Rihanna can make anything look good, even a sweatoutfit.
On Wednesday, the 30-year-old musician revealed new images from the upcoming launch of her motocross-inspired spring collection, which was produced by both Fenty Beauty and Puma.
The clothing line will be available for purchase on March 15.
FentyxPuma: On Wednesday, Rihanna revealed on social media that the new motocross-inspired spring collection produced by Fenty Beauty and Puma would be launching March 15
Rihanna posted two images on her Instagram account showing her decked out in the sporty ensembles she helped create.
The first image shows the S&M singer sitting on a motorbike while wearing a blue, black, and turquoise outfit from the highly-anticipated collection.
The caption for the post reads: ‘the new SS18 #FENTYxPUMA collection is about to be here! I know you guys are excited to finally have it and the countdown to #MARCH15th starts now! Bye bye coins!’
The second image shows Rihanna and other models sitting on a sandy hill while all donning orange and details: ‘#FENTYxPUMA gang. @fentyxpuma SS18 #March15th.’
Orange is the new black: Rihanna posted numerous images promoting the clothing line, including this photo, which shows her and the brand’s models all clad in orange
The other promotional images show the diverse styles found in the clothing line, which are all sporty in nature.
Orange and purple seem to be the dominant colors in the upcoming release, though black is also an option.
The SS18 attire includes a wide variety of clothing, as the photos show full-body suits, tank-tops, shorts, mesh tops, high heels, and yoga pants.
Purple: The hot new collection appears to consist of numerous clothing options in purple
Variety: The promotional photos also show that there are many style options to choose from, including mesh tops, yoga pants, full-body suits, and tank-tops.
At the 2017 launch of the FentyxPuma fall collection in New York, Rihanna spoke to W Magazine about the inspiration behind her fashion line, and talked about making her projects inclusive and accessible.
The Disturbia singer shared: ‘I want to make things for all body types. That was very intentional when I first started, even back with River Island. With [Fenty x Puma], I have so much freedom. I want everybody in my crew to have something.
‘You don’t just design for yourself. You use your taste as the muse of everything. I like to play around with silhouettes. Trust me, I could always use a good fat day outfit. I like to be comfortable.’
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Also on Wednesday, the award-winning singer flaunted her sartorial excellence as she took to Instagram with a head to toe Pre-Fall 2018 Gucci snap.
The Barbadian songstress nailed high fashion as she struck a fierce pose in the famous design house’s sports-chic inspired baseball jacket which was tucked into matching bottoms.
Popping her collars up, the Diamonds vocalist unzipped her baseball jacket – which featured hues of red, white and blue. Synonymous with the famed brand, panels of green and red ran down her arms and she completed the look with a pair of matching open-toe heels.