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Sofía Jirau is one of many women who joined Victoria’s Secret new inclusive range; she is the first model at the brand with Down Syndrome.


Puerto Rico (24 February 2022) – Model and brand owner of Alavett, Sofía Jirau, has become the first Victoria’s Secret model with Down Syndrome. Sofía shared that she worked hard to reach this major life goal and is thankful for their inclusion campaign.

Sofía is a 24-year-old model from Puerto Rico.

“One day I dreamed it, I worked on it and today it is a dream come true. I can finally tell you my big secret… I am the first Victoria’s Secret model with Down syndrome!

Thanks to all of you for always supporting me in my projects. Thanks to Victoria’s Secret for seeing me as a #NoLimits model and making me part of the Love Cloud Collection inclusion campaign. This is just the beginning, now it’s formed!

Inside and out there are no limits, Alavett (I Love It)!” – Sofía Jirau

The Love Cloud inclusive campaign includes women from all walks of life, ages, shapes, sizes and abilities.

“From the cast of incredible women that bring the collection to life, to the incredible inclusive spirit on set, this campaign is an important part of the new Victoria’s Secret standard we are creating.” – Raul Martinez, head creative director at Victoria’s Secret.

Sources: Instagram – Linked Above
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