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Time and time again, Rihanna has proven that she knows how to put in the work (work, work, work, work). Over the past few weeks, rumors that the superstar would launch her own fashion label under Paris-based luxury conglomerate LVMH have circulated. According to papers obtained by Business of Fashion, the label—allegedly named Project Loud, after Rihanna’s fifth studio album—will also include “office supplies, home decor, and garden products.”
The Barbadian-born singer is already quite the entrepreneur. She’s launched plenty of collaborations with mega-brands, like Puma and Manolo Blahnik, and has enjoyed the wild success of her cosmetics line, Fenty Beauty, as well as her lingerie collection, Savage x Fenty. The home space, though, is a relatively new territory for her.
Rihanna, fashion icon that she is, has chameleon-like style, challenging the boundaries of street style and transforming runway looks into something wholly her own. She’s experimented with so many different style palettes that it’s hard to say exactly what her home goods would look like, but we have a few predictions based on other products she’s already released into the world.
Prediction 1: Modernism, Inspired by Fenty Beauty
The sleek, sculptural packaging of Fenty Beauty is just one of the reasons this line made $100 million in its first 40 days after launch. We can also imagine it translating well into home accents like vases and dinnerware.
Prediction 2: Hollywood Regency, Inspired by SavagexFenty
Rihanna’s lingerie line goes all-out with feathers and lace, evoking sumptuous ’40s texture and color palettes, which fit in perfectly well with elegant Hollywood Regency style. It would feel particularly fitting if the singer were to launch her own line of plush, velvet sofas and dramatic silk bedspreads, no?
Prediction 3: Campy ’90s Nostalgia, Inspired by Fenty Puma
Riri shows off her sporty side in her collections for Fenty x Puma, the most recent launches featuring ’90s-inspired color palettes with pops of neon. This nostalgic-meets-futuristic style is particularly fitting for experimental lighting and side tables. The possibilities are virtually endless—we could very well find anything in a hopeless place.
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