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    A TikTok-famous singer who penned a song slamming Victoria's Secret for 'cashing in on body issues' of young women staged a now-viral flash mob outside of one of the brand's stores to call out dangerous body image standards.  Jax, 26, from New York, took to TikTok to share a video of herself facing the store that fueled her eating disorder head on, with a growing flash mob of dancers backing her up, just three weeks after she released the hit song she wrote promoting positive body image. Her latest video shows the songstress strutting down the sidewalk outside of Victoria's Secret singing and dancing to her song about the store that fueled her body image issues.  Jax, 26, took to TikTok to show off her song slamming Victoria's Secret in a flash mob organized in front of the store and Jax said the manager was furious  The songstress from New York has struggled with an eating disorder in the past (shown above when she suffered with an eating disorder) and created the song to spread body positivity  The songstress shared the...
    A 26-year-old babysitter wrote a song about eating disorders after the young girl she babysits was bullied for the way she looks in a swimsuit at Victoria's Secret. TikToker and music artist Jax, from New York, took to TikTok to share a hit song she wrote promoting positive body image for the soon-to-be 13-year-old girl whom she babysits, Chelsea.  The video begins with Jax and Chelsea sitting in the car, Jax begins to explain to her over 10 million followers that the day before, she picked up Chelsea from the mall where she had gone bikini shopping at Victoria's Secret with her friends in preparation of her first boy and girl party.  Jax, 26, from New York , took to TikTok to share the song she wrote about lingerie brand Victoria's Secret The 26-year-old babysitter wrote the song about eating disorders after the young girl she baby sits Chelsea, 13, was bullied by a friend for the way she looks in a swimsuit at Victoria's Secret In the song, Jax notes that she knows Victoria's secret and adds that...
    (CBS DETROIT) — Rihanna’s popular lingerie brand, Savage X Fenty, is launching a brick and mortar store in Downtown Detroit. The company announced the launch along with six others on its Instagram account Wednesday. View this post on Instagram A post shared by SAVAGE X FENTY BY RIHANNA (@savagexfenty) READ MORE: 'A Girl Like Me' Organization Partners With Skinnytees For Mother's DayThe specific location is currently unknown. READ MORE: Data: Metro Detroit Homes Prices Rise 5.3% In MarchThe new stores will join the existing location in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. For more information, visit www.savagex.com. MORE NEWS: East Lansing Officials Release Video Footage Of Police Shooting At Store© 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. 
    A MANAGER at a lingerie store hated her “toxic” job so much she went back to being a sex worker. The woman, referred to only as Emily (not her real name), moved to Sydney, Australia, after finishing high school and “fell into” sex work in order to pay the bills. 4'Emily' worked at a Sydney branch of Honey Birdette for a yearCredit: Alamy 4The woman went back to sex work in order to make ends met (picture posed by model)Credit: Getty Although when she wanted a “socially acceptable career” she sort out a managing role at lingerie and sex toy label Honey Birdette in 2017. But she claims she suffered a year of abuse, overwork, low wages and her mental health suffered. Not willing to put up with the situation she returned to sex work where she was much happier and made much more money. Emily told news.com.au: “It was just a very toxic work environment. “I ended up becoming such a toxic horrible person because of the pressure put on me from above. It took a long time to...
    More On: rihanna Rihanna closes out 2021 in lacy lingerie Rihanna goes full sexy Grinch in fuzzy green bra and pants The most powerful women on the planet, revealed Rihanna denies pregnancy in alleged DM with fan Rihanna’s creations are coming soon to a store near you. The Bad Gal announced on Friday that she will be expanding her Savage X Fenty lingerie brand to include physical stores. “2022, we coming in HOT! we bout to bring you a whole new #SavageXFenty experience with the launch of our brick-and-mortar retail stores!” the singer, 33, captioned an Instagram post that included a mockup of one of her upcoming boutiques. She revealed that the first outposts will be in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. While exact opening dates haven’t yet been announced, there are sure to be plenty of sexy styles in store. The singer has been rolling out a range of increasingly revealing looks lately, including crotchless catsuits and butt-baring pajama bottoms. The third installment of her Amazon Live fashion show debuted in September, featuring celebrities...
