all expressions, no definitions. undefinable For decades, society and institutions—including ours—defined very narrow expressions that represented beauty, sexiness, and self-worth for women. The truth is the only person who can genuinely define a woman is herself. Our role is to leverage our brand to create opportunities for women everywhere to define themselves on their own terms and use our platform to recognize and celebrate that individuality and diversity over and over IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Sofia Jirau Makes History as the First Victoria’s Secret Model with Down Syndrome GOOD MORNING AMERICA Paloma Elsesser on Redefining Sex Appeal HARPER’S BAZAAR Bella Hadid: Joining the VS Collective is ‘About Taking My Power Back’ MARIE CLAIRE “I joined the VS Collective in order to be a part of something that inspires community and supports people.” PEOPLE MAGAZINE Priyanka Chopra JONAS VS Behind the Scenes: Adut & Jawara Talk Black Hair Camila Cabello Is the New Face of the Victoria’s Secret Bombshell Fragrance HARPER’S BAZAAR Mariam Naficy Joins Victoria’s Secret & Co. Board of Directors Celilo Miles is a Model, Firefighter, and the Star of Victoria’s Secret’s Latest Campaign VOGUE HAVE YOU MET THE NEW VICTORIA’S SECRET? It is our vision to become the world’s leading advocate for women. To us, advocacy means making sure that you are seen, heard, and represented in all that we do. This isn’t just philosophical, it’s fundamental. We see our support as a collective responsibility – central to our associate culture, workforce, development, and customer experience. We infuse this philosophy into product launches, marketing campaigns, and all of our merchandising, design, and creative initiatives.