Pre-Rehearsal Style In Versace, Trapstar And Balenciaga

Rihanna wearing vintage Versace blue croc sunglasses from Depuis 1924, Trapstar for The Monster Tour Pour It Up photo t-shirt, Celine white crisscross slide sandals, Balenciaga Fall 2014 crocodile tote, Lynn Ban coil cuffsRihanna was photographed on her way to the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey yesterday and she later posted some photos to Facebook from The Monster Tour rehearsal. She wore vintage Versace sunglasses, which were purchased from Depuis 1924. This is one of Rih’s favourite places for fabulous vintage finds especially by Chanel and Versace that are perfect both onstage and off. The sunglasses have round light blue frames and darker blue handles and she’s previously worn a similar version in pink.

Rihanna also wore a photo tee from The Monster Tour x Trapstar. The photo is a still from the singer’s Pour It Up music video and shows her sitting on a gilded chair. Her sandals are from Céline‘s Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Considered to be a high fashion version of the Birkenstock, these white patent leather, crisscross slides are beloved by the fashion set. The shoes were available in store at Barneys New York. After the concert she swapped them for New Balance 574 sneakers in white with grey and black accents.

Rihanna with Balenciaga Fall Winter 2014 crocodile tote with cable strapThe rest of Rih’s accessories included a handbag by Balenciaga. The Fall/Winter 2014 tote is made of grey crocodile leather and features a strap made of palladium cable, which is a luxurious take on something that is very industrial. Unfortunately, the tote is not for sale yet but you can pre-order a calfskin leather tote from the same collection at Neiman Marcus. She also rocked her two favourite necklaces – a diamond estate necklace by Kentshire, a Where you from? necklace from MALA by Patty Rodriguez that says ‘Bridgetown’ – and several rings and gold coil bracelets provided by Lynn Ban. She once again wore Yvonne Léon‘s 18k gold and pearl earrings.


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