Kylie Bisutti, the woman who won a Victoria’s Secret amateur modeling contest back in 2009 and has since been making a career out of being a super-Christian “reformed lingerie model,” has done what any good memoirist or Kardashian would do and launched a clothing line. But normal clothing lines don’t fit into her “conventionally sexy woman saved by Jesus” brand, so Kylie Bisutti is selling clothes “inspired by God.”
Bisutti’s book was called I’m No Angel: From Victoria’s Secret Model to Role Model, because her narrative hinges on the premise that regular fashion models can’t be role models because they’re sometimes seen in their underwear. She also says Victoria’s Secret causes men to become addicted to porn. But as angry as Victoria’s Secret was about the allegations in her book, the company would probably agree with her choice of title, because the company maintains that Bisutti was never a Victoria’s Secret Angel at all, just an amateur model contest winner who got to walk in their fashion show once and has since been overstating her role with the company to sell books, and now clothing.
Bisutti’s new line is called God Inspired Fashion, which is a pretty uninspired name for a clothing line, but at least the domain name was available.
“God inspired fashion is all about spreading God’s word everywhere and making it easier for Christians to share their faith and God’s love. And that’s really what the world needs right now,” Bisutti says on the line’s website.
When we first saw the phrase “God-inspired fashion,” we imagined something sort of modest or demure, but the clothes actually bear a striking resemblance to the standard ready-to-wear from Victoria’s secret. The women’s selection is brightly colored, with many varieties of neon skinny jeans and stringy tank tops with bible verses written on them in a bubbly font that The Telegraph points out looks kind of like Comic Sans.
Via The Telegraph/Photo: Facebook/GodInspiredFashions