Rihanna's best-selling Fenty Perfume is finally back in stock

It's here and it's everything we wanted and more

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Okay, we know it's not new music, but we'll take it. Rihanna's sell-out Fenty Perfume is finally back in stock—so drop everything Riri fans and get it while you can!

If you sadly missed out on the chance to snap up one of the best perfumes currently on the market, today is your lucky day. The Fenty Beauty founder, who has been bringing her a-game when it comes to pregnancy styles, has restocked her long-awaited perfume, just in time for summer.

We already know Rihanna’s favorite perfume—but now we can purchase one she’s created herself for her brand which she says: "exudes everything I feel, everything I a am and everything I want to be," so it's safe to say we're excited!

Where can I buy Fenty eau de parfum?

Riri announced the long-awaited restock on Instagram with a seriously aesthetic Instagram video of the dreamy perfume being poured into its amber-colored bottle. She captioned the post "How sexy is this?!!"—very sexy indeed!

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Right now the Fenty Eau De Parfum, which costs $140/£150, is currently only available directly from Fenty Beauty.

There's also some good news for UK shoppers! Your wait is finally over, as the Fenty perfume has officially landed on the UK site (opens in new tab)!

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FENTY Eau De Parfum

RRP: $140/£150

It's back at last! Fenty's first-ever perfume is finally back in stock! But if you want to smell like a sumptuous mix of magnolia, musk unite with tangerine and a hint of Bulgarian rose—be quick, there's only a limited amount!


What does Fenty Eau De Parfum smell like?

The gorgeous perfume is encased in a glass, brown bottle, with floral notes of geranium, magnolia, and fruity hints of blueberry. It also has a hint of spice and scents of 'seductive' musk. 

Fenty says that the unisex scent, once sprayed onto your skin,  will create a unique scent—just for you. And as much as we all wanted to smell exactly like Riri—that sounds pretty dreamy.

Rihanna describes the scent as: "a memory, encapsulated into a fragrance. You never forget it.

The experience, it comes and goes. But the memory can hold onto us for life.  And a lot of the time the memory of that experience is triggered by scent."

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When did Rihanna announce the Fenty Perfume?

Rihanna teased the exciting news in July 2021, with a clip-on Fenty’s Instagram account. The clip shows snaps of a brown glass bottle with the caption: “Something sensual, confident yet sexxy ✨coming your way very soon...😉 ”

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This isn’t the first-ever perfume that Rihanna's created, but it is the first scent for Fenty Beauty. Fans will remember iconic smells such as Reb’l Fleur and RIRI. 

As you can imagine, fans went wild for the news. One wrote: “FENTY FRAGRANCE OMGGGG”

Another said: “Omg if it’s a fragrance I’m already sold 🔥😩 ”

A third commented: “We all gonna smell the same 😂”—imagine a world where we all smell ‘confident yet sexy’—yes please.”

Thankfully, we didn't have to wait long for the fragrance, and now that it's here our lives have never been or smelt better.

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.


Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.