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Rihanna launches River Island line

Rihanna showed off a mullet and blue lips as she launched her latest River Island fashion range in London.

The 25-year-old singer opted for a boyish look, complete with sheer body, fur varsity jacket and jeans - all from her range - as she arrived at the flagship store in Oxford Street for the opening of the Rihanna For River Island autumn/winter collection.

"UK Navy, I'm in London today launching the Autumn #RihannaforRiverIsland range," she tweeted before her arrival.

At the bash, which saw the shop transformed into Club RiRi for the night, Rihanna partied with Cara Delevingne, who wore a yellow T-shirt dress featuring the slogan G4Life, also from the collection.

"Always a pleasure @rihanna @river_island #g4life #riverisland #loveyou," the model wrote, along with a photo of her posing with the Umbrella songstress.

The line, which is available from September 12 and consists of 80 pieces, marks Rihanna's second collaboration with the high street store.

"This collection is definitely really special to me. I think I got a lot of freedom and I got to put a lot more of myself into it. I literally designed everything I wanted to wear, exactly how I wanted to wear. And I'm giving it a New York street vibe," she said.

"I had so much fun designing it for summer/spring that autumn was just balls out. We had fun and just went for it and did things we didn't get to do before, and that's why I'm excited. It's different, it's fresh."

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