Rihanna launches second FENTY collection in New York
Rihanna looked stunning as she launched the second FENTY collection at a pop-up store at The Webster, New York. The new collection features dresses, tops and shirts. One of them has a “No More Music” writing. Rihanna herself admitted she is just trolling her fans.
Check out photos from the launch and read on for media coverage.
Rihanna Knows She’s Trolling With Those “No More Music” Fenty T-Shirts
This is Rihanna. She knows what she’s doing. “It’s [hit the Internet] and it’s full-on trolls,” she said. “Please let my fans know that I’m trolling them. You have to get it because it’s a souvenir. That’s the closest you’ll get to music before the album.”
Rihanna Reveals How “Body Fluctuations” Influenced Her New Fenty Collection
Rihanna is opening up about the inspiration behind her new Fenty collection. The Grammy winner and business mogul has launched Release 6.19, available on the Fenty website right now, for a limited time only. In celebration of the launch, Rihanna stopped by Fenty’s pop-up shop at The Webster in New York City on Tuesday, where she dished to E! News’ Zanna Roberts Rassi all about the collection.
Fenty Lands Stateside With a Rihanna-Hosted Launch at The Webster
If the lights of Manhattan shone a little brighter last night—especially on Greene Street—it might have had something to do with the star power of Rihanna, who made it to the New York outpost of The Webster to celebrate the U.S. debut of her Fenty collection. The woman of the hour celebrated the release surrounded by close friends Renell Medrano, Imaan Hammam, Nisaa Pouncey, and Selah Marley, while Kitty Cash spun beats from the DJ booth upstairs. Naturally, they all wore Fenty.
Fenty’s Newest Collection Has All You Need For Your Next Vacation
Corseted mini blazers and denim dresses, spacious trousers, and puff-sleeve blouses were the highlights of Rihanna inaugural Fenty collection released in May. For her second drop, Rihanna’staking us to the islands.
Fenty’s Release 6-19 is colorful as hell compared to the soft pastels and neutrals presented in the first drop. Have a vacation approaching? Well, this collection was “intended for escape, intentionally made for ease of travel, and rendered in light textiles with bright hues and eye-catching prints,” the brand explained.
Two BAZAAR Editors Test-Drive Rihanna’s Fenty Collection
In honor of the second collection (“Release 6-19”) that dropped today, two BAZAAR.com editors gave Fenty a test-drive, wearing pieces from the line at the newly reopened early-2000s hot spot, Pastis, in New York City’s Meatpacking District.