Victoria’s Secrete model and renown actress Nardos Adane shares her view regardin Victoria’s Secrete Victoria’s Secret is prepared to make a comeback. The lingerie company has changed its image 180 degrees in the last three years, dropping its “angels,” extending its size range, and reconsidering how it markets to women. Under the artistic leadership of Ral Martinez, VS isn’t just about push-up bras and unending pink.
The broad group of ambassadors unveiled in June of last year, which included celebrities like model Adut Akech and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, demonstrates how inclusion has evolved into a marketing philosophy. The company is currently introducing Love Cloud, a series of comfortable bras and bottoms made of plush material that is the softest it has ever used, as its first full-scale collection launch under Martinez.
Love Cloud makes a splashy debut on Valentine’s Day with a campaign including Hailey Bieber, Paloma Elsesser, Shalom Harlow, Taylor Hill, and Iman Hammam. Top models aren’t even the most interesting part of the advertisements: A number of powerful women from all around the world join the runway stars to further emphasize the point that the new VS is for everyone.
Each represents a particular type of beauty that was previously not included in the VS fantasy and originates from a distinct field or creative route. Yacine Ndaw, who oversaw production, MaryAnn Elizabeth, Jailyn Matthews, a doctor, and Cello Miles, a Nez Perce Tribe-Wildland Firefighter, all stand out in the photos.
The chance was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Miles. She said over the phone from Idaho, “I feel fortunate to be a part of this.” It alludes to my experience in trying to break into this field and to my life. Knowing that I don’t have to alter who I am in order to succeed in this world was reassuring.