Savage X Fenty season is upon us. The fourth volume of Rihanna's annual Savage X Fenty Show, a burlesque-meets-runway extravaganza, is returning on November 9.

It's been a big year for the Bad Gal's lingerie brand, which opened its first brick-and-mortar store in January, and an even bigger year for Rih herself: the star welcomed a son with A$AP Rocky in May, and recently announced her gig as the 2023 Super Bowl's halftime performer.

The Barbadian National Hero is also rumored to embark on a stadium tour next year — an indication that she has new music on the way, perhaps?

While a new Rihanna album remains unconfirmed, she definitely has more lingerie on the way. Here's everything we know about the Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 4.

It will stream and sell on Amazon

Just like volumes one, two, and three, round four will premiere on Prime Video and stream exclusively through the platform beginning on November 9. The new Savage X Fenty collection will then release on Amazon Fashion.

It will feature a star-studded cast (plus one bizarre addition)

Last year's Savage X Fenty show saw the likes of Cindy Crawford, Normani, and Emily Ratajkowski take the stage in Rih's latest wares. Per a press release, 2022 promises "a new all-star lineup of models, actors, some of the biggest names in music, and more."

Musical artists including Burna Boy, Don Toliver, and Anitta will perform, while models Irina Shayk, Joan Smalls, Lara Stone, and Precious Lee will hit the runway. Also slated to make an appearance are Simu Liu, Rickey Thompson, and Taraji P. Henson.

As always, Rihanna herself will appear in the show — whether A$AP Rocky, 'fitted out in a Savage X Fenty robe and boxers, will show face is TBD.

All sounds good, right? On November 3, news broke that Rihanna invited Johnny Depp — yes, the same Johnny Depp who spelled out violent fantasies of burning and raping Amber Heard's corpse — to make a cameo appearance. That's a segment we won't be tuning in for.

It will include a new product category

Last week, Savage X Fenty announced the introduction of a new category: activewear. Helmed by executive design director Adam Selman, Savage X Fenty Sport will hit the runway on November 9 and release for sale after the show.

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