Kate Upton is sick and tired of seeing the same body types on the catwalk. And did not hide his opinion about the brand icon of the fashion, Victoria’s Secret.
The model gave her opinion in the program “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” (Watch what happens live with Andy Cohen) on what she thinks of Victoria’s Secret: has it wrong. Also spoke about her motivation to pose in photos without retouch for the magazine Health.
“What was his reaction to the rumors that Victoria’s Secret might not have a fashion show this year?” a caller asked him to Upton in the show on Bravo on Sunday.
Upton responded that the company of fashion you should receive a call of attention.
“You know what, we are tired of seeing the same body type,” said the 27-year-old. “Now you have to be inclusive to all. All women need to be represented. Otherwise, it is boring.”
Les Wexner, CEO of L Brands, the parent company of the lingerie brand, revealed in may that the fashion show of this year will not be broadcast on network television. The news of a change occurs after the program reached an historic low in the ratings last year.
The brand was also criticized in November 2018 after which their marketing director made comments which indicated that the models transgender should not appear in the program. Since then, Victoria’s Secret launched its first model openly transgender, Valentina Sampaio, 22 years old, in its new campaign Pink, which will be launched at the end of this month.
While I was in the Bravo program, Upton also spoke about her decision to publish their photos in the September issue of Health magazine without retouching.
“It was a very hard decision to make because it was months after I gave birth to my little baby (Genevieve Upton Verlander, 9 months), but it was very important, because we are surrounded by so many tweaks, social networking, and filters, that we have lost touch of what is real and what is not,” said the star of the cover. “For me, this was a big step to show a clear picture of what it means to be authentic, and the expectations of what it means to give light.”