Victoria's Secret pulls plug on 'offensive' look

Model Karlie Kloss walks the runway during the

Model Karlie Kloss walks the runway during the 2012 VS Fashion Show Nov. 7, 2012/Getty (Credit: Model Karlie Kloss walks the runway during the 2012 VS Fashion Show, Nov. 7, 2012/Getty)

Victoria's Secret is attempting to make amends.

Following outrage over a Native American-inspired outfit that VS sent down the runway during its annual fashion show last week, the lingerie giant is pulling the look from its CBS broadcast of the show on Dec. 4.

The controversial look, modeled by catwalk veteran Karlie Kloss, featured a floor-length, feathered headdress and loads of turquoise jewelry atop a skimpy leopard underwear set.

"We are sorry that the Native American headdress in our fashion show has upset individuals," VS tweeted. "The outfit will be removed from the broadcast."

Kloss also apologized, via Twitter, saying she is sorry if the ensemble "offended" anyone.

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