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We've been waitin' for this one.

The Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 dropped on Friday, Oct. 2 exclusively on Amazon Prime and our souls were finally quenched. The runway meets concert meets performance art show was a decadent, dazzling, and sexy visual and auditory feast for our culture-starved eyes and ears.

The fashion extravaganza featured performances from Travis Scott, Rosalía, Miguel, Bad Bunny, Mustard, Roddy Ricch, and Ella Mai along with special appearances from Lizzo, Demi Moore, Cara Delevingne, Bella Hadid, Willow Smith, Christian Combs, Irina Shayk, Big Sean, Paris Hilton, Normani, Rico Nasty, Chika, Erika Jayne, Laura Harrier, Paloma Elsesser, Shea Couleé, Jaida Essence Hall, Rico Nasty, and more.

The wildly diverse cast stands out, even amongst the robots and other Covid-friendly fashion week modifications. It's nothing new for the Savage X Fenty line; not only does the brand offer a wide range of sizes from XS to 3X, but they also show how it looks on a variety of models sizes when you shop.

In the age of body positivity, and its new cousin, body neutrality, the size-inclusive brand is supporting the 2020 definition of sexy: whatever your body looks like now.

Known for its iconic pieces, the line has also branched out to offer comfortable everyday cotton essentials that make it a lingerie line for every single day of the week. When you're browsing, there's a quiz that will determine what should go in your cart every month (do you only wear black? what makes you feel your best?), but you can add whatever you like.

Still, where Savage X Fenty truly shines is their Xtra VIP Membership.

The VIP membership gets you access to new monthly drops and major discounts on all lines, including 60% off your first Xtra VIP purchase.

Sign up for the VIP membership to get exclusive access to the hot pieces featured in the show along with the rest of their inventory.

Limited Time Only: Shop Looks From the Show Before They Sell Out! Become a Xtra VIP Member & Get 60% Off Your First Purchase When You Become an Xtra VIP Member!