Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 3 September 2015

RiRi's feeling blue

Published 11/09/2013


Rihanna wore a bold electric blue lipstick and a furry varsity jacket to launch her Fall/Winter 13 line for high street store River Island in London yesterday.

The 25-year-old singer rocked up to the party for her Fall/Winter 13 line for the high street store in London in the bright lippy and a casual ensemble. Wearing an oversized black and white varsity jacket with fur sleeves over a see-through blouse, Rihanna completed the look with a pair of dark jeans and black heels.

Not forgetting to wear her hair in a crazy style, the popstar sported a long mullet hairdo to add to her crop.

Writing about the event, which took place at the exclusive penthouse suite at the Dorchester Hotel, the raven-haired beauty shared her excitement with fans on Twitter.

"UK Navy, I'm in London today launching the Autumn #RihannaforRiverIsland range (sic)" she tweeted.

After serving cocktails and mingling with guests, the party then moved on to Mayfair's Cut restaurant.

One star who attended the launch was Rihanna's close pal Cara Delevingne. The British model supported her friend by wearing a yellow baseball shirt dress from the collection, which is inspired by urban street wear.

Rihanna previously gushed about how much she loves the clothes and that she created pieces she would wear herself.

"I literally designed everything I want to wear - exactly how I want to wear it," she said in a promotional video.

This collection is her second collaboration with the UK fashion house and is set to hit stores later this week.

It isn't just her clothing Rihanna is promoting while in England.

Earlier this week she projected a huge picture of the advert for her new perfume on London's Marble Arch.

"#ROGUE #LONDON #LondonMarbleArch #BajanTing (sic)" she wrote on Twitter.

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