Rihanna red hot and topless for ‘naughty’ Savage x Fenty holiday ad
Rihanna nearly broke the internet on Thanksgiving holiday when she appeared on folks’ timelines topless wearing lingerie from her Savage x Fenty collection.
“We getting NAUGHTY-not-NICE this season!” the Bajan-beauty captioned the sexy campaign ad. “@savagexfenty just dropped The Ultimate Gift Guide to help you shop gifts for everybody in ya life !! Hit up SavageX.com to get 50% off everything for a limited time!”
Fans shared their reactions to RiRi’s visually arresting snapshot in the comments section.
One user wrote: “Wow you’re unreal.”
A second asked: “Can I just order you from the website instead? That would be the best Christmas present ever.”
And a third exclaimed: “The freaking definition of SEXY!!!”
By now, fans know that Rihanna’s real name is, Robyn Rihanna Fenty. She previously opened up about the name of her lingerie line to Vogue, saying: “Savage is really about taking complete ownership of how you feel and the choices you make. Basically making sure everybody knows the ball is in your court.”
She goes on to explain: “As women, we’re looked at as the needy ones, the naggy ones, the ones who are going to be heartbroken in a relationship. Savage is just the reverse. And you know, guys don’t like getting the cards flipped on them—ever.”
The Ocean’s 8 star also spoke about body confidence, noting that even she is constantly criticized for her fluctuating weight.
“I’m not built like a Victoria’s Secret girl. I still feel very beautiful and confident in my lingerie,” she says, adding, “I mean, I know when I’m having a fat day and when I’ve lost weight. I accept all of the bodies.”
The singer and designer is changing the beauty and fashion industry one step at a time. She launched her diverse Fenty Beauty makeup line last year, offering products in dozens of shades for beauty enthusiasts of every skin tone. Now Rihanna is doing the same with lingerie — as she was widely praised back in September for her Savage x Fenty presentation at New York Fashion Week, which saw models of various shapes and sizes working the runway.