Transcript for Victoria's Secret Apologizes to Native Americans for Outfit
Reporter: Victoria's secret annual fashion show is practically synonymous with risque. Traveling the very fine line of sexy versus scandalous. But by some accounts the latest show strutted across that line, when karlie kloss walked the runway with this native american headdress. The outfit caused outrage. Saying it was an offensive display against native american culture and history. The company responded right away. Saying it would not include the outfit when the show airs next month. And issuing this apology, saying, we are sorry that the native american headdress replica used in our recent fashion show has upset individuals. We sincerely apologize as we had absolutely no intention to offend anyone. The brand did the right thing for apologizing quickly. This is an enormous opportunity for the company. They don't want to mess that up. Reporter: This isn't the first controversial outfit from victoria's secret. Some saying their sexy little geisha, wild thing and country girl outfits promote stereotypes. But another designer, paul frank was accused of another this september. And earlier this months, rock was no doubt fulled their controversial video "looking hot" from the web, the very day after its release. I'm surprised that following the controversy of the no doubt video that no one within victoria's secret realized we could be having a repeat performance. Reporter: Karlie kloss, the model that walked the runway in the controversial outfit also apologized via twitter, writing, I'm sorry if what I wore during the victoria's secret show offended anyone. I requested the outfit be removed from the show. Who is "people" magazine's
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