According to Vogue, superstar Robyn Rihanna Fenty has launched a new jewelry collection.
Rihanna unveiled her Fenty Cameo Jewelry Collection celebrating the beauty of all black women. On Oct. 30, the wealthiest female musician released a four-piece collection named The Cameo with prices ranging between $340 and $530. The Fenty fashion jewelry line offers customers a ring, earrings, a pendant and a brooch that converts to a pendant with some of the pieces available in a white or black and detailed with sparkly Swarovski crystals or pearls.
According to the Fenty website, “The Cameo is an emblem of fearlessness, elevation, creativity, and joy — everything FENTY stands for. More than a sisterhood, FENTY is a coming together of powerful women. The Cameo is part of our legacy.”
Fenty announced the collection on its Instagram account.
After Forbes revealed Rihanna as the richest female musician with a net worth of approximately $600 million, she is definitely claiming her stake and reaching for that billionaire status.
Savage X Fenty started in May 2018 as a joint venture between Rihanna and Techstyle Fashion Group; although this wasn’t her first endeavor—she launched her Fenty Beauty cosmetics line sometime in 2017 to immediate success. And this past June, she announced that she will collaborate with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton to produce a Fenty luxury fashion label as well.
She also collaborated with Amazon Prime Video to stream the premiere of Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show, which took place Sept. 20, featuring her new Fall/Winter 2019 lingerie collection. The Savage X Fenty special showed the audience behind-the-scenes of the making of the show and “a one-of-a-kind event blending music, fashion, and culture” with surprises and guest performances. It will be archived on Amazon Prime Video so customers can relive the experience over and over again.
In 2012, the superstar founded her charity organization, the Clara Lionel Foundation, which supports health and education efforts in impoverished communities around the world, which led to Harvard University naming her humanitarian of the year in February 2017.
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