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Friday 25 July 2014

Rihanna teases River Island collection

Rihanna

Rihanna has revealed pictures showing her designing her second collection for British high street store River Island.

The singer recently made her design debut with her first collection for the British high street store.

Rihanna showcased her first offering at a catwalk event during London Fashion Week, which was one of the highlights.

Over the weekend the Barbadian beauty teased fans with images of herself, hard at work on her next highly-anticipated pieces.

“Me and my better half @adamselman in design mode!! We went to #WERK on the upcoming #RihannaForRIVERISLAND Autumn and Winter collections! No really, we took it there! Like it’s not fair that you could get this kinda sh*t at #RIHverIsland (sic)” Rihanna posted on her Instagram page along with the photo.

Adam is Rihanna's trusted costume designer and collaborator for her River Island designs. In the pictures, the pair is seen deliberating over what look like sketches of a tie-dye winter-floral printed shorts suit. This is in keeping with Rihanna's recent fondness for similar Isabel Marant designs, which she's been snapped wearing.

The star is currently on her Diamonds World Tour. Today her stylist Mel Ottenberg revealed to WWD that she will wear items from her River Island collection on stage. Rihanna will apparently rock the grunge boot style for her performances as well as showing off some footwear by other hot designers.

“I’m excited for more moments with our favourite shoe designers: Manolo Blahnik, Tom Ford, Christian Louboutin and Pierre Hardy,” Mel revealed.

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