One of the great joys of existing at the same time as Robyn Rihanna Fenty is getting to see her oufits. She slays a look on a daily basis and can literally make anything ~fashion~, even a strip club. When you think about RiRi's best looks, there's likely a LOT that comes to mind. But for her newest Stance collection, called "Iconic Looks," the bad gal narrowed her best fits down to four looks, which appear on the socks. Rob Kardashian's sock brand is shook!
The socks come in two sets, each with two pairs, both of which retail for $48. The "Music Video" box contains two looks from Rihanna's iconic music videos. (She really is unparalleled when it comes to visuals, hence her 2016 MTV VMAs Video Vanguard award!) One pair depicts the crop-over-inspired outfit that was featured in her "Pour It Up" video, an ode to the strip club, complete with ass-less chaps and stripper heels. The other is the gloriously Rasta-inspired outfit she wore while trapping Drake's thirst in the "Work" music video.
The "Awards Show" box features her jaw-dropping CFDA Awards and Met Gala looks. For the 2014 CFDA Awards, when Rihanna was awarded the Fashion Icon Award, she wore a Swarovski crystal-encrusted gown by Adam Selman. (This was also the night she famously asked a reporter, "Do my tits bother you? They're covered in Swarovski crystals, girl!") Rihanna has since revealed that her only regret in her entire life was not wearing a crystal-encrusted thong under the dress as well. Her 2015 Met Gala look, created by Chinese Couturier Guo Pei, was perfect for the "China: Through the Looking Glass" theme, a theme which many other Met Gala go-ers botched thanks to their cultural insensitivities.
What better way to prove you're the ultimate #Navy stan than with an illustration of Princess RiRi on your foot! Will you be copping? We know we are!
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