Meet 7 Victoria's Secret Women to Replace AngelsBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/meet-7-victorias-secret-women-to-replace-angels
Victoria's Secret is rebranding and innovating to become the world's leading advocate for women. VS Collective is a newly formed team of 7 experienced game-changing women, and this is just the beginning of a platform that will change the future of Victoria's Secret.
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Victoria's Secret was founded in the 1970s, shortly after Roy Raymond tried to buy underwear for his wife and was unhappy with the ugly floral nylon nightgowns that were available for sale. Since then, this name has become a household name. It is a brand known for its lingerie, apparel, beauty, and of course the gorgeous supermodels also known as Angels, introduced in 1998. Elsa Hosk, Adriana Lima, and Romy Straid are featured here, just to name a few of a huge roster of dominants. Beauties in the history of angels.
1. Adut Akech.
Adut Akech is a refugee, mental health advocate, and model. Born in 1999, she debuted as a model in 2017 and was selected Model of the Year by models.com in 2018 and 2019. “Being part of VS Collective marks such a special moment, and I feel happy to be part of a group that celebrates and empowers individuality,” added Akech.
2. Priyanka Chopra Jonas.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas needs no introduction, we know her as an actress, producer, singer, entrepreneur. Winner of the Miss World 2000 pageant, she promotes social issues such as women's rights, the environment, and gender equality.
3. Paloma Elsesser.
Paloma is a large model. She was discovered on Instagram by famed makeup artist Pat McGrath and has since worked for brands such as Nike, Fenty Beauty, and Mercedes-Benz, and recently appeared on the cover of Vogue.
4. Amanda de Cadenet.
Amanda de Cadenet - Journalist, Photographer, GirlGaze Founder, and Equality Advocate joins the VS team and will host an ongoing podcast in which VS founding members share great stories and perspectives. As for VS Collective, she believes that "real change comes from within and that a group of like-minded people can change the culture."
5. Megan Rapino.
Megan Rapino is an LGBTQIA + activist, equality advocate, and professional footballer. Winner of multiple gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics and the 2015 and 2019 Women's FIFA World Cup, Meghan has been named FIFA's Best Player of the Year 2019. “I've so often felt like an outsider watching brands in the beauty and fashion industries. and I am thrilled to create a space that sees the true spectrum of ALL women, ”she added, joining the VS Collective team.
6. Valentina Sampaio.
Valentina Sampaio is a Brazilian LGBTQ + activist, actress, and model. In August 2019, she became Victoria's Secret's first transgender model. She advocates for transgender equality and awareness and fights against transgender discrimination in her country. Joining the latest VS Collective, Valentina said, "As a powerful global platform, Victoria's Secret aims to open these doors to transgender women like me by celebrating, raising, and protecting ALL women."
7. Eileen Gu.
Eileen Gu, only 17 years old. Joining VS Collective, she said, "I am honored to be part of such an inspiring group of women and to work with a brand that seeks to break boundaries and use its platform to raise, protect the interests of women around the world."