Here’s What Rihanna’s New Lingerie Line Might Look Like (Based On Her Exceptional Music Video Outfits)

Are you an S&M or Rude Boy collection kinda gal?

Here's What Rihanna’s New Lingerie Line Might Look Like (Based On Her Exceptional Music Video Outfits)

by Jazmin Kopotsha |
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For a little while everyone was convinced that Rihanna was finally about to release some new music. It's been a while since we've had any solo material and after a series of unclear Instagram posts (because is anything even worth being excited about if you it's not cryptically teased on the gram?), the Navy was on high alert.

But the excitement didn't climax in the announcement of a new album. No, no. Instead we found out that Rihanna is offering the world a brand new lingerie line. She's done beauty, she's done footwear, and now Rihanna is doing pants.

After a few days of speculation, Rihanna made the official announcement over the weekend with a promotional video that gave very little away. 'we bout to light this up sis!!', she wrote in the caption. 'introducing Savage X Fenty lingerie coming soon'. While you can head over to the website to sign up to the mailing list and input your measurements, we're yet to be given a proper peek at what the line is going to look like. Needless to say, we're really really curious.

Which is why we've made some well(ish) researched predictions of our own based on Rihanna's extensive back catalogue of exceptional music video outfits. Because we don't really have all that much else to go on and hey, maybe it'll offer inspiration. Here's what we think the Savage X Fenty lingerie might look like if it, for some reason, decided to reflect all things bad gal riri - from Pon Da Replay, through S&M down to Work.

Pon De Replay

Those low rise jeans call for boxers from Tammy girl circa 2001. The gold sequin bralette let isn't quite underwear but we're here for the glitter.


The Unfaithful collection would be your classic low-key sexy vibe. Black lace bras and matching frenchies.


Here's where things would get a little saucier. Enter the offering of unripable fishnets and those inconvenient bodysuits that hold you in a little bit too well.


Again, a Disterbia inspired underwear collection wouldn't be the most practical but it'd be fun. Ish. For your partner. Maybe. Faux leather corsets with buckles, anyone?


You saw this one coming. It needs no explanation. Just don't be surprised if everyone starts wearing white latex.

Rude Boy

You know when you buy some underwear that almost (very, very almost) could be mistaken for an outfit acceptable only for the beach or carnival scenarios? Not very helpful under clothes, not very helpful as clothes? Call that the Rude Boy - fun fringed pants and a standard issue black bralette.

Only Girl

White lace is flattering on everyone. EVERYONE. Especially Rihanna. The Only Girl white lace longline bra will be the sell out one.

What's My Name

Sensible pants are to be found here. Not quite granny, but not the ones you'd rush to change into when your booty call comes a knocking. I'd expect strong t-shirt bra game from What's My Name.

Pour It Up

Hello diamante bra. Practical or no one but as if you can take your eyes away. Pour It Up would be limited edition. And very expensive.

Bitch Better Have My Money

Fur, leather and a hint of PVC to be worn with heels while you potter around the house and sip cocktails in the garden. There is nothing casual about Bitch Better Have My Money.


Work is a very specific vibe. We're talking super thin, barely there thongs and see through bras (if you're going to bother wearing a bra at all). All the better to whine in.

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The outfit game was so, SO strong with these three. If you don't know all the words to No Scrubs, where you been? TLC were also the biggest selling girl group in the world until the Spice Girls came along...

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Oh, what a moment for one hit wonder duo tATu. I'm pretty sure the music video to All The Things She Said is still firmly etched in your mind. It was back when 'sexy school girl' was the look.

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If the words 'so, so, so, scandelous' don't send chills down your spine then you need to revisit the *Eye Candy *album. Fun fact: Tina from S Club 7 was originally in the group until she landed a spot in the band.

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Girls Aloud

I have few regrets in life, but one of them has to be not giving Pop Stars: The Rivals the attention it clearly deserved because the creation of Girls Aloud was entertaining as hell. Word on the street is that lead signer Nadine is still angling for a reunion though so, watch this space.

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Ten points if you can name, in order, all of the members of Sugababes and which grouping they appeared in. OGs Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan were the shit, though. And don't pretend that 'Angels With Dirty Faces' wasn't somewhere on your MySpace page.

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Atomic Kitten

Is anyone else surprised when they realise that Kerry Katona was only around for about three years? She'd left somewhere between* Whole Again* and Eternal Flame. We all enjoyed their little stint on ITV2 The Big Reunion, though. You know, before Kerry left again.

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If you can't quite put your finger on why you often follow 'Cleopatra' with the words 'comin' at ya', it's down to these girls. Cleo, Yonah, and Zainam Higgins were the coolest sisters around and no, we never really understood the swimming goggles either. But Nelly never had to explain the plaster on his face so, you know...

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Destiny's Child

No words needed. You know the drill. Beyoncé, make it happen please.

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Spice Girls

No one knows where to start with the Spice Girls these days. And while some sort of reunion has been confirmed, a tour date is yet to be given the go ahead. Might have something to do with Victoria only agreeing to come back if she doesn't have to sing...

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En Vogue

If you're not all that familiar with the group, you'll be familiar with the song *Don't Let Go. *There are few songs that quite hit the 90s R&B nail on the head so well. You're gonna want to revisit it.

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Okay we're about to take it way, way back with obscure cultural references here. But anyone who watched Nickelodeon's *Taina might remember the episode where 3LW appeared as super cool girl group Blue Mascara. They performed 3LW's best selling song No More (Baby I'ma Do Right) *and it changed my life. Obviously, if you neither remember this nor know the song, this means nothing too you. But they had another song called *Playas Gon Play *which was kind of involved in that Taylor Swift lyric lawsuit drama.

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The Cheetah Girls

Disney kids rejoice, because this was the coolest (yes, coolest) music to come out of that damn channel before High School Musical became a thing. The Cheetah Girls existed beyond their Disney TV films too, you know?

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Remember N'Sync? Of course you do. But do you remember that gem of a song they featured on with Blaque on? It's called *Bring It All To Me *and the music video is a lot. It has nothing on *808 *though.

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Las Ketchup

There's no shame in having attempted to type and translate the lyrics to The Ketchup Song via Google. We all did it in a desperate bid to know what we were singing while wiggling our knees and whaling our hands around to that stressful routine.

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The 411

There are two songs to recall here: Dumb (diggi-diggi-di dumb) and *On My Knees. *Their presence may have been fleeting, but they were present. For a bit.

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Dream were pretty much everything you expect from a strategically put together girl group, but even more intense. At least that's my vague memory of them and that overwhelmingly 'pop' single He Loves U Not.

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Eden's Crush

We were not first introduced to Nicole Scherzinger via The Pussycat Dolls. No, no. She first entered our lives via Eden's Crush who were formed on the American version of *Popstars. *I honestly couldn't tell you what happened to the others, but Nicole seems quite happy on the X Factor and eating Muller yogurt.

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Boys in trees and a hella lot o' denim. Life was so much simpler back then and we still long for those vibes.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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