The trends that have emerged from the Fall / Winter 2021 runways serve as the perfect antidote to a stalled year. The designers approached their collections with all guns: sequin embellishments dazzled in every fashion city, while sheer dresses, patterned jumpsuits and XXL sleeves were recurring themes. The heels were very high, as were the hems, and the party vibe – like the clothes – reflected an impending explosion of pent-up energy.
Rihanna is on board with the return of the clothes to go out. In fact, her wardrobe has remained largely unchanged since the coronavirus, with the exception of the occasional raised tracksuit or her sky-blue Maisie Wilen terry cloth parting. The crisis in no way restricted Rih’s style. Frequent visits to her favorite Santa Monica spot, family-owned Italian restaurant Giorgio Baldi, have seen her float between hypebeast-approved streetwear (camouflage-print cargo ships and emerald Brain Dead sweatpants) and silky dresses.
For a recent outing at The Nice Guy – a dimly lit celebrity haunt in Beverly Hills – she combined a coveted vintage with pieces from the new season. Rih paired brand new jewel pumps designed by collaborator Fenty Amina Muaddi with a t-shirt from the Essence Spring / Summer 2021 collection by Wales Bonner, a Dolce & Gabbana ultra-mini skirt from the 70s, a vintage Hermès scarf from the 70s. – worn as a bandana – a vintage Fendi Zucca tote bag from the luxury resale platform, Vintage by Misty, and a sparkling Eleuteri necklace. That’s a lot of talking points at one glance.
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The singer is increasingly an archival buyer: she wears Gucci by Tom Ford feathered jeans, retro checkered Versace sunglasses, an azure ’90s Dior beaded choker, a monogrammed handbag. 80s zebra print Fendi and vintage shield sunglasses from Chanel in recent years. month. A very trendy look and promote a more clothing conscious approach? Commendable.
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