Rihanna Rocking The Casual Luxe In Versace

Rihanna was recently spotted doing an errand run in her neighbourhood’s Bristol Farms, she wore the Vintage 90s white and black checkered sunglasses from Gianni Versace (model No. 416 SC1). These black and white sunglasses belong to the collection line dedicated to Elton John. These are specially created in Italy, with the logo engraved on the sides. These offer a regal runway look for the wearer.  She dressed these beauties in a loose Hawaiian shirt with Artist Print in multicolour emblazoned with bold pink and green graphics, is fresh from the Celine Homme x Tyson Reeder spring/summer 2021 collaboration. She complimented this with a glittery Lavender coloured Uma Triangle bralette by Love Stories.

Completing her casually luxe approach, Rihanna wore distressed denim shorts by Arvixe. Rihanna was the total Hollywood star running errands in strappy sandals in metallic and smooth leather by Amina Muaddi. These have a think strap with an open toe and adjustable ankle twist strap and chain.
She also stepped up the accessories for the day: layers of gold anklets, a thick gold chain necklace, huge statement rings, even a neon-green face mask.

Rihanna is a popular Barbadian singer, actress, and businesswoman. Rihanna’s album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007), incorporated elements of dance-pop and established her status as a sex symbol in the music industry. The chart-topping single “Umbrella” earned Rihanna her first Grammy Award and catapulted her to global stardom. She continued to mix pop, dance, and R&B genres on her next studio albums, Rated R (2009), Loud (2010), Talk That Talk (2011), and Unapologetic (2012), which became her first Billboard 200 number one. Rihanna is known for her involvement in humanitarian causes, entrepreneurial ventures, and the fashion industry. She is the founder of the nonprofit organisation Clara Lionel Foundation, cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty, and fashion house Fenty under LVMH. Rihanna has also ventured into acting, appearing in a variety of roles.


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