Redefining Fantasy: 25 Women Who Would Represent True Diversity On The Victoria’s Secret Runway

December 3, 2018  |  

Brielle Anyea

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Ed Razek, CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER of VICTORIA SECRET, finally explains why they WILL NOT USE PLUS SIZE MODELS ""Well, why not? Because the show is a fantasy. It’s a 42-minute entertainment special. That’s what it is. It is the only one of its kind in the world, and any other fashion brand in the world would take it in a minute, including the competitors that are carping at us. And they carp at us because we’re the leader. " 1st of all, curvy women are a fantasy. It's not only for a size 2. My issue with Victoria's Secret has always been that they market their products to WOMEN OF SIZES 6-16US, but will not represent them in their campaigns/shows. I've always been a believer in representing your audience. Women that are between the sizes of 6-16US put millions of dollars into @victoriassecret . So when you say you will not put plus size models in your show, you're saying NO to the millions of women YOU sell to. Just keep that in mind as YOUNGER generations with progressive mindsets are coming up. Keep that in mind when millions of Victoria Secret supporters above a size 4, see your long statement about why women their size, are not appealing to Victoria's Secret (but you'll still sell to them). That's all. 😉❤️

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Brielle Anyea shared a few choice words for Ed Razek. “When you said you will not put plus-size models in your show, you’re saying NO to the millions of women YOU sell to.” Thankfully, we have other brands we can support that represent the everyday woman.

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