In Pics: Rihanna's Exquisite Look In Sabyasachi And Manish Malhotra

Global popstar Rihana sparkles in Sabyasachi And Manish Malhotra's adorable look

Rihanna Edited by Updated: Jun 13, 2024, 2:35 pm
In Pics: Rihanna's Exquisite Look In Sabyasachi And Manish Malhotra

In Pics: Rihana's Exquisite Look In Sabyasachi And Manish Malhotra

Global popstar Rihanna sparkles in her red outfit adorned with the iconic masterpiece of the Sabyasachi necklace and Manish Malhotra’s ruby choker in the Fenty Hair launch.

The city of Los Angeles witnessed the exquisite look of the popstar in the launch of her new venture, Fenty Hair. The singer has been expanding her beauty empire with the launch of her new haircare line. Being a global icon, Rihanna’s choice of fashion always has its richness and uniqueness. Known for her trendsetting, Rihanna had adorned herself with Sabyasachi jewelry.

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The popstar appeared in a maroon-red oversized zipper jacket, skirt and camisole in the shade of ruby, matching her one-of-a-kind jewelry.

The fashion glam of Rihanna has been enhanced by wearing a special ruby choker made of 18-karat gold and encrusted with custom-cut diamonds by Bollywood’s go-to costume designer Manish Malhotra.

She kept her soft caramel brown curls intact and used Fenty Hair to look fly and keep her hair stylish and healthy. The necklace with the craftsmanship of the renowned Indian designer Sabyasachi had its unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, which adds boldness to her look.

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Interestingly, this isn’t the first time, the global icon has worn Indian jewellery, she had also adorned herself in Indian jewels during the pre-wedding celebration of Anat Ambani and Radhika Merchant. Where she has worn a lace dress designed by The Attico. Her zari-embroidered pink silk coat by Dolce & Gabbana that she wore for the concert took inspiration from Indian embroidery and traditional design patterns.