Victoria’s Secret has launched the ‘Love Cloud’ Collection that focuses on the comfort level of every woman irrespective of the background. Get to know about the models featuring in the campaign who have different stories to tell.
Women are often told that they cannot pull off sexiness with comfort, and to some extent, they are even judged based on their bodies. To break the stereotype and get over the old-fashioned way of casting choices, American lingerie and beauty brand, Victoria’s secret has spilt all the sexiness with their new advertising campaign that not only includes brings style quotient to the women’s innerwear but also unites 18 powerful women from different backgrounds, to unite as one through comfort.
The campaign promotes the latest ‘love cloud’ intimate collection of the brand, with women with diverse backgrounds to make a difference in the traditional image of the VS collection, which we believe is a great cause towards the revolutionary future of the brand. Victoria’s Secret is a brand known for its body-specific intimate wear image, which now will diminish with this initiative taken to make women feel special and comfortable, with the inclusivity of women of every color, shape, and background.
Victoria’s secret has spilt all the sexiness with their new advertising campaign.
The campaign features 18 different women who will be united by the comfort and sexiness of the brand to represent a vast range of body types, backgrounds, ages, abilities, and experiences that they will share with the world. The list includes names of some of the bold and beautiful women like Celilo Miles, who is a firefighter by profession, Jailyn Matthews, who is a medic and Pilate instructor, MaryAnn Elizabeth, a great artist, with some known faces like Hailey Bieber.
The campaign features 18 different women who will be united by the comfort and sexiness of the brand to represent diversity.
The list also includes the first model with Down syndrome to feature in Victoria’s Secret Sofía Jirau, and Miriam Blanco, who is one of the first models with disabilities to be featured in Victoria’s Secret campaign, if not the first. Imaan Hammam, Adut Akech, Paloma Elsesser are also a part of the campaign. The legacy supermodels Valentina Sampaio, who became the first openly transgender model and worked with Victoria’s Secret, and Shalom Harlow also made to the list. These inspirational women have shared their experiences of life through the campaign to come forward to bring a change and regain relevance to its consumers by putting out a wide range of women from vast diversities, who wear the intimate wear of the brand.
Miriam Blanco is one of the first models with disabilities to be featured in Victoria’s Secret campaign.
The available sizes of the bra and panties in the ‘Love Cloud’ collection by VS range from 32A to the size 40DDD with six different styles and options of many colors to choose from. Through the campaign, the brand has reinforced its transformation, by this initiative that is committed to celebrating for all the women out there with their unique abilities, experiences, and stories.