HERE’S WHAT WENT DOWN AT RIHANNA’S FASHION SHOW FOR PUMA
Everything you need to know about BadGalRiri’s debut collection as Puma woman’s creative director.
Despite what Kanye might have you think, there is, in fact, room for another buzzy fashion show from a pop star-turned-fashion-designer on the New York Fashion Week calendar.
Tonight’s offering comes from Rihanna, who presented her first collection as the creative director of Puma’s womenswear.
Here she is creative director-ing:
Unlike Kanye’s casual and intimate presentation in front of 18,000 of his nearest and dearest at Madison Square Garden, Rihanna put on a more traditional runway show for Puma, showcasing a cohesive collection of what you might call statement athleisure. She stuck to a black and white color palette, and the styling hewed dark and gothic (see: black lipstick and rosaries).
There were wearable, covetable items like platform creepers, cropped lace-up sweatshirts and matching track pants, oversized hoodies, extra long coach jackets, and boxers.
And Naomi Campbell, fresh from her modeling stint the night before, was on hand to celebrate: