Rihanna Launching Lingerie Line?

  • Contributed by Tayler Adigun

Rihanna has already made quite the name for herself in the fashion and beauty industry with her well received FENTY x Puma Line and Fenty Beauty Collection.

Her next venture however is a little more intimate. Rihanna will be coming to collect our coins, yet again as she is rumored to be dropping a lingerie line with TechStyle Fashion Group, the parent company of Fabletics. There is no exact launch date as of now but it will definitely be a win-win situation because it seems like everything Rihanna co-signs turns to gold.

Puma reported a net income increase of 92% after they appointed Rihanna as the creative director of their women’s collection in late 2014.

Her Fenty Beauty Line also did extremely well making $72M in earned media value. The beauty line is sold exclusively at Sephora and online at Sephora.com and gained major media attention for its extremely inclusive shade range. The foundation comes in over 40 shades ensuring everyone has a shade that will match them, something that a lot of other brands seem to struggle with.

Rihanna isn’t just all “glitz’n glam” though. In February of 2017 Rihanna traveled to Harvard University where she was accepted their Humanitarian of the Year Award. At the age of 18, Rihanna founded the Believe Foundation that is centered around helping critically ill children and 6 years later she founded the Clara Lionel Foundation after her grandparents.

This past August Rihanna announced a five-year partnership called “1KM Action” that will donate bikes to scholarship recipients in Malawi. Many students in Malawi drop out of school because they have no way to travel the long distances to their schools.

Rihanna already has a notch on her belt for more titles than one person may see in a lifetime. From philanthropist to actress and designer and of course musician, it is clear that Rihanna is going to leave her mark on this world. Her fire and passion surely leaves everyone wondering “is there anything she can’t do?”

As of right now, the answer is NO.

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