BEAUTY | Rihanna Confirmed Fenty Skincare Is Coming

When Rihanna launched Fenty Beauty in 2017, she single – handedly set a benchmark for inclusivity and shade diversity in colour cosmetics, offering no less than 40 shades of her now-famous longwear foundation. The multi-award winning singer revolutionized the beauty landscape and since then, Fenty followers globally have been patiently waiting for the brand to extend its offering skincare.

While the make-up powerhouse has made steps into skincare with its widely popular Filt’r Instant Retouch Primer, a lip scrub stick and a make-up refreshing spray, a complete skincare line was on the horizon for Fenty Beauty when Rihanna trade marked ‘Fenty Skin’ last year, with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The registration reportedly covered ‘medicated and non – medicated skincare, soap, body care and personal care products (excluding colour cosmetics, perfume and other fragrance – only products), and related accessories such as kits, tools and applicators’.

Rihanna herself has now confirmed that a skincare line is imminent. Speaking to British Vogue for the cover of its May 2020 issue, shot by Steven Klein and styled by British Vogue editor – in – chief Edward Enninful, the mogul said she’s looking to uphold the high standards she applies to all of her creative projects. ‘Skincare, it’s the truth. It either works or it doesn’t. there’s nowhere to hide’, she told the publication, adding that such is her attention to detail that she even pens the product description and website copy for Fenty Beauty. ‘I refuse to release anything that is not up to par with my quality level.


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Meghan Markle Speaks Out About Abortion Rights In A Post – Roe America

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Louis Vuitton Brings Florida Marching Band To The Louvre For Paris Fashion Week

PARIS, France – Louis Vuitton cranked up the volume at Paris Fashion Week Thursday, spiriting Florida’s famous Marching 100 band into the heart of the Louvre to kick off a show for its latest lineup of colorful menswear styles – in honor of the label’s popular late designer Virgil Abloh. ‘Virgil, long live Virgil’, rapper … Continue reading Louis Vuitton Brings Florida Marching Band To The Louvre For Paris Fashion Week

Take A First Look At Kate Middleton And Prince William’s First Official Portrait Painting

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‘Venice And The Arts Of Islam’ Exhibition In Sharjah Offers Enthralling Closing

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Dior Show In Spain Glitters With Flamenco Notes, Couture Collaborations

PARIS, France – A live show by Christian Dior in the Spanish city of Seville on Thursday included a colourful celebration of flamenco. The event is one of several that mark the return of luxury labels to the catwalk after a period of dormancy during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event in the city’s historic Plaza … Continue reading Dior Show In Spain Glitters With Flamenco Notes, Couture Collaborations

Louvre Abu Dhabi Announces Second Edition Of Richard Mille Art Prize

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – Louvre Abu Dhabi announced on Friday the second edition of Richard Mille Art Prize, aimed at attracting artists living and working in the Gulf region. In celebration of its fifth anniversary, the competition will allow creatives working in various fields to showcase their work at the museum’s Forum, a … Continue reading Louvre Abu Dhabi Announces Second Edition Of Richard Mille Art Prize

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