At the pop-up store in Paris for a walk-through of Fenty, her debut ready-to-wear collection created in partnership with luxury conglomerate LVMH. The collection—two years in the making and priced from 200 Euros (~Rs 15,000) for a white, waist-cinched T-shirt up to around 1,100 Euros (~Rs 85,000) for a reversible parka.
“I often walk into stores and I’m like, ‘I love this, but I wish it was more like that, or in a different colour or in a different fabric’—and now I get to do it,” she said, dressed in Fenty’s tailored white blazer-minidress hybrid. Highlights included strong-shouldered corseted trouser suits sold with matching bum-bags, men’s cotton shirting, and multi-pocketed oversized jackets in Japanese raw denim. “I love strong silhouettes, and for women to look confident, that’s what I want to achieve with this collection,” she said.
Fenty pop-up store is open for 10 days, closing on June 2. The collection will be available online on Fenty.com from May 29.