Latest Victoria's Secret swimsuit campaign applauded for body inclusivity

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The Victoria’s Secret swimsuit catalog just got a little more relatable.

The lingerie brand released a campaign for its spring swimsuit collection showcasing more diverse body types — and fans love to see it.

Victoria’s Secret released its swimsuit collection with an inclusive campaign. 
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The “Destination: Swim” campaign features curvy models including Paloma Elsesser, who recently covered Vogue, and Jill Kortleve, the first plus-size model to walk the Chanel runway.

Kortleve makes waves in a printed two-piece while as Elesser stuns on a beach with a rose gold-colored suit.

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“Really happy to see you incorporating some curvy girls in your campaigns. Keep it up,” one fan applauded on a photo of the shoot on Victoria’s Secret’s Instagram account.

Another agreed: “Inclusive and gorgeous.”  

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Others, meanwhile, said the move to include fuller-figured models in its coveted swimsuit campaign is a long time coming.

 “Better late than never I guess,” one user commented on Instagram.

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Physical catalogs featuring Victoria’s Secret’s new swimwear collection isn’t expected to mail until March.

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