Victoria’s Secret, the famous lingerie business giant that is renowned for its beautiful models, has been under fire in the media recently after the departure of some of their top stars. Doutzen Kroes and Karlie Kloss are the latest big names to leave the company. Rumors are swirling that Victoria’s Secret’s model employees, whom are referred to as “Angels”, are upset with the company because they are receiving salaries that are comparatively low compared to prior models. Highly successful prior Angels, such as Giselle Bundchen and Heidi Klum, commanded millions of dollars annually, but lucrative contracts like theirs have become a relic of the past. When factoring in their rigorous traveling schedule and extensive time commitments, $100,000 annually may seem insufficient to many models. Each Angel is required to work at least fifty days per year for the company, which likely forces them to turn down other lucrative opportunities.
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