Rihanna Celebrates Five Years of Savage x Fenty With Lingerie Photo Shoot

The Grammy-winning artist and entrepreneur also released a new line of merch to mark the occasion.
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Rihanna.


Rihanna is honoring five successful years in business as the founder of lingerie brand Savage x Fenty with a few treats for her fans. Not only did the Grammy Award-winning artist drop a collage of gorgeous maternity photos (clad in the brand’s lingerie, of course), she also honored the occasion with a new anniversary shop, featuring athleisure, lingerie and several items for men.

In the May 11 Instagram post, Rihanna rocked a black bra top and matching briefs, which she paired with black open-toe high heels. The “Diamonds" singer bared her baby bump and posed in an office setting.

“it’s giving…call HR!! #5yearsofSAVAGEX,” she quipped in her caption.

“🔥🔥🔥 I mean seriously! She’s the whole vibe,” 2022 Swim Search finalist Ashley Byrd commented.

“Who needs copies when YOU da boss 🖨️,” the official Savage X Fenty IG account joked.

“I need some lingerie for my man sis 💖,” Lizzo wrote.

“I wanna work at that office- you hiring 🤣💕,” Leomie Anderson inquired.

Get Rihanna’s look by purchasing the flocked logo bundle ($34.95 for VIP customers, regularly $117.80) in black caviar, featuring the Flocked Logo Bralette and Savage X Boxer Briefs modeled by the star above.

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