Celebrity Shoe Trend: Puma By Rihanna Creeper Sneakers

The Puma by Rihanna Creepers may not be on Yeezy-level popularity quite yet, but plenty of celebrities have been spotted wearing the sneakers, and demand for Rihanna’s designs is high.

The first color selection of the Creepers initially dropped in September and sold out within three hours. The style, created by Rihanna with input from menswear brand Mr. Completely, is an update on Puma’s classic suede sneaker with thick, creeper-style soles.

Celebrities Wearing Rihanna Puma CreepersSisters Bella and Gigi Hadid both wore black Creepers while out in Los Angeles. Splash.

Additional releases came throughout the fall. In November, Puma released new colorways and men’s sizing. In December, Rihanna announced that she would be debuting Puma by Rihanna at New York Fashion Week in on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m.

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Celebrities Wearing Rihanna Puma CreepersJessica Alba in the navy and light blue Creepers. Splash.

Rapper Travis Scott appeared in the Puma by Rihanna ads, so naturally he’s been seen wearing the sneakers plenty of times. Lena Dunham has a few pairs, and sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid have also worn the black pair. Rihanna herself often wears the sneakers, and even gave the world a sneak preview before they were officially revealed.

 

Cara Delevingne rocked her pair for a visit to the White House for a Funny or Die roundtable discussion on climate change.

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Click through the gallery to see more celebrities wearing Puma by Rihanna Creepers.

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