Victoria’s Secret apologizes for headdress faux pas
NEW YORK, Ny. (CNN) – Victoria’s Secret is apologizing for a Fashion Faux Pas at the Annual Fall Show.
One of the models sported a Native American Headdress on the runway last week in New York. The outfit was criticized by tribal members as a display of ignorance.
The Lingerie retailer posted an apology on its official Twitter and Facebook page.
Victoria’s Secret is also taking the outfit out of the broadcast of the show, which will air December 4, on CBS.
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