Victoria’s Secret

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Company Headquarters

Limited Parkway, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068, United States

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Brand Description

Victoria’s Secret & Co. (VS&Co), through Victoria’s Secret and Victoria’s Secret PINK, is the world’s leading specialty retailer with over 1,400 stores globally. With a deep commitment to our people, purpose and planet, Victoria’s Secret & Co. provides products and experiences that uplift and champion customers at all stages of their life.

We have a highly talented, global team of more than 30,000 associates in our stores, distribution centers and home offices. We foster an inclusive culture where everyone can bring their whole selves to work.

We are a community of smart, passionate and committed associates whose creativity, innovation and hard work fuel the world’s most recognized lingerie, apparel and beauty brands of VS&Co.

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Key Personnel

NAME
JOB TITLE
  • Martin Waters
    CEO, Victoria’s Secret & Co.
  • Greg Unis
    CEO, Victoria’s Secret Beauty
  • Tim Johnson
    CFO
  • Dein Boyle
    COO
  • Brian Leinbach
    CIO
  • Melinda McAfee
    Chief Legal Officer

Yearly results

Sales: 1.3 Billion

Sales: $1.3 billion


Victoria’s Secret is expanding its beauty regime.

Victoria’s Secret rolled out Coconut Milk & Rose Skincare. The five-item line includes gentle face cleanser, exfoliating face scrub, hydrating gel face mask, luminous face serum and ultra-hydrating face moisturizer. Each product is priced at $25. The vegan skin care line is said to be made with “clean” ingredients like vitamin E for skin barrier strength, niacinamide for improving skin tone, Hawaiian coconut for radiance, rose extract for skin rejuvenation, Moroccan rose for hydration and coconut water for moisturization. In a clinical study of 38 subjects, 81.6% agreed that their complexion looked brighter immediately after use. Moreover, 88.2% agreed that their complexion looked brighter after two weeks of twice daily use.

Last year, Victoria’s Secret Beauty debuted on Amazon.

Sales: 1.2 Billion

Sales: $1.2 billion

Victoria’s Secret’s newest Bombshell campaign features singer/songwriter Camila Cabello.

Nearly a year after its spinoff from L Brands, Victoria’s Secret is moving in the right direction. The company ditched its angels in favor of brand ambassadors like US soccer star Megan Rapinoe, plus-size TikTok star Remi Bader, Emira D’Spain, a Black transgender woman, and Sofia Jirau, a model with Down Syndrome. Last year, corporate sales rose 25% to nearly $6.8 billion, as the company shook off the effects of covid-related store closures in 2020.

In Q1, corporate sales fell 4.5% to $1.48 billion.

In April, Victoria’s Secret beauty products, more than 100 of them, became available on Amazon.

Pink recently donated an additional $850,000 to its longstanding nonprofit partners JED, BEAM, Campus Pride and Sad Girls Club, to further the work that each organization is doing to help teens and young adults.

“Mental health continues to be one of the greatest challenges that young adults face today. We know that we can’t eliminate life’s struggles, but we can lead with empathy and create a welcoming community for our customers,” said Amy Hauk, CEO of PINK. “We also know that we can do so much more when we come together, which is why we’re honored to continue supporting our extraordinary nonprofit partners and forge ahead on our collective movement towards more awareness, understanding and compassion around mental health.”

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