Savage x Fenty releases its Pride collection featuring rainbow rhinestones and mesh underwear
Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty has released its instantly iconic Pride collection.
The lingerie brand has dropped four different ranges to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and every body.
This year’s collection from the inclusive brand features jock straps, playsuits, mesh and crystal body stickers.
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First up is the ‘Carnival Mesh’ collection, featuring sheer black underwear, mesh tank tops, a smoking jacket and playsuits with rainbow rhinestone detailing.
The Savage x Fenty logo is embellished across the pieces in the rhinestones, while the range also includes colourful crystal nipple pasties.
The second collection for Pride is the ‘Show Your Colours’ collection, which features fishnet items and white crop tops embellished with “S x F” in rainbow rhinestones.
The brand is also bringing back two of its bestselling lines, with Forever Savage, which has a sporty look, with plenty of bright, bold colours.
This is alongside Tagged by Savage, which features underwear pieces with a mulitcoloured print including a catsuit, trunks, a garter belt, bra and thong.
As always the Savage x Fenty Pride range is size-inclusive, with most of the products available from XS to 3X, while the bras are available in sizes 32 to 46 and cup sizes A through H (up to 46DDD/42H).
Fellow pop icon, Christina Aguilera recently repped Savage x Fenty during her set at LA Pride earlier this month.
The singer changed outfits throughout her performance to wear all the colours of the rainbow, including yellow lingerie pieces by Savage x Fenty.
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The brand is supporting GLAAD this Pride Month, an organisation which works with media and entertainment companies to share stories from the LGBTQ+ community that accelerate acceptance.
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