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Kate Upton is tired of Victoria’s Secret inclusivity

For years, it felt as though Victoria’s Secret was partially ruling the fashion world. From their band of insanely popular models (or ‘Angels’) to their world-known Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard of Victoria’s Secret. But as the times change and their business model doesn’t, it seems Victoria’s Secret may be losing some of the magic it had in the ’90s and ’00s.

And buyers aren’t the only ones who are noticing. It was recently announced that there would not be a Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show this year, an event that been active for 24 years running. Supermodel Kate Upton was quick to respond to this news in a favorable way, claiming that people are tired of the brand’s lack of inclusivity. While Upton herself had once appeared in a 2011 photoshoot for the brand, she has never appeared in the show.

And Upton isn’t the only former Victoria’s Secret model to speak negatively about the brand. Even Karlie Kloss left the company in 2015 after she began studying feminist theory at New York University’s Gallatin School. What she learned made her question the message she wanted to portray to young women.