Rihanna’s youngest brother Rajad Fenty celebrated his 21st birthday this past weekend. What better place to turn 21 than at the Coachella Music Festival? Rihanna joined her brothers for a weekend of family, amazing music and killer fashion. Jahleel Weaver styled Rihanna all weekend. Here’s what she wore.
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Rih rocked the long-sleeve crystal bodysuit (with the mask!) and the logo top that reads “common sense is not that common”. Rihanna opted to wear her own distressed shorts.
Her shades are also by Gucci. These are the chunky studded sunglasses ($1,105), which feature gold studs, pearl beads and the Gucci logo. She designed the strapped sneaker boots ($390) for the Fenty x Puma Spring 2017 collection. The platform shoes have a padded collar and a front zip closure.
The singer’s jewellery included a morganite and white diamond ring by Pasquale Bruni and a white diamond ring from Hearts on Fire.
The final look of the weekend consisted of denim pieces from one of her favourite emerging designers and sunglasses from a longtime collaborator.
Matthew Adams Dolan is probably best known for his oversize denim pieces beloved by Rihanna. On the final night (April 16) she wore a denim jacket with slits on the sleeve and the jeans pictured above. The flared jeans have slits that go straight up the thighs. Both items are from Dolan’s Fall 2017 collection.
Rih donned a pair of sunglasses from Adam Selman‘s Fall 2017 collection designed in collaboration with Le Specs. Selman worked as Rihanna’s costume designer for several years before starting his eponymous clothing line. Her Maison Margiela boots are from the brand’s Fall 2001 collection. The thigh-high boots have a wedge heel and split toe design. She previously wore these in July last year.
Update: Rihanna wore the above diamond rings by Gilan. The jewellery house is popular among socialites. One of her choker is vintage Christian Dior sourced from Depuis 1924.
Last updated December 10, 2017