Print central: Punk rock was the inspiration for the collection, in both the lingerie and the cover-ups
Print central: Punk rock was the inspiration for the collection, in both the lingerie and the cover-ups

Print central: Punk rock was the inspiration for the collection, in both the lingerie and the cover-ups

Stand-out: The angels certainly made a statement with their looks, after wowing in the Victoria's Secret Fashion show just weeks earlier

Stand-out: The angels certainly made a statement with their looks, after wowing in the Victoria's Secret Fashion show just weeks earlier

Busty babe: Fans have flocked to buy pieces from the collection, with a majority selling out in just one day

Busty babe: Fans have flocked to buy pieces from the collection, with a majority selling out in just one day

The collection marked the first collaboration between Victoria's Secret and a fashion house for an in-store collection, and Balmain creative director?Olivier Rousteing recently told Vogue about his idea behind the collection.

He said: 'A year ago they came to me and said, why don't we do something together? We came up with the punk theme, which is something really new for me.'

'There are so many reference points for punk, from books to editorials in Vogue.?

'I regrouped a lot of ideas I had in my mind for Balmain, as I channel a lot of rock ‘n’ roll in the collections.'

Flawless: Sara rocked a black diamond choker with the studded jacket for some of the shots for the collection

Flawless: Sara rocked a black diamond choker with the studded jacket for some of the shots for the collection

Punk-ready: Rocking a smouldering smoky eye and just shaken hair, Sara could certainly turn heads as she posed in the look

Punk-ready: Rocking a smouldering smoky eye and just shaken hair, Sara could certainly turn heads as she posed in the look

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