Victoria’s Secret star Heidi Klum (48) really made her rise as a model in America. But on the Australian TV show “The Sunday Project”, Heidi Klum is now harassing the American lingerie company. The brand announced a few weeks ago that its famous angels will not resurface the catwalk in the future. “I can’t help but say it’s time,” says Klum.
“As a model, you are happy to have a job. You have to do what the company tells you to do,” the star recalls. “When I look back now, I can tell from today’s perspective that change is overdue. Times have changed, and it has taken a long time. “.
“Everyone should be represented in fashion campaigns”
Klum is pleased that all body sizes are now represented in the fashion world: “There are a lot of different people out there. And everyone should be represented in fashion campaigns on the catwalk!”
Victoria’s Secret is replacing its angels with the so-called “VS Collective,” which is made up of seven “culturally connected” women. They no longer have to wear underwear, but instead give information about their life stories in a new campaign. This is why podcasts are produced with outstanding women. The company’s focus on fashion should be for everyone to feel comfortable in the ensembles. That’s why Victoria’s Secret now produces plus-size maternity wear. (to talk)
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