This year’s Savage X Fenty show was even bigger and badder than the first one, bringing together some of the hottest and most talented models and entertainers from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality. Every single one of them brought their sexiest looks and smoothest moves.
The show included performances by Rosalía, Roddy Ricch, and Bad Bunny, and featured celebrity cameos from stars like Demi Moore, Lizzo, Normani, Willow Smith, Christian Combs, Big Sean Paris Hilton, and even Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills legend Erika Jayne.
Pansexual model and actress Cara Delevigne looked stunning and strong in an all black outfit and facepaint. Pose star, nonbinary actor Indya Moore brought their own all-black lingerie look, as well as some great dance moves during a segment featuring models dancing to N.E.R.D.’s “She Wants to Move.”
The girls really came to slay, as Shea Coulée, Gigi Goode, and Jaida Essence Hall sashayed across the stage looking ready to kill a man. Coulée reminded us ALL why she won season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, with a face and body ready to raise the dead and rule the world. RPDR season 12 runner up Goode stunned in a barely there outfit, and also talked about sexuality including being a virgin. Season 12’s winner Hall wore a tight all black bodysuit and showed all the girls how to walk a runway like the winner she is.
Still, Rihanna brought in more queer talent. Rapper Chika, queer makeup artist and model Raisa Flowers, queer model Jazzelle Zanaughtti, and trans model Memphis Murphy also all took the stage and stunned us with their moves and style.
For Rihanna inclusivity was a no brainer. “The only thing I could think about was including everyone,” she says in the special. The Savage X Fenty show featured models of all sizes, genders, sexualities, ethnicities and body types. There are fat models, disabled models, older models, and EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM absolutely slays.
Savage X Fenty continues to revolutionize the lingerie game in just their second official show. I can’t wait to see what they bring next year. You can watch the hour long fashion special streaming on Amazon Prime right now.