With every passing Savage X Fenty Showthe Rihanna-helmed brand pushes us closer to a fashion industry where curvy and straight size models enjoy equal representation, trans models are just the norm, and models with disabilities are no longer a major afterthought. In fact, diversity is so obviously natural and intuitive to the brand that when watching the Volume 3 runway show, which premiers Mental (Vinyl) Sept. But in reality, the level of inclusivity the lingerie brand displays remains an outlier.
On the Savage X Fenty runway, all models are simply models, a mirror of the brand's customer base, and this time, they're bearing vinyl and a delightful heap of shimmer. We're talking about Rihanna here, so of course the experience "experience," because at this point, Savage X Fenty shows transcend runway came with a star studded roster featuring performances and appearances from NormaniGigi HadidJoan SmallsJazmine SullivanEmily Ratajkowski and more.
There were a few traditional-leaning runway moments throughout the nearly 40 minute presentation, but, in building on the incorporation of dance from previous Savage X Fenty shows, models showcase the new collection predominantly through an impressive and infectious display of choreography. For the most part, the show depicts a lingerie-filled journey to the top floor of what can only be assumed to be a pretty exclusive tower, each section of the show separated by a different celebrity modeling a Savage X Fenty look in an elevator, Mental (Vinyl) each floor brings on a cultivated vibe of its own.
The show opened with a performance from Jade Novahdancers popping and locking their way up a winding set of stairs, and it's our first taste of a heavy and welcomed dose of vinyl to come from the new lingerie collection. If we're talking full-on strutting, the opening spot goes to Cindy Crawford a bit of a shocker, but also, can you blame Rihanna for being a fan? The '90s supermodel donned a teal blue satin maxi dress imagine prancing down your at-home stairs in thatan O-ring in its neckline playing off the details found in the dancers' lingerie sets.
If enlisting one of the Big Five as the runway opener was any indication, it was obvious we were in for a show. The dolls weren't interested in raising a family or having careers.
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Respect for a person's mental health was still years away from the public's consciousness in the s. So, whenever a troubled Hollywood A-lister sought treatment for issues related to weight loss, addiction or anxiety, it became headline news ripe for scrutiny and gossip.
These were very different times. Rehab became a common punchline, and tabloids flew off the shelves whenever a celeb looked too skinny or exhausted. It wasn't until the world learned of Amy Winehouse and her smash hit "Rehab" that people thought about the repercussions of putting pressure on public figures struggling with inner demons.
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Much like the bracelets, Armstrong fell quickly out of style. InRadiohead released Kid Aa haunting, experimental foray into electronic rock. It represented a shift for music to embrace digital technology and produce something scary. Lyrics like "Ice age coming! Ice age coming!
Throw it in the fire This is really happening," played in shopping malls and nightclubs, embodying a new chapter in music that was alarming and challenging.
Following in Radiohead's footsteps, Bjork stepped outside the box even further, diving into the pool of ethereal vocal soundscapes. The work of Ed Hardy and Christian Audigier couldn't be ignored Mental the s.
No matter how hard you tried to avoid them, they were simply everywhere. No spray tanned nightclub attendee was complete without rocking one of their bedazzled, signature T-shirts.
Men were just adapting to popping up their collared shirts to look hip when these designers showed up. The shirts and T-shirt dresses for women were pricey, but they were a status symbol to many a Midwestern mall rat. Could these dazzling duds make a comeback of their own?
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