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Victoria's Secret

Definitions

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  • proper n. A retail marketer of women's clothing and beauty products, most recognizable as a marketer of bras and other lingerie, founded in San Francisco in 1977.

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Examples

  • The international potential looks huge, not least because of the brand recognition of Victoria's Secret in countries where it doesn't even have a retail presence.

    Victoria's Overseas Secret Is Behind Closed Doors

  • American stores like Gap Inc., Macy's Inc. and Victoria's Secret, owned by Limited Brands Inc., offer to ship purchases to Australia.

    Australia Shoppers Look to Web

  • Victoria's Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whitley has been tapped for the Michael Bay film, despite minimal acting experience.

    Hollywood Stars To Watch In 2011

  • Sorry to break it to you, Sir Ben, but I'm afraid you somehow missed out on this to Victoria's Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whitely - say what you want about Michael Bay, but the man does certainly at least have a type.

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  • At Victoria's Secret, which has made superstars out of dozens of models, including Gisele Bundchen, Adriana Lima, Heidi Klum, Tyra Banks and Alessandra Ambrosio, executives don't have to rely on personal preference to pick their next faces.

    How To Be A Supermodel

  • But that's not all, because now the Spice Girls have signed a deal with Victoria's Secret to exclusively sell their album in America two months before anyone else.

    The Spice Girls Are Back. Sort Of.

  • Over the past several years, Victoria's Secret has come to dominate this specialty market.

    The Rule of Three

  • Ed Razek, chief marketing officer for Victoria's Secret parent Limited Brands, has long taken the position that the company wants feminine, womanly models, because that's who looks best in the lingerie.

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  • An executive for Victoria's Secret's parent company says the amount of cotton it buys from Burkina Faso is minimal, but it takes the child-labor allegations seriously.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Victoria's Secret's parent company, Limited Brands Inc., said in an e-mailed statement yesterday that it continues "to take this matter very seriously as we do not tolerate child labor."

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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