A source close to the case is AFP confirming the departure of Jan Singer, mentioned by numerous US media, without giving reasons. The Executive Director was in office as of September 2016.
Invited, L Brands, the parent company Victoria's Secret did not comment.
The resignation came only a few days after polemics in an interview with Victoria's Secret Marketing Director Victoria Ed Razek on the Vogue website.
In this interview, the director categorically rejected the possibility of including the famous branding parade, which last edition was held on Thursday in New York, models of transgenders or women.
By the way, Ed Razek was taxed by singer Rihanna because she was in a politically correct case with her underwear collection Savage X Fenty, the parade of which included round designs.
These statements triggered a wave of criticism on social networks, until the marketing director publicly announced an apology and ensured that Victoria's Secret would not object to the recruitment of trans manquin.
In addition to the controversy, the departure of general manager Jan Singer is part of a heavy branding environment that has suffered in recent years, a slowdown in sales, which is 8 percent less than in 2017.
In the first half of 2018, L Brand, the parent company of Victoria 's Secret, managed to stabilize the revenue of its brand of laundry, thanks to the opening of several stores in China and the development of online sales.
Some critics believe that the house has failed to develop its own models to adapt to new market trends.