Rihanna’s style in 8 fashion lessons

Rihanna’s style in 8 fashion lessons

She is the cover girl of the Christmas issue of Vogue Paris. More than just a star, Rihanna is a style

figure, emblem of a new generation of conquerors, feminists and self-made. With her stylist Mel Ottenberg,

the singer has created her own fashion signature, an explosive mix of street, sexy and sharp. A sartorial

coup to copy in 8 points. http://comanbjorn.unblog.fr/2022/01/19/vans-mens-casual-shoes-vans-casual-shoes-amazon/ Getty Images

Lesson number 1: be sexy

Bold yes, but sexy above all. Rihanna is above all a matter of plastic. Curves to fall, she reveals without

restraint as here at the CFDA 2022 when she received the Style Icon Award from Anna Wintour … almost

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Lesson number 2: be bold

The key word? Extravagance. Fashion splurges like this giant “omelette” dress signed by Guo Pei, a Chinese designer

who was unknown at the time (and later made famous), which she wore for the Met 2022 Gala. Last to date? A Comme des

Garçons creation, a dress/work of art with unparalleled technicality, that Rei Kawakubo had designed for her for the

Met 2022 Gala whose theme was none other than Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons . https://brandonguerra.livejournal.com/profile Getty Images

Lesson number 3: wear waders

On stage as well as in the city, the thigh-high boots as a rising value, from the most sporty to the sexiest.

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Lesson number 4: statement pieces only

Like this Saint Laurent heart fur by Hedi Slimane or this PVC cap and trench coat signed by Gosha Rubchinskiy

for Burberry. Coincidence? These three pieces are all collectors, because they come from the latest collections

of designers: Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent and Christopher Bailey for Burberry. https://closetaste5.tumblr.com/post/685462354678448128/air-jordan-retro-12-hot-punch-girls-jordan-retro Getty Images

Lesson number 5: focus on young designers

From Molly Goddard (right) to Hood by Air (left) through Vetements or Gosha, Rihanna and her stylist Mel Ottenberg

play the card of the new: honoring the young creation. Always the coolest of the moment. OLD AIR IS STILL IN THIS YEAR’S RETURN KCS

Lesson number 6: wear male pieces

In fashion, the question of gender becomes almost obsolete. For the singer, it does not matter the gender as

long as the look is sharp. Here, an XL lacquered down jacket designed by Raf Simons, maestro of men’s fashion,

that Rihanna appropriates in her street and sexy way.


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Lesson number 7: focus on streetwear

In 2022, it’s no coincidence that the singer decided to partner with Puma to launch her brand. A street

universe that makes the salt of his look, colorful, funky and always sought. Left: in Gucci, right: in

Fenty x Puma by Rihanna.

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Lesson number 8: know how to play classic

With a twist. Like here, in a revisited Dior tuxedo for her official visit to the Elysée Palace in 2022.