I remember waiting every year for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show because I loved watching models like Heidi Klum and Tyra Banks strut their oh-so-very-toned stuff on the runway. While watching these women, I wished I was like them.
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair Adriana Lima walking at the 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Last night, CBS aired its annual Victoria's Secret Fa...
While the average woman won't be stripping down to her skivvies alongside Justin Bieber on national TV this December, the holiday party season calls for scene-stealing glamour and a hint, if not a generous helping, of sex appeal.
There's nothing inherently un-Christian about modeling. It's all how you go about it. But tonight's much-hyped Victoria's Secret fashion show is not only a blow to average women still feeling stuffed from Thanksgiving and bloated by holiday treats, it's semi-pornographic.
The 2012 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was Wednesday night and it included performances by Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, and Rihanna. Also, Channing Tatum is People Magazine's 2012 Sexiest Man Alive and Lady Gaga topless!
When I stepped into your store a few weeks ago, I was bewildered. Everything from the ceilings to the panty drawers was ruched, ruffled, rhinestoned and in some dreadful cases, all three.
The name of the problem is weight discrimination no matter how the issue is soft-pedaled or worded.
I'd never want to discourage women from working out or dis their routine for somehow not being good enough. But the bottom line is, while I love their Tall-length leggings and Hanky Panky knockoffs, I have a major chip on my shoulder when it comes to Victoria's Secret.
If you are a New Yorker, this is an event not to miss! Mark your calendar for May 24th. This year' ARTrageous promises to be the best ever! Kenny "B...
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In what could completely change the political web industry forever, political sites are now choosing to post bogus headlines, stories and pictures of scantily-clad Victoria Secret models.
Why we would pretend that labor rights can be enforced as a secondary issue in countries around the world--when we can't even enforce basic labor rights here--exposes the true fallacy of so-called "free trade."