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Rihanna shines at runway show

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Rihanna shines at runway show

To end New York Fashion Week off with a bang, Rihanna debuted her Savage x Fenty lingerie line, which represented every woman.

The singer launched her line in May, and since then, the line has blew up. Rihanna featured women of different ethnicities and body types, which showed serious girl power. Every woman wants to feel sexy in their lingerie and this line allows all women to feel that. Supermodel Slick Woods walked the show in her last trimester of pregnancy and looked exquisite. Other models who debuted the line were sisters Bella and Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Duckie Thot.

The show presented a magical garden theme, where the models wore colorful lingerie. Some of the pieces seen were lace bralettes, high waisted underwear, bodysuits and catsuits. Models not only strutted down the runway, but dancing was incorporated in the show. The dancing bought the pieces to life which allowed the models to show their individuality in their own way. People on social media were excited that Rihanna showed inclusiveness by having models range from all sizes.

In our society, we have been taught to think that only one size matters and it’s beautiful when you see beauty in everyone. The show probably encouraged woman to step out of their comfort zone. Rihanna’s line features sizes ranging from 0-22, and bras from 32A to 44DD.

The diversity that came with this show proved the creativity Rihanna had when creating this line. Mixing up social norms when it comes to fashion is lovely to see and this is just the start. Hopefully our Queen Rihanna will bring the sexy, exotic Savage x Fenty back next year to NYFW.

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