On Wednesday, Rihanna transformed the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a sultry green house for her racy Savage x Fenty NYFW finale. Livestreamed on her YouTube channel, RiRi celebrated the female form with a diverse cast of models wearing every iteration of thongs, bras, sheer bodysuits and skimpy teddies.
“I wanted every woman on the stage with different energies, different races, body types, different stages in their womanhood, culture.”
From a topless, pregnant Slick Woods to Victoria’s Secret bombshells Joan Smalls and Gigi Hadid, models weaved throughout a garden of Eden-inspired set with trees, a waterfall and hills. And paradise it surely was. Dancers of various ethnicities and sizes writhed, crawled and sauntered in a mind-blowing performance piece that closed out the night.
“I wanted to include every woman. I wanted every woman on the stage with different energies, different races, body types, different stages in their womanhood, culture,” Rihanna told Elle. Check out the sexiest moments of the night below and watch the complete show above.
1. SLICK WOODS WAS THE ULTIMATE MILF
The 22-year-old was one of the night’s two pregnant models. The gap-toothed stunner reportedly went into labor after strutting the runway in pasties and a bare baby bump.
2. DURAGS NEVER LOOKED HOTTER
Models including Joan Smalls and Gigi Hadid rocked floor-length sheer headpieces that made a dramatic statement.
3. THE DANCERS KILLED IT
Stunners writhed, crawled and sauntered in a mind-blowing performance piece that closed out the night.
4. THE BODY TYPES WERE DIVERSE
From sizes 0 to 3x, the beauty of the female form was represented by models of various ethnicities.
5. RIHANNA SAUNTERED LIKE TRUE A BOSS
The bad gal took a final bow surrounded by her Savage crew in a sheer dress that flaunted her curves.
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