Yesterday, Rihanna left her hotel in London wearing this gorgeous jumpsuit! It’s bold floral lace print and slouchy style are perfectly in sync with this season’s trends, and the covered-up look suits the R&B singer, who is more often seen … Continue reading
But then came fashion weeks in Europe, and the see-through stripes style dress was seen again on the runway…and again…and again… until it could no longer be dismissed as a one-time risk taken by Rihanna.
In Paris, Pedro Lourenco used black fur while Vionnet displayed the look in a baby blue colour, and Norma Kamalli showcased a more casual and conservative take on the style in New York. Commuun opted for a monochrome style of the dress, and Emanuel Ungaro went metallic and flashy with his design.
It looks like what appeared to be an avant-garde red carpet look at first, may come to be a bona fide trend this Fall season!
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It has become quite clear that singers never stick to singing once they reach superstardom. They feel the need to capitalize on their success and popularity, by branching out into the fashion and beauty industries; be it starting their own clothing line or launching a perfume. Rihanna’s starting off with the latter.
The fragrance is named after the tattoo on Rihanna’s neck that reads “Rebelle Fleur,” which is French for “rebel flower,” the nickname given to her by her grandmother in Barbados.
“Over the years, I layered many different scents to get something that was truly my own. But I wanted something that said ‘Rihanna was here.’ Something delicious and special, a fragrance with subtle hints that linger and leave a sexy memory,” said Rihanna .
Take a look at the promotional video:
Reb’l Fleur can be purchased at Macy’s stores for $49-$59.
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