"I'm ready for the world to see what we have built together".
In a statement, Rihanna said that she had been given a "unique opportunity to develop a fashion house in the luxury sector, with no artistic limits". She shared the news in a post on Instagram revealing the monogram-ready logo for the brand. Her luxury house will be based in Paris.
The Group resources are notably large - LVMHreported first quarter revenues in April of 12.5 billion euros ($14.1 billion), an increase of 16 per cent - and the emphasis on "multicultural", in a time when many luxury brands are suffering from charges of cultural insensitivity and discrimination, is significant.
Another day, another business venture for Rihanna, who just officially confirmed her partnership with LVMH, where she will have her own high fashion maison in Paris, named Fenty. It will be "centered on Rihanna, developed by her, and takes shape with her vision in terms of ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories, including commerciality and communication of the brand". According to a statement from the high-end fashion group released this morning, the 31-year-old's successful Fenty line is the latest to join their powerhouse lineup of brands which include Céline, Dior, Givenchy and Fendi among many more.
In recent months, Rih Rih has been a force securing collaborations with Puma, snatching fans coins for her Savage x Fenty lingerie collections and her Fenty Beauty. "She naturally finds her full place within LVMH". It was rumored that LVMH had already handpicked a number of employees from brands like Louis Vuitton and Celine to work on the project with Rihanna and some of her top associates.
"Celebrity fashion brands have been around a long time and led by singers, but in the past they've tended to be done via licensing, wholesale distribution and often more with mass retailers or department stores. Glory be to God".
A helicopter was also mobilised, the defence ministry said, adding that between 60 to 70 people were believed to be on board. The survivors of the sinking are now being questioned and cared for by Tunisian authorities, the IOM official said.
Other PSG players, including Gianluigi Buffon and Marco Verratti, were verbally abused by the same person and ignored him. In a statement , PSG said it will appeal the ban, saying Neymar was provoked by the fan.
Thursday's missile launches occured as USA negotiator for North Korea Stephen Biegun is in Seoul , South Korea. An FAO and WFP assessment team visited Unpa County, North Hwanghae Province, in North Korea in April.
Anything short of a win here would leave them with a mountain to climb. "I'm excited by that and encouraged by that". Lewis Hamilton talks with mechanics in the pits. "We put everything on the vehicle we expected to put on the auto ".
Guaido invoked the constitution to assume an interim presidency in January, arguing Maduro's 2018 reelection was illegitimate. Early yesterday, US President Donald Trump said that he was "discussing the bad abuses by Maduro".
A five-time champion in Madrid , Nadal will next face American Frances Tiafoe, who defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. I managed to win in two sets against an opponent, who was not easy, and the day was not the best. "It was windy and cold".
President Klaus Iohannis has openly acknowledged the effect of the political crisis on his country's European Union standing. Tusk, however, said that a younger generation of Europeans was much more united than member states on the need to act.
The company is raising $8.1 billion in the biggest IPO since Facebook , which debuted in 2012 valued at $104 billion. Khosrowshahi told The Associated Press on Friday it was a tough week to go public, but the company got it done.
David Luiz signs contract extension at Chelsea
I am not in charge of the market and so I am not in charge of renewing contracts so can not answer. 'You have to ask the club. The Brazilian stated upon signing his contract extension: "I am so happy to be here and to have this opportunity to stay".
Lennon: Rangers have a huge disciplinary problem
That's why you get all the abuse. "But as a fan, you go relaxed then all of a sudden a dream starts brewing and you think "wow". The club is back on the right track, especially with the manager they have.
Israel Folau case could take years
The stand-off may hinge upon the idea of inclusion but will probably end up with Folau lost to Australian rugby forever. The Reds skipper responded Thursday with maturity to hose down wild speculation of damaging divides in Australian rugby.
US B-52 bombers arrive in Qatar amid threats from Iran
On Friday a defense official reiterated that the Iranian threat "is still real and credible and we're taking it seriously". State TV showed protesters marching after Friday prayers in Tehran and said similar marches had been held across Iran.
Bruins run away with Game 1 against Hurricanes
The Bruins forward got into the slot on the rush and shot it, with the puck hitting Bobrovksy's pad and trickling across the line. Things likely won't be any easier for the Hurricanes once McAvoy, who has had a stellar postseason, returns for Game 2 on Sunday.
Democrats Issue Subpoenas For Donald Trump's Tax Returns
The president was asked about a law allowing the heads of key congressional committees to gain access to any USA return. He concluded that the Treasury Department is "not authorized to disclose the requested returns and return information".
Four hostages rescued by French soldiers in Burkina Faso
Macron thanked authorities in Burkina Faso and Benin for their cooperation and promised them support in fighting terrorism. France has 4,500 troops in a military force in the Sahel aimed at helping local governments fight extremists.