Rihanna has revealed that she will step down as CEO of lingerie brand Savage X Fenty.
“It’s great to see our vision of Savage X Fenty impacting the industry on such an incredible level over the past five years,” the award-winning singer and business mogul said in a statement. dad with business magazine. Rihanna, who co-owns the company with investors including LVMH, has been CEO since she founded the company in 2018.
Her statement continued, “This is just the beginning for us and we will continue to expand in ways that stay connected with consumers.”
Rihanna said Hillary Super, the former CEO of Anthropologie Group, will take over as head of the brand, effective June 26. “I am grateful and delighted to welcome Hillary Super as the brand leader. way to be our new CEO,” the show “Lift Me Up” said the singer. “She is a strong leader and focused on taking the business to the next level.”
Prior to Savage X Fenty, Super was the Global CEO of Anthropologie Group for four years. She has also held leadership roles at Guess, American Eagle, Gap and Old Navy.
“I am delighted to be joining the Savage X Fenty family,” Super added. “The brand is a major force in the lingerie and apparel industry, and its unwavering commitment to celebrating inclusion and fearlessness is inspiring.”
Business executives join as the lingerie brand continues to be successful and popular. More recently, the company is working to expand beyond e-commerce and into wholesale and retail. It has opened seven stores in Los Angeles, Houston, Las Vegas and Atlanta.
Based on business magazineRihanna will continue to take a leadership role as the brand’s executive chairman.