If you were lucky enough to catch Rihanna’s Puma x Fenty Collection at Paris Fashion Week or the Tidal live stream like most of us, one thing was clear — Rihanna designs for well, Rihanna. The “Marie Antoinette at the gym” inspired line put an ultra-feminine spin on streetwear staples like hoodies, baseball caps, sneakers and more. But was it the singer’s aim to dress fans like miniature clones, assembling her own real life navy?
The pretty pastel pieces were gorg to look at, but our guess is that unless your name starts with “Robyn” and ends in “Fenty,” they might be a slight challenge to pull off. But we know that won’t stop The Navy. Here are some tips if you want to recreate the runway styles to look just like RiRi.
Rihanna’s been known to rock lingerie on the street of New York, Paris and just about everywhere else so it’s no surprise she showed an elegant nightie. Stacks of pearls and a hoodie complete an ensemble RiRi would most likely be spotted in casually shopping on a Tuesday afternoon, wine glass in tow.
A mix of transparent shirts, baggy pants and jewels on both the men and women models suggest that the collection is gender fluid. This is definitely a signature move of the singer who often mixes girly getups with tomboy vibes.
The sun wasn’t out, but the nips were. Rihanna’s wardrobe, just like her Spring ’17 collection, includes many tops that are in line with the #FreeTheNipple campaign.
It was only a matter of time before someone brought back windbreakers. The pop star's been known to rock one, whether it be on stage or court side at a basketball game.
(Photo: Victor Boyko/Getty Images for Fenty x Puma)
For the past 10 years, Yusef has been dictating all of the beauty trends we emulate via his most famous client, none other than Rihanna. He started out his career as a performer, but he ended up behind the scenes. In Hairstory, he details his rise in the industry from aspiring singer to creative directing the hair for Fenty x Puma.