Rihanna’s guests sipped bubbly rosé as they waited for her runway show to begin on Wednesday night of New York’s Fashion Week. The venue at the Brooklyn Navy Yard was appointed with surreal decor: a glass atrium filled with lab equipment, strange botanical domes, and even an indoor pond. A woman with a headset warned onlookers clustering near the platform, “It’s not going to be what you think.”
Roy Raymond opened a little store called Victoria’s Secret, now one of the most popular lingerie businesses in the world, because he was embarrassed to buy lingerie for his wife in department stores.
The brand was founded on the premise that men needed a safe space to buy lingerie for women and women needed a larger variety of sexy, angelic bras and other intimates to wear for men.
She was discovered in her home town of Hillerod, Denmark when she was a teenager.
Now, a decade later, and model Nina Agdal was a show-stopper on the red carpet at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS party during New York Fashion Week.
The 26-year old showed off her 5ft 9in statuesque figure in a colorful mini dress and matching spiked heels.
Angel choirs were singing in L Brands’ executive halls this week when Condé Nast and Goldman Sachs reported that Victoria’s Secret was the most loved brand among Millennial and GenZ women it surveyed (aged 13-34 years).
The results are quite impressive as Victoria’s Secret scored highest in favorability across all brands, not just lingerie brands. In its reporting, Condé Nast zeroed in on the brand preferences of what it defines as “It Girls,” which represented 44% of the total n=2,663 sample.