Meanwhile, Rihanna previously insisted that her fashion and beauty brands, including her Savage X Fenty line, are like her “kids.”
She told The Cut: “It’s like having two kids, but one is a newborn and one is 3. They need a different amount of attention, and they need a different amount of intimacy.
“I love them all the same, but they’re all different kids.”
And the “Umbrella” singer is determined to design clothes that aren’t gender-specific.
The pop icon explained: “I just feel like there should be no one to tell me where the hell to buy my s— that I want to wear.
“So when it comes to my demographic, I feel like they think the same way, and they really exude that. When I’m designing and I have them in mind, I don’t think I should tell them what to do or where to shop.”