HOW TO BUILD A THIRST TRAP: Adam Selman for Savage x Fenty
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Savage x Fenty
Adam Selman was instrumental in the creation of Rihanna's iconic 'naked dress' in 2016
This marks the first time Savage x Fenty has roped in another designer for a capsule collection
The collection was made specifically with Valentine's Day in mind
The collection features some 'naughy' features including zippers on the bras and panties

Ladies, start taking notes because Adam Selman's taking the lead. He might not be a household name in fashion just yet but insiders know all about the work of the New York-based fashion vet, who is a frequent collaborator of Rihanna and the owner of cheeky workout label A.S.S. Selman was instrumental in designing the so-called naked dress that Rihanna broke the internet with at the CFDA Awards in 2016. And thanks to this connection, the American designer was a natural fit for Savage x Fenty’s first collab which is a Valentine’s Day themed collection that taps on the clickbait-level of designs that Selman has been known for (he has even introduced a pair of sheer jeans in 2017). As expected, the 19-piece collection features plenty of kink too such as heart-shaped pasties, vinyl sets, and zippers on bras and panties.

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