Rihanna's Summer River Island Collection Is For Her 'Fat Days'

May 14, 2013 by Katelyn Holland
shefinds | Celebrity
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Rihanna’s second River Island collection hits store May 25. The superstar claims she designed the clothing  to wear on her “fat days.” Which is awesome…if you feel like wearing a mesh crop top on your fat days. Click through the slideshow above to see the new summer pieces and check out the behind the scenes video for the collection here. [StyleCaster]

And some more news from today…

Kate Middleton won’t be able to avoid wearing maternity clothing much longer. See the scandalous design Karl Lagerfeld has in mind for her growing baby bump. [Fashionista]

Kenzo’s printed swimwear is finally here! [SSENSE]

Let Michelle Obama teach you how to work a summer cardigan. [Lucky]

Karlie Kloss designed a denim line for ‘freakishly tall’ women. [Racked]

Fight world hunger with Michael Kors’ 100 Series watches. [Michael Kors]

Oliver Peoples knows that the key to being a street style star is an awesome pair of shades. The brand’s new “Shades of OZ” collection features five exclusive sunglasses designed by famous fashion bloggers. [MyTheresa]

Goodbye Khroma, hello Kardashian Beauty! The Kardashians rename their cosmetics line. [Glam]

This bottle of Chanel perfume costs $4,200. Are you surprised? [Styleite]

Anne Hathaway shows off her new blonde locks. Love it or hate it? [The Fashion Spot]

Actress Shenae Grimes got married over the weekend in an all black Vera Wang dress. [Glamour Weddings]

Get the Ella Moss printed pants ($138) that are a favorite of Zoe Saldana and Alessandra Ambrosio. [Mama’s A Rolling Stone]

Kitsch bags that aren’t by Charlotte Olympia. [Bag Snob]

Princess Charlene of Monaco might be our new favorite royal fashionista. See her stunning all-white outfit. [InStyle]

This skinny neon belt that will add an appropriate pop of color to any workout outfit. [Corporette]

[Photo: Grazia Daily]



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