Rihanna’s Savage X Collection Is Finally Here, And You’ll Want Everything

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Featuring handcuffs, whips, and robes galore

Get ready to pull out your credit cards: Rihanna's highly-anticipated lingerie line has finally arrived. Starting today, you can shop 90 different styles of Savage X bras, bralettes, undies, bodysuits, corsets, rompers, jumpsuits, robes, and accessories including crops, handcuffs, satin restraints, eye masks, and garters.

The styles are split into four capsule collections: "On The Reg," which consists of everyday t-shirts, bras, and underwear; "U Cute Damn," a feminine, lace-heavy collection; "Damn," a sexy collection full of bodysuits and garters; and "Black Widow," a risqué collection made up of half-cup bras, cupless bodysuits, and more. 

Aside from how massive and good this collection is, what we're most excited about is the Bad Gal's knack for inclusivity and affordability. Just a week ago, we learned that Savage X was going to be as size-inclusive and diverse as her Fenty Beauty products. She did not disappoint. Bra sizes range from 32A to 44DD and bralettes, undies, lingerie, and sleepwear from XS to 3XL. What's more, bras are $39 to $59, bralettes $29 to $34, undies $14.50 to $29, and accessories $18 to $29. 

You can sign up for a Savage X membership for $50/year to get early access to new drops, members-only access to limited-edition styles, and free shipping. 

Take a peek at some of our favorites, below, and be sure to shop the collection here

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