Do you think Rihanna knew her Fenty brand would become the empire that is today? In addition to being one of the most inclusive beauty brands today, it has made it’s way into the Philadelphia Museum of Art as part of the ‘Designs for Different Futures’ Exhibition.
In a tweet, the brand’s page wrote, “WHEN THE PRO FILT’R FOUNDATION RANGE IS SO ICONIC THEY HAD TO PUT IT IN A MUSEUM!!! Thank you @philamuseum for featuring our PRO FILT’R SOFT MATTE LONGWEAR FOUNDATION in your “Designs for Different Futures” exhibit!!”
Per a Philedelphia Museum of Art worker, they wrote, “I work @ Philadelphia Museum of Art. We had a member preview of the new Exhibition ‘Designs for Different Futures’ & Rih strikes again! Fenty Beauty is an accessible brand for many future identities, especially women of color who lack representation in the beauty industry!” Fenty Beauty has been recognized for their efforts in making sure that all women are represented in their brand. The company has sent waves through the beauty industry since it’s arrival, causing major brands to offer new formulas and shades in their collections.
Rihanna can add this accomplishment to her ever-growing list. While fans aren’t too happy that she’s strayed from music to focus on other fruitful business ventures, she’s managed to make a change in the way the world sees women of color. Fenty Beauty has taken inclusivity to another level.
If you’re in the Philadelphia area from October 22, 2019 to March 8, 2020, stop in to see the “Designs for Different Futures” exhibit. There you’ll see the wide range of shades offered by Fenty Beauty and you’ll learn about how the brand has broke barriers in the beauty industry.
In the words of Rih Rih herself, “This Rihanna Reign just won’t let up!” In 2020, she’s bringing you more makeup, more lingerie, and more music! Only God knows what else is up her sleeve.
Can Y'all Stop Speculating On Rihanna's Womb & Just Let Her Eat?
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Plot twist: You can enjoy a glass of champagne while pregnant (just not all the time).— Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) September 13, 2019
Also? Can we stop speculating on folks' wombs? https://t.co/6rBHOy6dKA
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Yall refuse to let Rihanna eat in peace.— Sylvia (@SylviaObell) September 13, 2019
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Okay so y’all are adamant about this Rihanna and pregnancy rumour being invasive and it is, but aren’t the constant request for new music from her just as invasive and disrespectful? Either way y’all don’t let this woman live.— Melody Kewl (@Being_Melody) September 13, 2019
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Twitter: “Rihanna is pregnant!”— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) September 13, 2019
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Are you guys ABSOLUTELY SURE that Rihanna is pregnant?— thechocolatediary.com (@NonhleBeryl) September 13, 2019
What if she’s infertile?
What if she’s struggling to conceive?
What if she’s suffered a miscarriage?
What if she doesn’t even want kids?
Why do we continue to put this pressure on women?
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Until Rihanna says, “I’m pregnant.” quit saying/asking if she is pic.twitter.com/eVgm7LGnYi— chesty & testy (@_sugatits) September 13, 2019
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Rihanna to the media at her event :I’m Going to give birth to a black woman— 𝙏𝙃𝙀 𝙋𝙍𝙊𝙁𝙀𝙎𝙎𝙊𝙍 (@LifeOfGreg_) September 13, 2019
Fans : So no New Album 😣 but a lil RiRi is coming 🤗
Media & Entertainment World: Rihanna might be Pregnant
Me: minding my business waiting for actual proof #Rihanna #RIRI pic.twitter.com/FXljlAeJqx
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So Rihanna ain’t pregnant y’all just won’t let my sis eat in peace. This is why we never getting an album. pic.twitter.com/02ulXpsBvO— dae⁷ᴮᴱ (@MONOSE0UL) September 13, 2019
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This is why Rihanna hates y’all— Kazeem Famuyide 🍎 (@Kazeem) September 13, 2019
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If Rihanna is not pregnant and y’all are just drawing attention to her gut for no reason I’m gonna be PIIIIISSSEDDDD— Love You #34 🇩🇴 (@shantall34) September 13, 2019
Rihanna’s Pro Filter Foundation Joins The Philedelphia Museum Of Art was originally published on hellobeautiful.com