This year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show came like a reckoning. We didn’t need its CMO Ed Razek to tell us that the multimillion-dollar lingerie label is no ally to inclusivity. But tell us he did in a spectacularly cringe-worthy moment. The brand obviously needs to try harder if it wishes to be relevant to plus-size women and transgender and gender nonconforming audiences. That will take time. We’ll use that time to invest our interest in lingerie brands that support diversity. Read on for four inclusive intimate apparel brands you should consider the next time you shop.
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