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The swimwear, introduced in 2002, was made available until April 2016, when the company announced that the line would end and be replaced by a new line of activewear.
All of them later went on to become Angels.
Kloss apologised for the incident via Twitter and the brand later made a statement of apology.
The results were released in three 3 days from the last day of examination.
The next spring Victoria's Secret avoided technical issues by partnering with , , and.