Belfast Telegraph

Rihanna: My line isn't too sexy

Rihanna has hit back at critics of her fashion line, claiming her designs are not "too sexy" for the high street.

The singer showcased her debut designs for British high street store River Island at London Fashion Week on Saturday.

The racy ensembles came under fire from some fashion critics, but Rihanna has denied that her clothing line is over the top.

“Everyone can wear this line. It’s not costume, it’s not too sexy. It’s very easy and laidback," Rihanna told GraziaDaily. "I designed every piece in the collection so I could wear it and I think my fans trust my style so they’ll have fun with it.”

The Barbadian beauty continued to share her thoughts on her collection. Rihanna described what inspired her creations and who her target audience is.

“The collection is casual, chic, flirty and for all body types. I wanted all girls to really want to wear this and be comfortable in it but still feel edgy. I wanted the character to come out in the clothes without trying too hard," she said.

Rihanna added that the line, which features models Jourdan Dunn and Charlotte Free in the promotional images, contains pieces to suit all emotions.

“My style is definitely inspired by my mood so this collection will feature a range of different moods and attitudes because I’m assuming my fans will feel the same way," she finished.

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