Rihanna is a woman of force. And that was said by President Barack Obama. She is a singer, a businesswoman, a fashion designer, an actress, and also a philanthropist. She launched her own line of cosmetics, Fenty Beauty in 2017, which is known for its inclusion of all skin tones around the world and also gender. The foundation had a diverse and varied number of 40 shades to fit each and every one. Fenty Beauty was named one of the best innovations of 2017 by Time Magazine.
Last week, her Savage X Fenty show was held at Brooklyn. Rihanna opened the September 10 show dressed in a stunning lace bodysuit, a black bra top, and a black velvet mini skirt. Savage X Fenty is a new lingerie brand launched by Rihanna. It was streamed on Amazon Prime video a day back. The event included a diverse range of models of all color, size, and ethnicities. “Women just need a little bit of validation,” Rihanna explained to The Associated Press ahead of her Savage X Fenty fashion show last week. “You are beautiful. Your body’s beautiful. Your body’s sexy and you deserve to feel that way,” she added.
Rihanna has been known to be a champion for body positivity and inclusivity for women of all shapes, color, and sizes. The inclusion she offers in her cosmetics line, as well as her lingerie line, is rarely ever done. She made sure it reflected in the Savage X Fenty show. Raisa Flowers, a makeup artist opened the show. She is from Mount Vernon, New York. She wore a black bodysuit, her iconic purple curls were shining, and she had silver tears running down her cheeks.
The experience for most of the models involved was really emotional. Raisa Flowers said both her parents are from the Caribbean and her mother is from Barbados, which is Rihanna’s hometown. It was a personal endeavor for Raisa Flowers to walk the ramp for Savage X Fenty.