Many of Rihanna’s famous friends took part in her third Savage X Fenty show which premiered in Los Angeles on Amazon Prime on Friday.
Former model Cindy Crawford, 55, opened the show in a jewel-toned gown with a keyhole front and a thigh slit. She walked down a spiral staircase while Jade Novah sang.
Model Emily Ratajkowski also appeared in the lingerie fashion show. She donned a purple lace bra and a matching thong. Ratajkowski, 30, welcomed his son Sylvester in March.
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Elsewhere in the series, singer Normani, actress Vanessa Hudgens, singer Troye Sivan, and model and new mom Gigi Hadid have all made runway appearances.
Hudgens, 32, wore a sultry white lingerie set that showed off her sculpted abs while Hadid, 26, wore a sparkling bikini bottom and matching dress.
Hadid welcomed her daughter, Khai, in September 2020, along with singer boyfriend Zayn Malik.
This is Rihanna’s first fashion show since Forbes confirmed in August that she had reached billionaire status, a net worth of $ 1.7 billion to be exact.
Forbes noted that around $ 1.4 billion of Rihanna’s wealth came from her. cosmetics line. The outlet reports that it owns 50% of the business while it also owns a stake in its lingerie company, Savage X Fenty, which is estimated to be worth $ 270 million. The performer’s music and acting credits make up the rest of his fortune.
The performer and businesswoman, who also runs her FENTY Beauty line, said Rachel Lindsay from Extra a lot of pressure comes with his new billionaire title.
“It’s scary,” Rihanna admitted. “I think about it all the time. I make a point of thinking about it, because I… I’m scared when, you know, the pedestal kicks in and we’ll put you up there and they keep wanting you. put it up there… I’m like ‘No, I want to be on the ground.’ I want to feel my feet on the ground because I know it won’t be a fall at all, is it? … I don’t want to be that icon … I want to remember who I am. “
Lindsay explained to Rihanna just how inspiring being a black woman with a net worth of over $ 1 billion is to many other people of color.
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“I think that’s what’s worth it,” Rihanna said. “That’s what I want. That’s what I worked for. I want to be able to share my inspiration, I want to be able to be an inspiration, and I want to be inspired even by my fans, the people who look up to me. , I admire them, and it’s a mutual respect that I have because I wouldn’t be here without them.