LAS VEGAS — Victoria’s Secret Fashion Week has come and gone.
But not for the reasons we expected.
Not only is Victoria’s Secret in the middle of a nationwide recall of the company’s controversial nipple cream, but also a new issue of the magazine is launching a new era of women’s fashion.
For those of you who are not familiar with the magazine, the concept of the fashion season is a big deal.
And as you’ll recall, a few months ago, the company recalled its most popular product, the Vogue-size bra.
The bra was the hottest trend in women’s lingerie at the time, and the recall was a huge blow to the brand.
The recall caused the bras to be banned in some markets, and many people had to resort to bra-shopping online.
The Vogue brand is owned by Victoria’s Choice.
It wasn’t just lingerie.
For some, the recall wasn’t even about lingerie, but more specifically, the breast cancer awareness campaign.
A spokesperson for Victoria’s secret said at the end of the campaign that while the recall focused on the bra, they weren’t done yet.
The campaign had a message, but it wasn’t the only campaign that was being promoted at the height of breast cancer, so the recall caused a lot of people to rethink their bra shopping.
“For a lot, it was just like ‘OK, I have this bra, what do I wear?'” said Ashley Strayer, who works in the fashion department of a company called Posh Style.
“I was just so surprised.
I was so surprised that I wore it.
And then the news spread through the whole office.
People were like ‘What?!’
And I was like, ‘Well, we had a new bra on the market that we wanted to get into.’
I was just stunned.
It was a totally different way of looking at the world.”
Victoria’s secret bras are a small version of the full size bras, and they’re available in sizes ranging from an underwire to a full size, so they’re not all about just size.
There are three different sizes, and it all depends on the type of fabric you’re going for.
“It’s a bit of a mixed bag, it’s a mixed mix of what you might be looking for, what you’d be looking to be comfortable wearing, and what you want to be able to wear without feeling like you’re overbearing,” said Strayers.
“I was actually really excited to try the smaller size and I didn’t really feel like I needed it, because it just fits really nicely,” said another Victoria’s secrets employee, Lauren.
She’s a big fan of the bra.
“The bra is a great way to be a little more feminine and more supportive, without feeling overly girly.
I love it.”
The Victoria’s Secrets campaign has a lot going for it.
It has been praised for promoting a variety of health issues, including breast cancer and its symptoms.
But there is one issue that is really concerning to Victoria’ssecret customers: the brand has changed its breast cancer prevention slogan.
Instead of saying, “Be healthy, stay healthy, get cancer-free,” the brand is now saying, ‘Don’t panic, this is a fun time to be healthy.’
“Victoria’s secrets has been struggling to make ends meet as the industry has grown exponentially over the past decade.
“They were so focused on how to get more profits, and then all of a sudden, they’re like, oh, well, we’re losing money. “
When we were buying into the company, the stock price was so high, it looked like they were going to do some crazy stuff,” said Posh style employee Lauren.
“They were so focused on how to get more profits, and then all of a sudden, they’re like, oh, well, we’re losing money.
It’s a really tough pill to swallow.”
Victoria has been working to help women like Lauren and Stray.
Last year, they started a breast cancer support group, called the Victoria’s Day Breast Cancer Awareness Project, which is dedicated to helping women like the Victoria employees who are struggling to pay bills, maintain jobs and pay for treatment.
The group also launched a website, the Victoria Secret Breast Cancer Support Group, that includes advice and resources on how the company can help women deal with the effects of breast disease.
“What’s so wonderful about the campaign is that it was not just about bras,” said Ashley.
“It was also about talking to women about their experiences.
I think it really showed that we’re really a community.
It showed that people are very aware of their breasts.
We were really proud to have the support of people that we know and love.”