Beach chic and motocross merge for Rihanna’s latest Fenty x Puma collection
The pop star goes all out with biker cool beach attire for spring 2018.
If you were expecting more of the same with Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma collaboration, then think again.
The bad girl has only gone and blasted it out of the park with her super badass spring 2018 collection.
She’s managed to mix two opposing worlds – high adrenaline motorsports with beach chic – and the results are pretty mind-blowing.
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The Fenty x Puma Ready to Wear Spring Collection
Playing up to her daring and fun-loving tomboy image, the pop singer has made sure the collection is dominated by gender-fluid, oversized silhouettes, sporty zip-ups and leggings combined with the most super skintight swimwear – all in an array of blinding colors.
You’ll be able to choose from detailed moto jackets, leather driving pants, high-hipped bodysuits, oversized hoodies, graphic tees and crop tops.
And if you want to keep it real down at the beach or pool, you’ll be able to take your pick from mono-kinis and bikinis.
Expect to see Riri’s classic sporty footwear updated with the likes of creepers in PVC, bungee cord lace-ups and ankle strap heels.
Plus bags and jewelry will also form part of the pop singer’s collection.
The designs were shown during the star’s Fenty x Puma fashion show at New York Fashion Week in 2017.
During the show, the models hit the runway, gliding past mounds of pink, glittery sand while motocross stuntmen on roaring motorbikes performed crazy 360-degree tricks. The bad girl certainly knows how to leave an impression.
The first Fenty x Puma Spring and Summer 2018 drop is due to hit Puma online on March 15. The second drop is planned for March 30, with further drops expected throughout May and June. Watch this space.
Shop for items from Rihanna’s existing Fenty x Puma range at select Bloomingdale’s stores or online. And while you’re at it, get yourself some other great deals with our Bloomingdale’s promotions.
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