These ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Winners Are at Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty 2020 Show


Queens recognize queens. For every Savage X Fenty lingerie campaign or fashion show, Rihanna has always aimed to hire as many types of people as possible and make them feel like the royalty that they are. The second annual Savage X Fenty Show is coming to Amazon Prime Video soon, and the roster of people expected to appear in production is iconic in itself.

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Rihanna hires various models and talents for Savage X Fenty

What sets Savage X Fenty apart from its competition is that Rihanna makes a point of hiring all kinds of models for every campaign and every fashion show. In last year’s Savage X Fenty Show alone, there were disabled models, queer and trans models, and brand ambassadors of all skin tones.

Aside from bringing in celebrities like Normani and Megan Thee Stallion as Savage X Fenty brand ambassadors, Rihanna has also given the opportunity to people who are not traditionally committed to big campaigns like the disabled trans model. Aaron Philip.

Rihanna has invited a few “RuPaul’s Drag Race” winners to take part in this year’s Savage X Fenty Show

For this year’s Savage X Fenty Show, Rihanna once again shows how she hires and raises queens and kings of all kinds. This is clear in the trailer she posted on her Instagram with all the details of who will be featured as a model and as an artist.

The current reign Course de dragsters de RuPaul Jaida Essence Hall winner and most recent Course de dragsters de RuPaul All Stars winner Shea Couleé will be attending this year’s Savage X Fenty Show. They are royalty in every sense of the word, and they carry on a legacy of Course de dragsters queens appearing on Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty stage.

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Rihanna has already invited the winners of the “Drag Race” to the Savage X Fenty Show

It’s an exciting opportunity to have two Course de dragsters de RuPaul winners in an event of this magnitude. But this is not the first time that a Course de dragsters queen appeared on the Savage X Fenty Show.

Last year, Savage X Fenty Show had a short segment with a routine choreographed by winner Aquaria. Course de dragsters de RuPaul in 2018 and herself an accomplished model. Aquaria shared his thoughts and gratitude for being cast in a candid Instagram post.

“It’s pretty surreal for someone drag to even be seen featured in a lingerie show and Rihanna is really doing what she needs to do to make fashion and the whole world open to inclusivity,” said Aquaria.

“I was nervous, but I was immediately amazed at the positive comments from drag fans and others,” she continued. “There is no reason not to include people from all walks of life in the cast. “

Other queens of “Drag Race” worked as models

Shea Couleé and Jaida Essence Hall are next Course de dragsters queens to join the Savage X Fenty family, but they’re not the first queens to model for a fashion brand. Aquaria, for example, has appeared in campaigns bearing brands like Moschino and Marc Jacobs. She even attended the Met Gala in 2019 (becoming the first drag queen to do so) wearing a custom Maison Margiela look designed by John Galliano.

Violet Chachki, another Course de dragsters de RuPaul winner, also made history alongside Aquaria at the 2019 Met Gala. In 2017, even before Savage X Fenty launched, Chachki became the first drag queen to appear in a lingerie campaign. She has also walked for big brands such as Moschino.

Miss Fame, one of Violet Chachki’s sisters from season 7 of Course de dragsters, has also enjoyed success as a model and tycoon. She has been modeled in the past and launched her own beauty brand, Miss Fame Beauty, in 2018. Milk, Course de dragstersThe hybrid drag queen and figure skater and object of the affection of many fans, has also appeared in off-the-drag campaigns for brands such as Vivienne Westwood and Marc Jacobs.


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