Get the look: RIRI.

02.04.2013 @ 17:29 - 2 Comments

Diamonds world tour costume credits

 

Rihanna's first show commenced in Bufflo in New York. Gracing the stage in varieties of different costume made outfits. Check below for more info on her look:

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For the ballad section of the Diamonds World Tour, Rihanna teamed up again with her personal costume designer, Adam Selman, to enchance the signature knotted look like before during her red carpet and for her Rihanna for River Island collection line.  To complete her look, Rihanna wore red Manolo Blahnik pumps attached to her ankles with a necklace by Lynn Ban (not pictured).

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Adam Selman designed this red, yellow and outlined in black bra -including Rihanna's leather pants with easy patterns. Manolo Blahnik are behind Rihanna's white snake skin boots.

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Adam Selman's custom made  dress and  Pierre Hardy's designed shoes automatically states that Rihanna clearly has money on her mind.  When Rihanna comes out on stage for this opening act (not pictured), Rihanna is seen with a dollar print jacket with Depuis1924 vintage Jean Paul Gaultier sunglasses before taking both of them off.

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When the lights are down and Rihanna suddenly appears gracing ''Mother Mary'', she is seen sitting down in the dark with a light gracing over her in a black cloak by Givency by Riccardo Tisci. Afterwards, Rihanna takes off her black cloak and performs to ''Phresh Out The Runway'' in a head to toe look also by Givenchy/Tisci with over the knee nappa leather boots by Tisci, too.

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Lastly, Rihanna is rocking out and giving it her all in a custom made made tee replica of Raf Simons' 1995 'Sea of Desire'. Underneath her Raf Simons shirt, Rihanna is wearing shorts byWolford and a bra by Eres; Rihanna completed her look lastly with white Christian Louboutinboots, Depuis1924 vintage Jean Paul Gaultier  sunglasses and a custom made gold necklace byMichael Schmidt.

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Custom beaded jumpsuit Alber Albaz for Lanvin. Jewellery and accessories also by the same designer