Rihanna Leaves NYC In Isabel Marant and Delvaux

Rihanna wearing Isabel Marant Etoile red checked jacket, Air Jordan 1 sneakers, Trapstar Monster bucket hat, Delvaux ceci n'est pas un Delvaux Brillant handbag, Rihanna for River Island g4life white bralet, Bape camo jacketRihanna seems to favouring Isabel Marant Étoile at the moment. Just yesterday she was spotted in a striped button front shirt from the brand. Today, as the singer left NYC she wore a red and black checked coat from the Fall/Winter 2014 collection. The boxy coat is made of a wool blend and has two large front pockets and a single button closure. Underneath Rih wore a bralet as a top, which is reminiscent of this outfit from a few days ago. The top is from the Rihanna for River Island Fall 2013 collection and featues a black band printed with the word ‘G4LIFE’. Tied around her waist is a camo jacket by BAPE. The hooded jacket dates all the way back to 2009 and you can click here to see how Rih wore it back then.

The style icon carried quite an enviable handbag. The bag was designed by Delvaux in collaboration with Barneys. According to Womens Wear Daily, the Ceci N’est Pas Un Delvaux (this is not a Delvaux) handbag was created in honour of artist René Magritte. This leather bag is made in the style of the brand’s Brillant bag, which is a classic structured shoulder bag with a useful top handle, but it is made special by the graffiti’d text. Only 10 of these bags are to be sold exclusively at Barneys and each will cost $7,350. Rih’s shoes are her favourite Air Jordan 1 sneakers in the varsity red/black colourway.

Rihanna carrying Diane Von Fursterberg The Woman I Wanted To Be bookHer jewellery included a diamond estate necklace from Kentshire, a MALA by Patty Rodriguez Where you from? necklace that says ‘Bridgetown’, a diamond and gold body chain by Jacquie Aiche and a diamond coil ring by Lynn Ban. The bucket hat is by Trapstar and is part of Monster Tour merchandise.

PS. Rihanna is reading an advanced copy of Diane Von Furstenberg‘s highly anticipated book, The Woman I Wanted To Be. The iconic designer who is best known for creating the revolutionary wrap dress, partying with Warhol and marrying a prince spent four years working on the book, which will be released in late October. You can pre-order it here ($20). This one is a must-read!

Update: You can now purchase The Monster Tour bucket hat for $30 from Rihanna’s official online store.