Rihanna’s lingerie and leisurewear brand Savage x Fenty has established itself as a runway show to watch, and not just for its provocative looks. Since its debut in 2019, the annual Savage Fenty show has brought together a diverse group of music artists, models, and movie stars to showcase the designs and highlight their individual talents.
This year, the fourth annual runway show debuted on Amazon Prime Video on Wednesday (Nov. 9) and delivered standout moments from the Fenty mogul herself and the slew of invited celebrities, influencers, and more. Blending Parris Goebel-created choreography and live musical performances with killer struts and poses, Rih tapped some of music’s notable stars— Anitta, Burna Boy, Don Toliver, and Maxwell—to take the stage for the annual showcase.
Along with the Fenty models, actors Marsai Martin, Precious Lee, Rickey Thompson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Simu Liu, Taraji P. Henson, Taylour Paige, Winston Duke, Zach Miko, and more made cameos in the sexy fashion show. Controversially, Johnny Depp was also included in the 40-minute presentation, although he stands accused of domestic violence.
Despite the confusing inclusion, the Savage x Fenty Show Vol. 4 displayed a range of looks from the boldest baddies to the cozy playboys. Pieces from the newest Savage season are available to shop in the Amazon Fashion Store and at Savage X Fenty.
The items displayed on the runway showcased a range of colors and textures. Dark, rich shades of purple and pink contrasted against black and grey complementary pieces. Mesh and lace were at the forefront of the barely-there undies, full-body sleeves, and intricately designed bralettes. Bright velvet was incorporated for lush corsets, gloves, and robes.
While the designs themselves were not groundbreaking, the models continued to push the envelope. In Savage x Fenty tradition, the fashion show highlighted these trendy looks on a range of body shapes and sizes. Beyond the celebrity talent, the cast effortlessly proved the Fenty brand’s consumer does not have a standard aesthetic.
Rihanna served as executive producer and creative director of Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4. Additional executive producers include Laurence “Jay” Brown, Jennifer Rosales Davis, Michael Antinoro, David Chamberlin, and Chris Wagner. The show was directed by Alex Rudzinksi, with set design and creative by Willo Perron. The show was styled by Jahleel Weaver.
Watch a preview of the fashion show above and continue reading for the five most memorable moments from Savage x Fenty Show Vol. 4.