Rihanna, the amazing singer, actress, and businesswoman, is proving once again that her Fenty Beauty brand is savage AF. As we know, October is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, celebrities are coming forward and showing their support to the cancer patients as well as cancer survivors. In fact, Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie brand is not just spreading the Breast Cancer Awareness, but also helping in Breast Cancer Research by highlighting stories of 4 cancer survivors and thrivers and raising funds.
Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty | Breast Cancer Awareness
Savage X Fenty celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month by encouraging fearlessness, confidence and owning your story. Rihanna’s Savage brand is spotlighting stories of four women’s empowering journeys who battled with Breast Cancer and these amazing women are thriving. These women share their experiences of being diagnosed with Breast Cancer as well as the side effects of treatments. Their stories are amazing and we are glad Rihanna is supporting the breast cancer patients in the best way possible.
With every pink style purchased, you’ll help the @ClaraLionelFdn fund critical research for this lesser known group of young women living with aggressive forms of breast cancer.
The Clara Lionel Foundation was founded by Rihanna in 2012. In fact, this foundation supports and funds groundbreaking and effective education, health and emergency response programs all over the world. Now, Rihanna is also helping in critical Breast Cancer research through her foundation.
Savage X Thrivers Discuss Self Love & Self Care
Savage X Thrivers share stories of the amazing thrivers Nalie, Bianca, Johanna, and Stephanie Seban. As a matter of fact, Stephanie has defied every single negative statistic or piece of information thrown at her by the medical world. She was diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. She says nothing can take away her peace, faith and her will to live her life.
“Sharing the evolution of your journey and your experiences makes other people feel less alone, less of an anomaly. It also raises awareness that if something feels wrong, you should get it checked out.” – Stephanie
“I’m still learning, but I feel like I love myself and I love my body more than I ever have. It sucks that it took cancer for me to get there, but I’m here, and I’m learning everyday.” -Bianca