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The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Is Coming Back—and the Internet Is Divided

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is coming back. The lingerie brand announced during its 2022 earnings call on Friday that it’s seeking to revamp its –filled production, which was once one of the most anticipated (and watched) in the world. “We’re going to continue to lean into the marketing spend to invest in the business…and also to support the new version of our fashion show, which is to come later this year,”  the brand’s CFO, Timothy Johnson.

In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, a spokesperson also emphasized that the show will “reinforce our commitment to championing women’s voices and their unique perspectives.”The event—which once featured top models such as Adriana Lima, , and Heidi Klum—was put following VS’s declining sales, , and controversies surrounding the brand.

Most notably, it was reported at the time that the company’s CEO, Les Wexner, had  to Jeffrey Epstein, who was charged with sex trafficking of minors and conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking.

In 2020, a  article accused Edward Razek—the former chief marketing officer of L Brands, Victoria’s Secret’s parent company—of creating a “culture of misogyny, bullying, and harassment.”Around the time of its hiatus, there were also rising questions around whether the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was still relevant or appropriate for the current fashion climate.

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