Rihanna Reportedly Files Trademark For ‘Fenty Kids’
Rihanna’s business ventures keep expanding!
Reportedly, the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show performer filed a trademark for a “Fenty Kids” clothing line on Jan. 20. Although she allegedly doesn’t plan to launch the business anytime soon, the trademark protects the name from use by other companies. The motion describes the children’s clothing brand as a line that includes “infant wear, swimwear, hats, underwear, footwear, leggings, socks.” In addition, baby bibs, booties, caps, and cloth diapers will also be for sale. Overall, the “Fenty Kids” products seem to support a child from birth to toddler status, based on the listed items.
This news comes after the international pop star reportedly filed for a trademark for “Fenty Hair.” As previously reported, last July Rihanna’s company, Roraj Trade, LLC, filed legal documents for the hair collection, which includes products such as shampoos, relaxers, lotions, bleaching aids, dyes, and glitters for styling purposes.
Rihanna’s children’s brand will be the latest addition to her business enterprise, Fenty. As you may know, the Bajan native, born Robyn Fenty, set the bar high in the cosmetic industry with the launch of her makeup line, Fenty Beauty. She also has her skincare line, Fenty Skin, under her belt as well.
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