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Friday 27 May 2016

Rihanna's rare bikini

Published 31/12/2013

Rihanna in the bronze bikini
Rihanna in the bronze bikini

Rihanna has managed to get her hands on a very rare, Swarovski-studded swimsuit.

The singer has been spending the holidays in her home country of Barbados, where she's been spotted enjoying the beach in a variety of glamorous swimsuits.

Recently she stepped out in a metallic piece, which HollywoodLife claims is a Charlie by Matthew Zink Bronze Crystal Deco Bikini, costing $990.

According to the website, only ten have been produced, making it a very rare item for fans of the brand to get their hands on.

Luckily Rihanna is such a staple in the fashion world, so it's no wonder she managed to bag one of the exclusive pieces.

Accessorised with 2,638 Swarovski crystals and featuring a shimmering bronze material, the bikini really made the 25-year-old stand out as she sunbathed and swam.

Finishing her look off with gold hoop earrings, Rihanna proved that she knows how to make a style statement on and off the stage.

It's not the first time the star has been spotted in one of Matthew Zink's swimwear pieces.

Earlier this year she posted pictures of herself in another of his two pieces on her Instagram page, showing off her perfectly toned beach body.

The designer is thrilled to have her on board as a fan.

"Rihanna's sensuality and youthful energy make her the perfect muse for Charlie," he told

"I think our styles help celebrate Rihanna's natural confidence and sexuality. I can't tell you how proud I am to have her as a #charliefan."

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