Erin Heatherton, Karlie Kloss and Behati Prinsloo helped mark the launch of the Body by Victoria collection yesterday.
The trio of Victoria's Secret Angels were on hand to promote the new underwear line at the company's New York City store.
They certainly dressed to impress, with each opting for a body-conscious mini-dress by Herve Leger. Erin's number was a peach tone and featured a square neck, with the model accessorising with simple nude heels. Karlie went for a bright purple number with a keyhole cutout across the chest, while Behati's dress was an eye-catching red shade.
The trio enjoyed a meet-and-greet with fans and were seen sipping on Liquiteria juices during the event.
Erin couldn't contain her excitement about the new line, opening up about her favourite pieces.
"I have a lot of Victoria Secret stuff in the back that I’m going to buy after this. I want to buy some of the new bikini styles,” she told modelinia.com. “I love the ones with the ruffley bottoms. They look like little flowers - they’re so cute!”
It was a busy day for the models, who earlier appeared on TV show Good Morning America. They were seen sporting the label's iconic wings in a backstage picture posted on Twitter by Erin.
"Just a casual morning in Times Square in wings @behatiiprinsloo @karliekloss #bodybyvictoria @gma," she wrote.
The girls were quizzed on how they keep in shape and were only too happy to share some secrets. Karlie explained that for her, health is always the most important thing.
"You’re constantly travelling, so what I like to do is bring my workout with me. Every girl wants a nice, strong look. [Using resistance bands] is really easy if you know what to do with them [and] good for lengthening and strengthening. As a Victoria’s Secret Angel, it’s really important to not only just look good but to feel good," she explained.
Behati is the face of the new Victoria by Victoria Secret fragrance and took the opportunity to promote the scent too. Her top tip was to dab the perfume behind knees which is a "pulse point, so it stays longer".