It's not the first time Victoria's Secret has come under fire after one of their fashion shows.
You may or may not remember, but back in 2012, Karlie Kloss was sent down the runway in Native American-inspired lingerie and a headdress. The brand received a lot of backlash, eventually apologized, and cut the outfit from the CBS program when it aired.
Victoria's Secret also faced controversy after debuting their "Go East" collection modeled by Candice Swanepoel, which they eventually removed from their site.
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This year though, VS is feeling the heat for their traditional Chinese-inspired and Mexican-inspired ensems.
In a since-deleted post published on Cosmo's site, one writer accused the label of sending models like Kendall Jenner and Taylor Hill (above) in "racist lingerie" and cultural appropriation.
Some Twitter users have echoed the sentiments, writing:
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