The final show of Rihanna and Eminem’s The Monster Tour took place at Comerica Park on August 23, 2014. The Bajan beauty has had the pleasure of performing with Bon Jovi in the past and for this last show she took to the stage in a vintage t-shirt by the band. The super rare tee was released in 1986 in honour of the band’s Slippery When Wet album and it features the band’s name in a bold red font and an illustration of Jon Bon Jovi in all his ’80s hair band glory on the front while the song title You Give Love A Bad Name is printed on the back. All of Rihanna’s vintage tees from the Monster Tour were purchased at Chapel NYC. We first learned about this incredible vintage shop after she wore their MC Lyte t-shirt to the MTV Video Music Awards last year.
Rih’s red pants were custom-made by Tripp NYC, the same brand behind a few other looks on the tour like this plaid dress. The bondage pants are made of red vinyl and are adorned with several black zips as well as grommet straps. Once again, the singer wore Comme des Garçons‘ black high-top sneakers. A few pieces of jewelry were worn thoughout the night and these included Fallon‘s emerald cut silhouette ring and Lynn Ban‘s black rhodium and garnet gash cuff in addition to the jeweller’s chevron ring and vice rings. But during this particular section of the concert, Rih debuted Fallon’s classique crystal collar in gunmetal.
- Fallon classique crystal collar ($375)
The final look of The Monster Tour was designed by Asger Juel Larsen, who was also the designer behind the very first look of the tour.
The pants are from Larsen’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which only debuted two weeks ago during Copenhagen Fashion Week. The bleached green jeans are highly distressed with several strategically-placed rips that reveal the smoky black underside. Rih also wore the matching suspenders. This performance also saw the return of Dr. Martens‘ Jadon white platform boots and Lynn Ban’s coil cuff.
- Dr. Martens Jadon 8-eye platform boot ($170)
With the tour complete it was time to celebrate. After the show’s conclusion, Rihanna partied backstage with the crew, dancers and friends.
She wore a black snapback cap by Pigalle and you can shop their latest collection at Farfetch. The hoodie reads ‘Shady vs. Everybody’ in a camouflage font and it is part of Eminem’s merchandise. His label actually used Carhartt hoodies for the official merchandise. Em is a big fan of the workwear brand and Rihanna is too, which you can tell by checking through the site tag. Sadly, this hoodie is unavailable online. The singer completed her look with New Balance 574 sneakers in a white/black/grey colourway.
- New Balance 574 sneakers in white/grey/black ($80)
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