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Rihanna fans rejoice over Fenty’s curvy mannequins

Say goodbye to the rail-thin clothing dummies of the past.

Following in the footsteps of brands like Nike, Rihanna‘s luxury fashion line Fenty debuted with size-inclusive mannequins at its NYC pop-up at The Webster this week.

At the pop-up, which will last from now until June 30, cropped knits and slinky silk dresses were displayed on mannequins in a variety of shapes and sizes. Amongst the traditional, standard-size models were those with more curves, and fans were quick to take notice when the brand shared images online.


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“That mannequin has a body like mine ♥️,” wrote one Twitter user; added another, “i….think i look like a fenty mannequin??? dysmorphia has left the chat.”

Many more chimed in to commend the brand on its realistic representation of women’s bodies. As one tweeted, “the fact that i’m seeing a mannequin that actually looks like me is amazing. i always thought my body was wrong growing up bc i never saw an example that looked like me. thank you, Fenty. thank you, Rihanna.”

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Rihanna is known for championing diversity in all of her different business ventures. Her Fenty Beauty brand launched in 2017 with a whopping 40 shades of foundation; the beauty line is now so popular that it’s made the “Umbrella” singer the world’s richest female musician.

Likewise, her lingerie line Savage x Fenty offers extended sizing that most major underwear brands don’t seem to offer, catering up to a bra size of 46DDD and a panty size of 3X.

Now, with her Fenty clothing line following suit — sizing ranges from XS to XXXL — Rihanna is taking her inclusive approach into the world of luxury fashion. Sounds like a hit to us.