Spice Up Your Valentine's Date With Rihanna's Savage x Fenty Collection For Men

Who said lingerie was just for women?

Rihanna’s $1 billion lingerie brand Savage x Fenty has just dropped a thirsty new line for men, once again going against all masculine conventions.

Rihanna’s fashion brands have made a name for themselves for essentially giving the fashion industry a manicured middle finger. Her makeup brand Fenty Beauty went viral for selling the most diverse set of makeup colors for different shades of black and brown. Savage x Fenty then made headlines for featuring models of all shapes and colors for its first New York Fashion Week. And it’s continuing its disruptive streak by giving men a chance to go against heteronormative standards with a collection that combines comfort with sensuality. 

Rihanna’s male lingerie line features everything from luxurious satin boxers to cozy terry pants and smoking jackets. And for the men who are more adventurous, the collection includes kinky jock straps and mesh tops. (Unfortunately, the matching mesh briefs are sold out. Naturally.)

Savage X Satin Boxers. PHP 1,512.

Photo by Savage x Fenty.

Savage X Smoking Jacket. PHP 5,453.

Photo by Savage x Fenty.

In a market dominated by plain old boxers and briefs or overtly-kinky fetishwear, Savage x Fenty is out here playing by their own rules and setting their own standards for edgy, provocative men’s lingerie. 

And in true Savage x Fenty fashion, the line caters to men of all colors and sizes and not all models are beholden of spray-painted, eight-pack abs. Dad bods are getting some love, and only Colored male models got the spotlight. 

Who said lingerie was just for women? Riri has only one thing to say about it: “The fellas need luh too.” Case closed. 


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