Rihanna Aiambia Voguemagazine her current Fashion Obsession na style evolution yake

Rihanna slayed hard kwenye conference ya Vogue magazine ,ni mmoja wa Forces of fashion ulimwenguni,watu kibao tunamfatilia ana vaa nini na wapi.

So alipoitwa kwenye conference hii alikua kavaa outfit by Tom Ford SS 18 collection ,ikiwa ina include a mini skirt na jacket vyote vikiwa denim ,akavaa na boots.

On Fenty x Puma’s wildly immersive runway shows.

“It’s creating the environment to tell the story of the product and the product in that case was the clothing. I wanted people to feel what I was trying to say and what the clothes were trying to portray by creating an environment that represents the clothes. It’s important that the right clothes are shown in the right place.”

On her current fashion obsessions.

“You know what I’m really enjoying right now, I love the tailored looks that feel fresh and youthful. Sometimes even with sneakers or my hair just up in a ponytail. Fashion always has a way of coming full circle, and now I’m seeing on the runway looks that my mom wore, and I’m like, does that mean that I’m old or that it’s new and fresh? That’s my favorite stuff.”

On her personal style evolution.

“It started with bad style, but you’ve got to start somewhere. You live and you learn and you make mistakes. I’m always up for a challenge, and if I don’t get it right the first time or the first hundred thousand times, I keep going. [I think] really knowing myself, really knowing exactly what my boundaries are. For me there aren’t many boundaries with fashion, really. I want to do everything and in the most extreme way possible, but [my style evolution] started with me knowing myself and knowing what I want.”

On being held to a different standard as a celebrity designer.

“Rightfully so, I would be a fool to expect anything less. I also believe that everyone should be accountable, especially the designer of the brand. What I love the most is when someone who is not a fan of mine walks into a store and loves a piece, loves the product, whether it’s makeup or clothes. That tells me a lot, it means that you genuinely love what I have to offer—I like when things are respected solely for how great they are.”

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