In the event that you haven’t just observed Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty design appear on Amazon Prime, you’re in for something genuinely otherworldly. The cast of the show is colossally differing, making the runway more relatable than optimistic. You, regardless of what your identity is, will for the most part likely observe components of yourself and your body in the models highlighted.

Rihanna appeared her third Savage X Fenty accumulation during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 10. Yet rather than save the exceptionally foreseen occasion for just a chosen few with a welcome, Aunty RiRi carried her show to the majority by means of Amazon Prime 10 days after the fact. The show is jam-pressed with exhibitions, attractive ribbon, and finger waves, in addition to a cast of models of many body types, capacities, ethnicities, sexualities, and sex encounters moving, shaking, and swaggering on the runway.

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In the start of the show — which is additionally part narrative — Rihanna goes through her way of thinking behind throwing the show, which she refers to as a “fashion musical.”

“I’m looking for unique characteristics and people that aren’t usually highlighted in the world of fashion as it pertains to lingerie and ‘sexy’ — what society sees as ‘sexy,’” Rihanna says in a clip. “It’s very important that the casting kind of tells the narrative of what the brand stands for, and what we stand for mainly here is inclusivity. That’s what I stand for with everything I create.”

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Instead of a catwalk, Rihanna transformed the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY into a showcase hall, using various bodies to exhibit her the lingerie. Plus size models, bald models, trans models, paraplegic models, and models of even more experiences and identities graced the stage while Rihanna’s playlist which included everything from a remix of Anti’s “Woo” to Tweet’s “Oops (Oh My)” playing in the background. As a result, the show depicts an inclusive reflection of dance, art, music, and fashion.

“I literally am seeing their bodies as pieces of art,” Rihanna says in another scene in the documentary, “And that we can really make visual impact with that.”

In addition to the celebrity performances by Migos, Halsey, and Tierra Whack, other iconic names such as Laverne Cox, Normani, Cara Delevingne, the Hadid sisters, Isis King, and RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10 winner Aquaria were featured models in the show.

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