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25 replies
  1. John Hooper
    John Hooper says:

    From 1999 –2000 through 2017 –March 2020, US obesity prevalence increased from 30.5% to 41.9%. During the same time, the prevalence of severe obesity increased from 4.7% to 9.2%.
    Basically VS had ZERO impact on young girls..

  2. Anna Pritchett
    Anna Pritchett says:

    Heads up: this says it’s a documentary about the rise and fall of Victoria’s Secret. After watching I can say it is actually mostly a conspiracy piece about Jeffrey Epstein and his involvement with the CEO. Last episode didn’t even mention the company for a solid 30 min, just the predator. They never talk to any people who actually worked in the stores, interview barely any models, and instead mostly use it as a hit piece. If that’s what you wanna watch, go for it! But if you’re looking for a documentary about the company, what it was like working for them as a sales associate, model, etc. Then there are way better ones right here on YouTube.

  3. Arkangel Arkangel
    Arkangel Arkangel says:

    This documentary was great… up until it turned into a Jeffrey Epstein the rich are the illuminate cabal taking over the world … one expensive thong at a time… by the end … count the watchers as part of the idiots storming the capital building.

  4. Lissy London
    Lissy London says:

    Victorias Secret started to get bad when instead of sewing the bras together they glued them instead.
    I noticed a massive shift in quality around 2008 and it got so bad that by 2014 I was returning items to them after one use due to them falling apart. I simply moved on to better quality companies like Mimi Holliday, Empreinte in France, Agent Provocateur. Their sale prices were the same as VS regular prices but the quality is a thousand times better and the design is amazing. I had already outgrown a DDD by then anyway and was happy to get out of their smelly stores.

  5. Cinthia Itza
    Cinthia Itza says:

    I m pretty sure a lot of shady things happened and that´s one thing but to cancel a brand just because you can´t fit in it, seriously?? It is like cancelling Channel because we do not have the money to buy it and I do not see anyone protesting all those expensive high end brands. I was a big fan of the VS shows

  6. Stacey Roberts
    Stacey Roberts says:

    The doc wasn’t as interesting as I’d hoped. I was expecting more interviews from past models, describing things they went thru. I guess none of them wanted to go public and speak out. I just expected models to speak more on harassment, what they had to go thru to maintain the bodies they were expected to have, all the editing done to photos etc

  7. Mol Dennis
    Mol Dennis says:

    I was expecting the truth about what goes behind the scenes. Instead they blindly glamorize high priced prostitution for hidden wealthy men. I can see right thru this doc.

  8. tiarn
    tiarn says:

    just finished watching this series and its barely about victoria secret. just epstein and les' relationship. the story didnt really need to include epstein that much

  9. Ruby Tuesday
    Ruby Tuesday says:

    Did an essay on this brand. They refuse to evolve like brands including Savage X Fenty. The unrealistic beauty standards aren’t it. The owner of Victoria secret original vision was to make men feel comfortable shopping for lingerie interesting take


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