Rihanna‘s lingerie line is branching out to men – and if Christian “King” Combs has anything to do with it, it’s going to be “the new Calvin Klein for my generation.”

The new Savage x Fenty menswear line was debuted by Combs in GQ on Thursday (September 24), ahead of its October 2 release date. Included in the collection will be boxers, boxer briefs, silk pajamas and robes – the latter of which pops was a huge fan of.

“He really loved the robe, so that’s when I knew we were really on to something,” Combs said of Diddy.

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It’s lit !! S/O @badgalriri 👸🏾I have my new line in collaboration w/ @savagexfenty Coming out OCT 2!!! 🔥🔥 Don’t wanna miss this ! Tune into Amazon to see it live !

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Combs isn’t just the face of the line, though. He also helped design it and changed the original sample colors he received of burgundy, black and brown to brighter blues, reds and even some bubblegum pink. And he’s got some grand plans when it comes to hitting the runway for it.

“Fasten your seat belts, get some popcorn, and get to the TV for some amazingness. It’s gonna be sexy,” he told GQ about a forthcoming fashion show. “A lot of special guests—and King Combs at the climax.”

The announcement follows a summer of accolades for Diddy’s youngest son. In July, his 2019 collaboration with Teyana Taylor “How You Want It” was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America and shortly after, he also received his first-ever entry on the Billboard Hot 100 when his Pop Smoke collaboration “Diana” entered the chart at No. 76.

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