Rihanna is resigning as CEO of Savage X Fenty. The lingerie giant will now be led by Hillary Super, the former CEO of Anthropologie Group, the company announced on June 23. Fans need not worry – superstars and style moguls will still take on the leadership role as executive chairman and will most likely continue to be the face of the brand and its star. The highly anticipated fashion show.
“It’s great to see our vision for Savage X Fenty impact the industry to such an incredible extent over the past five years,” said Savage X Fenty said in a statement. “This is just the beginning for us and we will continue to expand in ways that stay connected with consumers.” Regarding Super’s new leadership, Rihanna added: “I’m grateful and excited to welcome Hillary Super as our new CEO – she’s a strong leader and focused on taking the business to the next level. again.”
From Rihanna Founded in 2018, Savage X Fenty has become a breakthrough leader in the lingerie industry. Her commitment to inclusivity is unparalleled, enlisting a diverse cast for Savage X Fenty’s fashion show as well as its advertising campaigns. The brand’s offerings also cater to a multitude of shoppers, from Proud Collection let it Activewear line plus size. At each turn, Rihanna Invitees of different races, sizes, ethnic backgrounds, gender identities, sexual orientations and abilities participate in intimate fashion and define sexy in their own way. This legacy will no doubt continue under the leadership of Super, whose resume includes positions at Guess and American Eagle, in addition to her previous CEO role at Anthropologie Group.