An All-Black Women Motorcycle Club Star In Savage X Fenty's Latest Campaign

An All-Black Women Motorcycle Club Star In Savage X Fenty's Latest Campaign

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An All-Black Women Motorcycle Club Star In Savage X Fenty's Latest Campaign

The Caramel Curves bring it in Savage X Fenty's campaign video.

The Caramel Curves bring it in Savage X Fenty's campaign video.

Text: Bella Gil

Caramel Curves, an all Black-women motorcycle club hailing from New Orleans, are the latest stars of Rihanna’s lingerie brand, Savage X Fenty, campaign video. Caramel Curves Motorcycle Club was founded 16 years ago by Nakosha “Coco” Smith and Shanika “Tru” Beatty. The active members of the club ride around their city dressed head-to-toe in stunning garb that includes but is not limited to rhinestones, neon colors, skirts, and of course, heels.

Changing their dress code for the campaign video, the crew is decked out in pieces from the Savage X Fenty line, including a one-piece lacy teddy with matching gloves, vibrant orange sets and fishnets and satin bras. Paired with the Caramel Curves’ enamorating attitudes and confidence, Savage X Fenty was the perfect brand to truly encompass the club’s persona.

The video begins with the women on their bikes with clouds of pink trailing behind them, as they narrate what being in the club means to them along with how they catch the eyes of passersby wherever they go.

The Caramel Curves also talk about their experience being a woman in a men’s dominated field, citing that there is no difference between them and that they could do anything on a bike a man can — just in heels and lingerie. 

With a love for New Orleans and traversing the city on their bikes, the Caramel Curves are constantly stepping out in style and class — as the faces of Savage X Fenty’s latest campaign, how could we not be obsessed with this killer Black-women motorcycle club?

Credits: Image courtesy of @savagexfenty on Instagram.

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