Victoria's Secret Apologizes for Karlie Kloss's Sexy Native American Look and Pulls From Broadcast
Angels, million dollar fantasy bras and a catwalk of scantily clad 6-foot stunners, the recipe for another style scandal?
At the Victoria's Secret fashion show last week, Karlie Kloss was seen on the runway in a sexy Native American look, and controversy hit the twittersphere immediately.
After Urban Outfitter's and Gap had recently been targeted for inappropriate Native American apparel, the lingerie giant just made the same obvious misstep.
Clad in a feather headdress, suede bra, fringe and leopard-print panties and turquoise jewelery, the racy look caused quite the buzz, with fans attacking the Victoria's Secret facebook page showing their concern, saying VS was "sexualizing" the culture.
In response, Victoria's Secret issued the following statement on twitter:
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"We are sorry that the Native American headdress in our fashion show has upset individuals. The outfit will be removed from the broadcast."
Karlie herself tweeted, "I am deeply sorry if what I wore during the VS Show offended anyone. I support VS’s decision to remove the outfit from the broadcast."
See all the looks in our gallery and tune into CBS on Tuesday, December 4 at 10/9 CST to see the full runway extravaganza sans Karlie's scandalous getup.