I swear anything Rihanna touches turns into gold & adds a level of sophistication that can not be duplicated. Savage x Fenty, Rihanna’s new lingerie line will do just that! The multi platinum selling recording artist is already riding the waves from her successful make up line, Fenty, which debuted in September 2017. The singer announced that the line will be offering women sizes from extra small to 3x. A video ad featuring plus size model, Audrey Ritchie, in the campaign wearing a pale pink bra and underwear set. In the video Ritchie makes references to her “really giant” chest. Peep the video below…
In the video, Ritchie, states “They were double D’s by the time I was in the eighth grade” in reference to growing confident in her own skin.
“I think I feel most sexy in the morning: rolls, stretch marks, cellulite,” she said. “Whichever gender you choose to have sex with, you should be proud and find yourself sexually.”
This new line will be debuting officially on May 11, 2018, and will feature bra sizes ranging from 32A to a 44DD, while underwear sizes come in extra small to 3X. Rihanna will definitely win with this venture for the average woman is a size 16 to 18, which means that its a demand for clothing to fit those sizes. The plus-size women’s clothing industry is valued at $17 billion according to the NDP Group.
Per the comments fans of made regarding the lingerie line, I think Rihanna will have no problem with sales after it debuts. Like her cosmetic line, Fenty, Rihanna is making sure that her products cater to EVERYONE & motivating women to love the skin they are in. WE LOVE YOU RI RI!!!
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with many gifted trans women over the years,” she wrote, “but I don’t go around doing trans castings! Just like I don’t do straight non trans women castings. I respect all women. Whether they’re trans or not is none of my business.”
She also criticized fashion and beauty brands for exploiting trans people in their campaigns. “I don’t think it’s fair that a trans woman, or man, be used as a convenient marketing tool,” she wrote. “Too often I see companies doing this to trans and black women alike. There’s always just that one spot in the campaign for the token ‘we look mad diverse’ girl/guy! It’s sad!”
It’s hard to believe, but Jamie Foxx hasn’t met Jay-Z — and in fact, the Oscar winner doesn’t want to.
Foxx, 49, told People magazine that he’s “a little in awe of Jay-Z.”
And although the two shared a table at Rihanna’s Diamond Ball, which was held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York earlier this week, the two celebrities didn’t exchange pleasantries.
“I like to keep that mystique of him. I don’t ever want to be too close,” the actor and comedian explained. “I keep Jay-Z on a certain level.”
Foxx said his image of the rapper is also close to his heart because he bonded with his father, Darrell Bishop, while watching Beyonce’s husband perform. The comedian has spoken openly about his estranged relationships with his parents, having been adopted and raised by his grandparents.
“I took my father to see Jay-Z, not too long after 9/11… this was our first moment of bonding, and I was like, ‘I’m gonna take you see somebody, pops.’ And we watched that guy, and we had a great moment,” he recalled.