Rihanna Using Curvy Mannequins For Fenty: Full Story & Details

Rihanna is making a remarkable difference in the fashion world. Ever since she released her very first clothing and makeup brand, Rihanna has gone out of her way to ensure women of all colors and sizes are included. Her fans praised her because she created all curvy and diverse mannequins that are sporting her Fenty attire.

Keep in mind; this isn’t the first time people have applauded her for celebrating diversity. In 2017, Rihanna released Fenty Beauty; she offered up to 40 different foundation colors, which appealed to many women of color who have had trouble matching their shade with limited options within other beauty brands in the past. Additionally, she included a plus-size collection in her Savage x Fenty lingerie line and had a diverse roster of models, including two pregnant women, walk in the runway show last fall.

Last Tuesday, Rihanna opened her first Fenty clothing pop-up at The Webster in N.Y.C.’s SoHo district with curvy mannequins modeling her designs featured throughout the shop. Many fans said they loved seeing mannequins that reflected their actual body shape and applauded her for representing all different types of women.


The Vision

Rihanna’s goal was to include all different types of women. Her team told Harper’s Bazaar that, “Rihanna’s vision for FENTY is to celebrate femininity in all its form.” She wants to use mannequins that represent how diverse women are.

The team also added that “This Release 6-19 explores another facet of a woman’s wardrobe, one that honors all colors, shapes, curves, and styles. We wanted to illustrate the Maison’s inclusive side by showing a size-range of mannequins which represent this reality.”

She reported to E! that, “Of course we have our fit models, which is the standard size from factories, but then I want to see it on my body. I want to see it on a curvy girl with thighs and a little bit of booty and hips — and now I have boobs that I never had before!”

She added, “All of these things I take into consideration because I want women to feel confident in my stuff.”

Now, Fenty has joined LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, which is the world’s largest luxury group and the house behind brands like Givenchy and Dior, making Rihanna the first woman to create an original brand, and the first woman of color at the top of an LVMH Maison. Way to go Rhi-Rhi!!


Reactions from her Fans

Rihanna did an excellent job of showcasing the diversity of women. Some mannequins had more toned and thinner features, while some had thicker thighs. The singer’s strides overjoyed her fans on Twitter for inclusivity in her brand.

She previously reported to The Cut that her own “fluctuating body type” is a vital aspect she thought about during the design process.

Needless to say, fans are going crazy. People appreciate how Rihanna is celebrating many different types of women and how she recognizes how diverse a woman’s body can be.

Fans could not be more proud of Rihanna’s representation of a woman’s body. Be sure to check out Rihanna’s pop-up shop currently in N.Y.C. to see what Fenty items you want to add to your wardrobe!

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