When it comes to style, Rihanna’s never been afraid to mix and match ultrafeminine silhouettes with streetwear-inspired pieces.
The 31-year-old embodied her distinct fashion ethos yesterday in Paris at the pop-up for her new LVMH label, Fenty. She rocked a masculine-meets-feminine khaki look: an oversized jacket with a navy lining, a white T-shirt and a slim-fitting miniskirt.
On her feet, the “Love on the Brain” singer sported soaring sandals with a pin-thin stiletto heel and a pointed silhouette.
The “Work” hitmaker accessorized with a gold anklet, a series of pendant necklaces and racing sunglasses.
From head to heel, the A-lister’s look was from Fenty. The brand’s wares are available to shop at the Paris pop-up now, with styles going online beginning May 29.
“You know, I’m a curvy girl, so if I can’t wear my stuff, it’s not going to work,” she said. “I need to see it on my hips, I need to see it on my thighs, I need to see it on my stomach. Is it making me look snatch, or is it just good on a fit model?”
The Fenty Beauty mogul wore another look from her collection at the Wednesday launch, commanding attention in a white blazer dress and brown sandals from the brand.
Both yesterday’s outfit and Wednesday’s fuse streetwear and feminine elements — something Rihanna describes as key to her first Fenty collection.
“I love to dress in men’s clothing and clothing that’s inspired by men’s clothing, but I also love to put on a gown and a slip and a heel and an earring, and so I just like to put those two things together all the time. Every time I dress, it’s like a little bit of two things or three worlds together, and so it had to be reflected here,” she explained.
Click through the gallery to see how Rihanna has styled pieces from her Fenty brands.
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