Rihanna to launch Savage X Fenty lingerie line with cup sizes up to 44DD

The star has been praised for including larger sizes in the range

Sabrina Barr
Tuesday 24 April 2018 19:06
Fenty x Savage: Rihanna's new underwear range

Rihanna has announced the launch of a brand new lingerie line called Savage X Fenty, following the immense success of her Fenty Beauty make-up collection.

The global superstar recently posted a cryptic photo on social media, which hinted that an exciting announcement of some sort was shortly to be made.

She then followed this up with a five-second video showing glimpses of herself modelling a white bra, before officially introducing Savage X Fenty lingerie to the world a few days ago.

People excited to get their hands on pieces from the collection can currently sign up on the waiting list to find out more information in due course.

Fans who sign up on the waiting list are asked to enter a number of details, including their bra and underwear sizes.

The bra sizes go from 32A to 44DD, while the underwear sizes range from XS to 3X.

Rihanna has been praised for making the collection inclusive for women of all sizes.

“Just signed up for Savage. She had my lil size listed. Rihanna, I feel seen,” one person wrote on Twitter.

“I appreciate Rihanna being here for all people! Most of the time celebs don’t think of plus size when they create something but Rihanna making lingerie that fits all!!” another fan commented.

While Savage X Fenty will evidently delight consumers from around the world with its powerful message of diversity, some people have pointed out that the collection could have been made to be more inclusive.

The cup sizes currently only appear to go up to DD, which has disappointed some fans.

“Rihanna’s lingerie doesn’t go above a cup size DD ffs,” someone remarked.

“Oh well I’m too poor to buy anyway, at least she’s got some plus sizes there,” they continued.

Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty make-up collection, which was launched in September 2017, has been lauded for being accessible to different skin tones and genders.

The company was named one of Time magazine’s best inventions of 2017.

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