Rihanna's New Fenty Line Is Finally Here -- See the Fashion-Forward Pieces!
By Amy Lee
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The pop star turned designer's inaugural drop, called Release 5-19, for her luxury fashion brand is as cool and fashion-forward as RiRi herself.
Menswear-inspired tailoring is a major theme in the range, but not without ultra-feminine elements such as corset and bustier silhouettes that accentuate curves. Sleek, high-quality Japanese denim pieces that span from mini skirts to oversized jackets are also highlights.
The denim corset dress especially caught Rihanna's attention. She told Vogue she wanted to try on the piece herself "from the moment we came up with the idea."
"But to see it, it was obviously in sample size and I ain't no sample size no more, girl," she continued. "But I couldn't wait to get it and I had them make it for me in my size just so I could see what it looks like on my body, my curves, my hips, my thighs and I loved it."
Rihanna has always prioritized inclusivity in everything she creates. (In addition to Fenty Maison, she heads her lingerie brand, Savage x Fenty, and makeup line, Fenty Beauty.) Fenty Maison features a diverse group of models in its campaigns and sizing ranges from US 2 to 14.
"It's great to have that cultural balance with your boss, you know," Fenty style director Jahleel Weaver told the mag. "Just someone that really understands what you're saying. And you know I think she's done a really good job of really having a beautiful team of diversity among her staff. It's something new. It's fresh and it's opening doors for so many people, like myself. And saying that you can be anywhere and be a part of this and be a part of this world. And to feel like you're also represented in a space that maybe you didn't feel that way before."
The see-now-buy-now collection also delves into accessories with a plethora of statement shield shades, strappy heels with extra-sharp pointed-toe soles in an array of colors (neon green!) and edgy, glamorous ear cuffs, earrings and bracelets.
Since it is a luxury line, the items can cost up to $1360 (the cap is the most affordable at $180), but if you're a die-hard RiRi fan or want to invest in the cool-girl pieces, they'll become your wardrobe treasures.
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