We're kind of obsessed with Rihanna at the moment - and it's becoming a problem for our wallets! Since touching down in London town nearly two weeks ago, Rihanna has been serving up an amazing daily fashion feast for all her fans to see. Her catwalk? Predominantly her hotel entrance (FYI hard-core RiRi fans - she's staying at The Corinthia Hotel) when she hasn’t been headlining at Radio 1's Hackney Weekend or jetting off to Sweden to perform at the Peace & Love festival.
Looking back through RiRi’s career, her fashionality has gone from Bajan princess (think 'Pon de Replay' prettiness) to leather-clad rock chick for her Rated R album world tour in 2010 and then full on fashionista in 2011 - working all of the catwalk’s most coveted looks from Alexander Wang to Marchesa. Fast forward to 2012 and style chameleon Rihanna has gone all street style/gangsta girl – and sparked a legion of copycats. Baggy basketball shorts with sport vests, baseball caps and high top trainers have become her daily uniform. Loose denim boiler suits teamed with Timberland boots and chunky gold chains or grey marl Adidas tracksuits with a Fendi rucksack have been just two of our favourite day time looks. And who says high heels were a must after dark?! She may have worn them with her shocking pink Acne tuxedo trouser suit, but these days the megastar favours sneakers – and we’re especially intrigued about how she wore them denim cut-offs, Jonathan Aston fishnet cycling shorts and super glam A-Morir sunnies.
Her next performance will be this Sunday at London's Wireless Festival, so it’d be rude not to speculate what the super songstress will be wearing! Here are our top buys for you to click now and get her look. That’s if we don’t get there first….
Swimsuit, £230, We are Handsome at Matches
Sunglasses, £126, Tatty Divine
Fishnet shorts, £6.49, Jonathan Aston
Grey mark tracksuit bottoms, £40, Adidas Originals
Black trainers, £42, Converse
Silver high tops, £67, Nike at Asos
Cap, £30, Boy London
Skull cuff, £495, LeiVanKash at Oxygen Boutique
Black shorts, £40, The Pretty Junk