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Rihanna unveils more endeavors

May 10, 2012StyleComments139 Views
Rihanna unveils more endeavors

Rihanna's career is red hot - just like her hair sometimes - and it seems as if the young entrepreneur is only going to increase her workload in the near future. EBONY Magazine reports despite Ri's recent fall back into wearing strictly hip hop clothes, she will soon be pairing up with some of fashion's bigwigs.

According to the source, Rihanna had previously collaborated with Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani and her collections did so well that the creative heads behind the brand are looking to sign her up for more work. This second collaboration will reportedly have a more youthful, street wear style, heavily influenced by Rihanna's own fashion choices.

Fashionista.com revealed some of the potential sketches for the new line and they include a distressed jean jumper, skinny jeans and graphic tees and shorts will a fitted leather jacket.

The singer also announced recently that she will be creating a cologne for men and is set to launch a fashion reality TV show competition in the U.K., SkyLiving.com reports.

According to the source, the new show involves searching for the best up and coming designers in England. Rihanna helped hand-pick the judges including Nicola Roberts of the group Girls Aloud and fashion designer Henry Holland. Rihanna recently spoke with the source about her excitement surrounding the show.

"I've always had a great love of fashion. It's a constant source of inspiration in my life, and is a big reason why I've grown into the person and artist I am today," Rihanna told the news outlet. "I have been very fortunate to work with some truly amazing designers and stylists throughout my career, and they have been instrumental in making sure my creative vision reaches the stage. I am excited to follow the journey of our aspiring contestants and see how their individuality influences their efforts during the course of the show."

May 10, 2012StyleComments139 Views