    Denver mayor is traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, hours after asking residents to stay home Dinner with Dizzy: For years, jazz great Gillespie celebrated Thanksgiving here Victorias Secret Lingerie replaces its CEO after bruising year of store closures and lawsuits © Scott Olson/Getty Images Victoria's Secret. Scott Olson/Getty Images John Mehas, CEO of Victoria's Secret Lingerie since February 2019, was replaced on Wednesday with no reason given by the company.  Martin Waters, who has been with the company since 2008 will become CEO, effective immediately. 2020 has been a difficult year for Victoria's Secret, with lawsuits and store closures plaguing the business. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On Wednesday, L Brands announced the CEO of Victoria's Secret Lingerie, John Mehas, would be replaced.  Load Error L Brands — parent company for Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works — announced via press release that Martin Waters will step into the role. Waters has been with the company since 2008 and the change is effective immediately. "Martin Waters is an experienced retail executive who has...
    Victoria’s Secret reshuffled its executive ranks Wednesday, including the position of CEO, as it tries to revive the struggling lingerie brand. Martin Waters, who heads the company’s international division, will become CEO and replace John Mehas, who has held the position since early last year. Janie Schaffer was named chief design officer of Victoria’s Secret Lingerie and Laura Miller, who has been with parent company L Brands, becomes chief human resources officer. Schaffer had led the lingerie and beauty segments for Marks and Spencer, the British retailer. She was with Victoria’s Secret between 2008 and 2012 as head of lingerie design. Becky Behringer was promoted to executive vice president of North America store sales and operations. She has overseen the chain’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Victoria’s Secret, which has seen business decline along with traffic in U.S. malls, is facing increased competition from Aerie, which is owned by American Eagle Outfitters. And there are also upstarts appearing online, such as Adore Me and ThirdLove. There have been some signs of improvement recently. The company reported...
    A woman wearing a protective mask passes a homeless person during the coronavirus pandemic on May 12 2020 in New York City.John Lamparski | Getty Images L Brands announced Wednesday a new head of its Victoria's Secret lingerie business, as it works to revive the brand. Effective immediately, the company has tapped Martin Waters, current head of L Brands' international division, as CEO of Victoria's Secret, replacing John Mehas, who has served in the role since February 2019. L Brands shares were down around 2% in early trading. It also named Laura Miller, previously chief human resources officer at Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, as chief human resources officer of Victoria's Secret. It has promoted Becky Behringer to EVP of its North America store sales and operations division. And Janie Schaffer, previously a director at the British retailer Marks and Spencer, was named chief design officer of Victoria's Secret Lingerie. "With their collective expertise and working together alongside the entire leadership team at Victoria's Secret, we will continue to drive the business forward and reposition it for success," said Sarah Nash,...
    A 34-YEAR-old man was caught red-handed trying to steal over $600 in merchandise from an adult sex shop. Jeffrey C. Fink, 34 was caught trying to conceal about $600 in erotic items from Vybrant store in Keene, New Hampshire, according to police Sgt. James Cemorelis 2The adult sex shop, Vybrant where Jeffrey Fink, 34, was arrested for trying to steal $600 worth of erotic goodsCredit: Google Maps Cemorelis told UnionLeader, that store employees called the police after they became suspicious of the man and a female companion. Officers arrived to find the man still inside the store with a bag full of sex goodies. Surveillance footage caught the man putting items in a bag as he and the woman continued roaming through the store. A store representative told the outlet that shoplifting has been on the rise at the adult toy and lingerie store. According to Camorelis, the man had a previous warrant in connection with the theft of a $600 bicycle. 2Store employees told Unionleader, that shoplifting has been on the rise at the adult store in Keene, New...
    LOGAN SQUARE — Fashion studio and lingerie brand Department of Curiosities is closing its Logan Square shop at the end of the month. Owners Gerry Quinton and Jamie Hayes, who met while studying at Columbia College Chicago, launched the studio space at 3013 W. Armitage Ave. in 2014. They created its namesake luxury silk lingerie and sleepwear brand in 2016 with a focus on equitable production, fair wages and lower carbon footprints as part of the slow fashion movement. But the designers said it’s time to rethink their business model and say goodbye to the showroom, which hosted events, workshops, art exhibits, fashion lectures and pop-ups over the years and served as an inclusive space for the local design community. The owners said they want to save money and focus more on the creative side of their individual fashion lines, Production Mode and Morúa Designs. Managing the storefront and taking care of business needs was more work than they thought it would be, Hayes said. “For me, [closing the storefront] is about personally slowing down, doing less and doing it...
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