The Bollywood actress features alongside other prominent names including FIFA World Cup-winning champ Megan Riponoe, South Sudanese-Australian model Adut Akech, Chinese skier and women’s sports advocate Eileen Gu, British model and activist Paloma Elsesser, and Brazillian transgender model Valentina Sampaio.
“These extraordinary partners, with their unique backgrounds, interests and passions will collaborate with us to create revolutionary product collections, compelling and inspiring content, new internal associate programs and rally support for causes vital to women,” read a statement on the brand’s official Instagram page.
According to reports, this is part of the lingerie label’s rebranding initiatives. This move comes nearly two years after the end of the brand’s annual fashion show that came to a close in November 2019, after facing severe backlash and criticism for not embracing models of all sizes and backgrounds. TNN