^ I agree, beauty is not mathematical, just because a girl has a long torso doesn't mean she is not attractive. Toni is just perfect in my opinion and everybody loves her (except some st TFS) and want her to be a VS angel
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Miranda Kerr reconsidering Victoria’s Secret contract after use of toxic chemicals revealed?
Miranda Kerr is the most famous face, and figure, of Victoria's Secret but it appears she’s may have been forced to reconsider her relationship with the lingerie brand, following a report by Greenpeace that has exposed its manufacturing methods.
The charity investigated 20 brands, including Victoria’s Secret, to assess whether toxic chemicals were used in their products. The report, called Toxic Threads: The Big Fashion Stitch Up, found the lingerie giant were guilty of doing so and this has now reportedly forced Miranda to reconsider her relationship with the brand.
The Australian model has built up a reputation as a champion of green products, she owns her own organic skincare line, KORA Organics, as well as being an advocate of naturally-sourced ingredients. She is also the global ambassador for Earth Hour, who are in partnership with WWF. And if that wasn’t enough evidence of Miranda’s pledge to protect the environment she’s also promised to offset her carbon footprint.
Martin Hojsik, a spokesman for Greenpeace, told the Mail on Sunday that the levels of harmful phthalates present in Victoria’s Secret underwear were so high that ‘if that product was a toy it would not be permitted in the EU.'
Greenpeace is campaigning to see these be replaced with less-harmful substitutes.
Both Miranda and Victoria’s Secret are yet to respond to the reports but it’s feared if she does hang up her coveted angel wings, other high-profile models will follow her.
What do you think? Should Miranda Kerr end her relationship with Victoria’s Secret following this report? Let us know below.
I wonder more if the toxic part in that article is true... It is kinda worrying that I can`t even realize what do they need to use those specific chemicals for and what is really the long term effect. Are restrictions on chemicals and such just overly strict or do we use carelessly some things that are extremely harmful, I don`t know. But you wouldn`t think there could be anything toxic on underwear or jeans etc?
its not the actual underwear, it's the plastic pieces, most likely the snaps/closures or whatever the technical term for those things are
The clasps? The clasps on all of the bras except for the very few with front closure aren't plastic (but the later is plastic). Hm the only other plastic stuff I can think of are the non-swarovski rhinestones and sequins.
Could it be the ones that use memory foam for the cups and padding? Or the dyes?