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Thursday 18 December 2014

Rihanna celebrates clothing launch

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Rihanna arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Rihanna presented her collection for River Island in London last night.

The Barbadian beauty hit London in a thigh-skimming black dress from her collection and unveiled her creations to an exclusive audience.

The singer-and-designer put on a catwalk show for her adoring audience, featuring key looks from her highly-anticipated line.

A black dungaree dress featured, along with a leather-sleeved varsity jacket and her iconic hooded jumpsuit.

At the end of the presentation, the 25-year-old star took her bow, looking gorgeous with her long chestnut hair swept over one shoulder.

Lucky competition winners posed with Rihanna for pictures afterwards, before being allowed to get their hands on her designs first.

The store later opened to the general public until midnight, while the collection launched online at 1am.

Rihanna’s pieces are now available throughout selected River Island shops.

After the big launch, the singer headed to the after-party to celebrate her success.

Held at DSTRKT club in the UK’s capital, she was joined by Will Smith who is currently in London with son Jaden.

For the bash, Rihanna donned two pairs of jeans layered over one another to create an on-trend double denim effect.

She teamed the look with a loose white T-shirt that showed of her midriff and accessorised with a selection of necklaces worn together.

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