Plus, a Victoria's Secret docu-series is coming to Hulu.
And of course Rihanna makes an appearance.
The throwback thirst trap is back in all of its bedazzled G-string glory.
Plus, Savage x Fenty celebrates breast cancer "survivors and thrivers."
Plus, June Ambrose was named creative director at Puma.
It's got Rihanna's jaw-dropping, "I don't know how she does it" perfection written all over it.
For when you're done with bras, but still need the support.
We always need more comfy clothes.
He designed Rihanna's iconic CFDA Awards naked dress. Now, they're collaborating on lingerie for Valentine's Day.
The 21-year-old model discusses cultural appropriation, cyber bullying, the impact social media has had on her generation's view of beauty and more.
Rihanna handpicked the "Motivation" singer for the job, and it's so clear why.
There's nothing more satisfying than knowing that chicness lies beneath your high-waisted jeans.
"It's bullshit if we call it 'diversity' and we can't get representation backstage."
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No wings? No problem.
"I don't know if it's political so much as embracing the fact that people should be more aware."
Matching undergarments: a sneaky hack for making you feel like you have your life in order — whether or not you actually do.
These pieces are less Christmas morning, more Valentine's Day evening.
Called Fenty, it will include ready-to-wear, jewelry and accessories, and will show for the first time in Paris on May 22.
These are the recurring hair, makeup and nail themes that captured our attention and took our breath away this season.
The magnificent casting was a reminder that fashion is for all.
New York Fashion Week saved the best for last.