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Is Victoria’s Secret That She’s Into Anime?


Come on, Vicky, you can tell us! Neon Genesis Evangelion is really a great show, and probably about as mainstream as anime gets, outside of 4Kids Animation. I mean, it’s not like you’re watching Mononoke (that’s, Mononoke, not Princess Mononoke) or making elaborate Axis Powers Hetalia costumes.

Because seriously, I guess there’s a bra on Jourdan Dunn here, but mostly you’ve dressed her up in a Rei Ayanami cosplay. I mean, just look:

Is this a cry for help? It’s okay, honey, I’ll be over with all three season of Revolutionary Girl Utena as soon as possible, and once we’re done with that we can look at all the set photos and posters from Pacific Rim. We’ll get you through this.

(via Anime News Network.)

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  • Anonymous

    That’s kind of cool to imagine that there’s a closeted nerd working as a fashion designer.

  • Carmen Sandiego

    Okay, but can I get this in a bra that I can actually purchase in their store? ‘Cause that would be awesome.

  • http://twitter.com/seriouslyyouguy you guys

    Isn’t that Justin Bieber slinking around in the background of the second image?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Eric-Bazilio/100000132443742 Eric Bazilio

    Nothing to see there, move along.

  • http://twitter.com/Wiswell John Wiswell

    Upon review, the guy in the third picture is wearing a microphone. But my initial misread was that his jaw dropped in shock at Evangelion cosplay on the runway. That made it so much funnier.

  • http://twitter.com/burntbythesea Amanda Allen Douglas

    I think he’s singing, but it looks like he’s doing the neaderthal stare-walk.

  • Aryn

    A closeted nerd that needs to learn what plagiarism is….

  • Anonymous

    i guess that is a real problem in the fashion industry. i heard an npr story about it a while back: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1434815