Online Petition Asks Victoria’s Secret to Find Right Fit for Survivors

A breast cancer survivor and her daughter have used the internet to draw attention to an important issue and potentially create a new category of lingerie. Debbie Barrett and Allana Maiden hand-delivered more than 118,000 petition signatures to Victoria’s Secret’s New York office on Thursday, asking the lingerie giant to make a line of “survivor” mastectomy bras to help breast cancer survivors feel beautiful again. After delivering the signatures, Maiden and her mother Debbie Barrett met with Tammy Roberts Myers, vice president of external communications for Limited Brands, Victoria’s Secret’s parent company, to share their ideas for a “survivor bra.”

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