Yesterday Rihanna performed for the first time in 2017 at TDE’s fourth annual Christmas concert. Patrons gained free entry to the concert if they showed up with a wrapped gift for less fortunate children. Rihanna is quite the philanthropist so I know this appealed to her a lot. Rih graced the stage with Kendrick Lamar to perform their hit song “Loyalty” as well as “Bitch Better Have My Money”, “Wild Thoughts” and “Lemon”.Styled by Jahleel Weaver, the Barbadian superstar was a vision in white and stood out against the massive crowd that showed up for the performance. Here’s what she wore.
Underneath that she rocked this white Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2018 look. The jacket has a zip front closure, epaulettes and a drawstring hem while the skirt is belted. Both pieces boast stud detail. Rihanna loves this collection. Click here to check out another skirt suit she wore earlier this year and click here to view the denim pants she rocked on December 8. And beneath that Tom Ford jacket she wore a vintage lace Dior bodysuit.
Off-White is another favourite brand of hers and Rihanna sported the white “For Walking” over-the-knee boots ($784). These feature a pointed toe, black text on the outer side and a back zip closure.
Her sunglasses are Gentle Monster‘s Palabra shades. The square titanium frames have grey mirrored lenses. The sunglasses are exclusively available at SSENSE for $215.The megastar’s jewellery included diamond hoop earrings and a diamond choker by Neil Lane. She also wore one of Chopard‘s Happy Sports pavé diamond watches, which have several loose diamonds floating around the face. Hearts on Fire designed the jewels pictured above. They are an Aerial Victorian bypass diamond ring worth $29,900, an Aerial diamond bracelet worth $49,500 and a Triplicity Fringe bracelet worth $60,000. Rih also donned one of Lynn Ban‘s orbital hoop ear cuffs in black rhodium with black diamonds ($2,500) and a Loree Rodkin pavé diamond and 18k white gold ankh ring ($13,944). Chrome Hearts designed her other bracelets.
Last updated February 11, 2018