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Of Course, Rihanna's FEИTY Luxury Brand Is BOMB AF! Soak In Her Historic Collection & Find Out Why We Love Her Even More

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Rihanna's FENTY luxury brand has been unveiled and it's everything. Take a peek at her pieces, plus find out why we're stanning out for the generous queen even more inside....

That Rihanna reign DEF isn't letting up anytime soon.

The fashion icon has blessed the masses with Fenty Beauty, serving up a killer spectrum of foundation shades, and size-inclusive Savage X Fenty lingerie line. Now, she's expanding her fashion empire even more.

THe 31-year-old entertainer just launched her first luxury fashion brand with LVMH simply called FEИTY. The "Work" singer is the first black woman at the helm of a LVMH Maison and the first woman to launch an original brand at the conglomerate. It's also the first fashion brand industry titan Bernard Arnault has launched from scratch since Christian Lacroix in 1987 - before Rihanna was even born. Yasssss!

RiRi created a range of ready-to-wear apparel, accessories, sunglasses and jewelry in collaboration with LVMH. And every piece oozes Rih's edgy style. In fact, she has been rocking her pieces lately.

She unveiled the highly-anticipated luxury line during an intimate preview in Paris, rocking a white blazer dress and nude strappy heels (above) from her first collection, dubbed "Release 5-19."

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In an interview with VOGUE Paris, the fashion mogul revealed the inspiration behind all of the looks and how it all came about.

The Grammy Award winner said the project came about with LVMH reaching out to her to wanting to collaborate on a brand from scratch. She said it was huge deal and could not say no to collaborating with the luxury brand. She said they spent a lot of time creating what they call the DNA of the brand and, as expected, she's the muse. She said she wanted to create a collection for women to feel that they can do anything and wear anything that they want as long as they feel good in it.

She also revealed three words that describe her style, her ultimate style advice, and showed off pieces from her new collection.

Check it:


Here's another peek at the luxury collection:

At another event...

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Rih snapped it up with fans during another FEИTY exclusive preview in Paris.

She also hosted another event in Paris today:





The new Rihanna FEИTY collection is set to go on sale in stores and online May 29th. Gather your coins!

Speaking of coins...

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As Rihanna's superstar power continues to grow (along with her bank account), the Bajan beauty recently opened up about how more money isn't necessarily meaning more problems for, but rather, solving problems for others. In an interview with T: The New York Times Style Magazine, she said :

“I never thought I’d make this much money, so a number is not going to stop me from working. The money means that I can take care of my family. The money means that I can facilitate the businesses that I want to.”

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Not only that, she's all about creating jobs for others:

"I can create jobs for other people. My money is not for me; it’s always the thought that I can help someone else,” the Clara Lionel Foundation founder said.

“The world can really make you believe that the wrong things are priority, and it makes you really miss the core of life, what it means to be alive,” she continued. “It could literally be walking outside in the sun. That makes me happy.”


We stan a generous Queen!


The Bajan BOSS also talked about race and how she always wanted to be darker growing up:

“Growing up, I wanted to be darker, always,” Rihanna shared. “So, making makeup, it wasn’t even a thing I had to think about. I didn’t even really know how bad it was, the void in the market for dark foundation, because all I’d seen was black women put makeup on.”

Then, she revealed how unapologetically black she is and how much she loves it.

“You’re going to be black wherever you go. And I don’t know if it’s unfortunate or fortunate because I love being black.”

“I don’t know if it makes people uncomfortable or not, but that’s not even my business,” she said. “I do know that the reason I’m here is not because I’m black. It’s because of what I have to offer. That’s what they’re invested in.”

Spit those gems, Rih!


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