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Finally, a face of Victoria’s Secret that we can all fit.
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So today this happened – Nunude the first UK diverse brand proving skin tone underwear for ALL women collaborated with @love_disfigure campaigners of diversity ❤️ We the #FallenAngels went to @victoriassecret and Oxford Circus – to demand more diversity! It’s not just about body Diversity or skin! It’s about every single difference! We are all equal ! We are all loved and we are all beautiful ❤️ CAN YOU BELIEVE 1 hour after this the paparazzi uploaded in press 🙏🏽🙏🏽 keep swiping for more 👉🏽👉🏽 . #FallenAngels . #victoriassecret #skintonestudy #skin #nude #models #modelling #protesting #diversity #bodypositive #disabilities #disabledfashion #burnsurvivor #scarring #unity .. . . @shutterstock @google @metro.co.uk @cosmopolitan @the.independent @thesun @itvthismorning @loosewomen @eveningstandardmagazine @stylistmagazine
Women who aim to diversify the world of fashion and beauty took to Oxford Street London to show that they too can be a part of what is considered the “epitome” of beauty. Influential voices such as psoriasis champion Aimee, burns survivor Corinne, ability ambassador Charlotte and more joined forces with brand NuNude to show the true meanings of beauty.
Their ‘fallen angels’ metaphor provided the perfect wit to show passersby that they too can reject the unhealthy notions of beauty that brands such as Victoria’s Secret portray and uphold. Defiantly, they showed that none of us need to play by the rule book of beauty and be an ‘angel’, we can be exactly who we are and have the industry of fashion work for us.