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Rihanna’s final collection for River Island has all the usual suspects — bomber jackets, hot pants and crop tops — but this time she’s forgone the camo and gone festive. And as unabashed season pushers, we’re liking the results. Knitted briefs and cut-out crop tops guarantee your Thanksgiving dinner table isn’t bereft of talking points, while metallic tuxedo dresses and velvet maxis add both elegance and warmth.
Wondering what’s with the discernible lack of camo on the streets recently? Well here’s your answer: Rihanna has exhausted the world’s supply in creating her Fall 2013 collection for River Island. No mean feat considering the abundance of cropped styles that run throughout, but then there are a whopping 80 pieces to choose from come September 12.
Rihanna’s third collection for high street brand River Island is due to hit stores on September 12, and those crop tops have not been designing themselves.
In less than two weeks you’ll be free to snap up as many crop tops, jumpsuits, and crocheted maxi skirts as you please from Rihanna’s summer collection for River Island, but until then, you’ll just have to bide your time flipping through the lookbook. Luckily, we’ve got it right here, with prices and all!
Rihanna‘s sophomore collection for UK high street brand River Island drops May 25, and since the first sold like hot cakes (or should we say hot pants), we’d advise you start making a game plan now if you want a piece of round two. So what can you expect? We’ve got the details here, but suffice it to say we hope you’ve been hitting the gym.
Starting Tuesday, New York City’s Opening Ceremony will start selling Rihanna‘s River Island collection, and to kick things off, the retailer curated seven of her most famous ensembles for a “RIHtrospective”.
After months of buzz, Rihanna‘s fashion line for British high street chain River Island made its debut Saturday at London Fashion Week! And, what do you know, it looks ever so Rihanna-ish.
Rihanna is doing all sorts of fashion-y things lately. First it was a reality show, and now she’s designing a collection for British high street brand River Island.