Before we end 2016 I thought I should post two outfits that I missed last year. Both are from August 2015 and show different sides of Rihanna’s personality. Let’s dive in!
First we’ve got Rihanna at the Sayers Club on August 20th, 2015. She was apparently there for a Travis Scott performance. She made a men’s tee look super sexy with a pair of white sandals.
Isaac Sellam Experience Trouillard t-shirt
Tom Ford white padlock naked strap sandals
The tee she wore as a dress is from Isaac Sellam Experience
‘s menswear collection. It’s the Trouillard
tee, which features straps dangling from the hem. Of course, it’s sold out but click here
to shop the current women’s collection or click here
for menswear. Rihanna’s shoes are Tom Ford
‘s padlock sandals. The minimalist heels feature gold hardware.
Rafaello and Co Roc Nation logo pendant necklace
Inez and Vinoodh beaded pearl necklace
Rih really layered her jewellery that night. She wore a Roc Nation
paper plane logo necklace designed by Rafaello & Co
along with a white pearl beaded necklace
(from $1,645) by Inez & Vinoodh
. Additionally, she sported several necklaces, bangles and anklets by Jacquie Aiche
. Among these is a gemstone and diamond Y tassel necklace. A similar one is available on Aiche’s website
right now for $8,750.
The singer dined at Giorgio Baldi restaurant on August 26th, 2015. She donned a suit by an emerging Russian brand called Walk of Shame.
The pink gingham suit, which is from the Spring 2015 collection, consists of a double-breasted jacket with large white buttons and pants with elasticated cuffs. Head over to Selfridges to check out the brand’s newest collection.
Dior Fusion 2015 sneakers
MCM cosmetics train case
Jennifer Fisher custom Fenty” gothic letter diamond necklace
Rihanna wore a pair of Dior
‘s Fusion sneakers. Her version of the shoes is pink with a grey sole. The Bajan entertainer also carried a limited edition MCM
train case (similar pictured above). She rocked a custom “Fenty” nameplate necklace by Jennifer Fisher
as well as the same jewelley mentioned earlier.