Former Victoria’s Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr, inked a new deal recently with Canada-based lingerie brand, Wonderbra. Over the past year, Kerr, who is 30, has become the newest face of H&M, and has also starred in campaigns for Mango, Swarovski, and Reebok. The Wonderbra contract, however, has primarily sparked our interested, as the model ended her contract with Victoria’s Secret within the past year. While we wouldn’t necessarily think of Victoria’s Secret and Wonderbra to be classic rivals (namely because we associate Wonderbra with a more matronly image), they actually are in terms of products and in terms of regions of distribution, especially with Wonderbra obviously working to revamp its image. And we are not the only ones to say so; an array of other publications (think: Harper’s Bazaar, the Telegraph, etc.) have noted the “rivalry” between the two brands. So, legally, after six years as a VS Angel, can Kerr just hang up her wings and less than a year later sign with a competitor?