The sneaker boot — an androgynous, tough-looking style featuring the label’s signature creeper platform and patent-leather panels — is among the key styles that will be available. On the Paris runway, the boots were styled with everything from loose, low-waisted tracksuits to bodysuits and sweatshirt dresses in a monochrome palette.
Other items in next month’s drop include a gray faux-fur backpack and an oversized hooded sweatshirt, which are likely to keep up the momentum of last season’s sell-out fur slides.
A range of velvet pieces from the line will also be going on sale, including crop tops and wide-leg culottes, as well as an off-the-shoulder bomber jacket.
In September, Rihanna launched her collection at Bergdorf Goodman at an exclusive event that drew a frenzied crowd.
“For an island girl like me to carry such a prestigious brand like Puma from just the athleticism of the brand to glamour — and bring it all the way to Bergdorf Goodman — is such a big deal for me. It makes me feel very special. Thank you, guys, for taking a chance on me. I can’t believe my fans can come here and buy my collection,” she said at the time.
The collection is also available at Foot Locker’s prestige retail concept Six:02.