Who said that motherhood is incompatible with a sense of beauty? Rihanna she makes it quite clear that “it’s still possible to be sexy while raising kids”. For this reason, the singer has used her enormous social influence and close connection to the fashion world through her Savage x Fenty line to launch a lingerie collection designed by and for mothers. “The new pregnancy capsule collection is designed to give moms confidence and comfort at every stage of their lives,” explains Rihanna.
New collection of nursing bras from Rihanna.
Designed by Rihanna herself, this clothing capsule includes three different bras: Savage X Cotton Maternity Bra, Floral Lace Maternity Bra and Savage Not Sorry Maternity Bra. They are all available in sizes XXS to 4X and prices range from $35 to $60. The set also includes a large ‘Make More Babies’ T-shirt.
Design inspired by some gods the brand’s best-selling lingerie modelsthat go with the idea of dressing new moms or pregnant women. For this reason, all models have an adjustable closure at the back, a shoulder strap with a row of buttons to facilitate feeding and adjustable straps at the front of the bra.
With this collection, Rihanna proved that her body of a pregnant woman this is a source of pride, not an obstacle to continuing to be a style icon.
Mom for the second time
This week, the artist became a mother for the second time. She gave birth to her second child with her partner A$AP Rocky.and, according to American media, is resting at his villa in Los Angeles to recover from the birth of a child, whose name has not yet been disclosed.
Rihanna has announced that she is pregnant with her second child. He did this by climbing onto a platform several meters high during his speech. Super Bowl halftime show last February.
From now on, her entire pregnancy was highly publicized in the media. From the Oscars to the latest Fenty lingerie campaign, the actress showed off her belly in every public appearance.
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