Show was definitely a trending crowd pleaser

The world’s top models did not disappoint as they strutted the Grand Palais runway in Paris, baring it all in their minuscule, seductive lingerie. The Angels and their ubiquitous wings were a social media sensation. And, having performers like Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and The Weeknd also helped, as it trended to number one during the broadcast.

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But, it’s a wrap, as they say after a production comes to an end. And now, what happens to all those sexy little panties, bras, and wings you might be asking? Well, it’s a dirty job, but someone has to do it! And nobody can clean them better than the experts at #Jeeves, the official dry cleaners for the Victoria’s Secret #fashion Shows.

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Jeeves Managing Director, Gerald Pozniak was behind the scenes at the Paris event working his magic to keep the pieces spotlessly clean. The show is shot twice in front of two separate live audiences. This is when the foremost luxury dry cleaners from New York City step in. They have about an hour in between the two shows to get the garments re-cleaned and ready for the second show.

In between the chaos of cleaning backstage, Pozniak said that The Grand Palais was one of the most beautiful venues of all the shows he's had the pleasure to participate in. He had to oversee nearly 83 looks, worn by 51 models. There is no stain Jerry can’t remove, whether it’s body, make-up, lipstick, or glitter, lots of glitter! He is on it, obliterating it, ever so gently, by hand, due to the delicate nature of the undergarments and fabrics.

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We asked Jerry about his most challenging piece to clean at this year’s show. “A vinyl trench coat that stole the show, and 11 pairs of pristine white knee socks.”

As always, Jeeves is looking forward to next year’s show. “Doing the dirty work does have its advantages, like being backstage in the dressing area for this angelic event."

This was surely an event that won't soon be forgotten. #VSFashionShow