Rihanna: "My fashion line isn't too sexy"
Superstar songstress Rihanna has denied that her new clothing collection is "too sexy" for the high street.
The singer-turned-fashion designer showcased her line in collaboration with retailer River Island at London Fashion Week over the weekend.
The collection featured midriff-baring tops and thigh-hit split skirts, leading many to deem the pieces too provocative.
However, the beauty insists the range is understated and highly wearable.
Speaking to GraziaDaily she explained: “Everyone can wear this line. It’s not costume, it’s not too sexy. It’s very easy and laidback. I designed every piece in the collection so I could wear it and I think my fans trust my style so they’ll have fun with it.
She added: “The collection is casual, chic, flirty and for all body types. I wanted all girls to really want to wear this and be comfortable in it but still feel edgy. I wanted the character to come out in the clothes without trying too hard."
Rihanna continued to describe the inspiration behind the line.
She said: “My style is definitely inspired by my mood so this collection will feature a range of different moods and attitudes because I’m assuming my fans will feel the same way."
The collection will be on sale from next month.
Watch footage from Rihanna's catwalk show below:
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