Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty fashion show is back — and it will be sexier than ever. On Thursday (Aug. 26), the “We Found Love” singer took to Instagram to share a sneak peek of what’s to come in the third installment of her diverse fashion show. “Oh you think you ready?! #SAVAGEXFENTYSHOW VOL. 3 droppin 9/24. Only on Amazon Prime Video,” she captioned the post. In the clip, Rihanna sported a sexy, backless sequin mini dress.
“Combining fashion, dance, music, and iconic architecture, Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 highlights the newest assortment of styles through subtle-yet-impactful scenic elements, lighting, and filming techniques,” read a press release.
The forthcoming fashion show will also feature an “all-star” cast of “models, actors, performers, and more.” However, the brand has yet to reveal who will make appearances or perform. Previous Savage X Fenty fashion shows have featured performances from Big Sean, Normani, Migos and Travis Scott. Celebrities such as Christian Combs, Paris Hilton, Lizzo, Gigi Hadid have modeled pieces from Rih’s popular lingerie line.
As REVOLT previously reported, the Anti singer’s lingerie brand, which debuted in 2018, is now worth $1 billion after seeing a 200% increase in revenue last year. Rih reportedly hired investment bankers Goldman Sachs to raise funding, which was used to branch the brand into athletic wear and strengthen the line’s presence in Europe. As part of her funding request, the Bajan beauty also sought to maintain full control of her brand.
“In two short years, Savage X Fenty has achieved remarkable success by disrupting the intimates category,” Jon Owsley, co-managing partner of L Catterton’s Growth Fund, previously said. “The brand strikes a unique balance between affordability, fashion, and comfort, stands deeply for inclusivity and diversity and has differentiated itself by building an extraordinary level of affinity and unmatched customer loyalty.”
Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 will stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video beginning Sept. 24. Check out Rih’s video below.
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