Rihanna Poses Nude For New, Fashion-Forward Anti Tour Merch

Rihanna Poses Nude For New, Fashion-Forward Anti Tour Merch
Source: Colette
Source: Colette

As Rihanna heads to Paris for her Anti World Tour stop at the Stade de France on Saturday, so too does her bad gal style. As the Fader reports, the "Needed Me" singer partnered with the Parisian boutique Colette to launch a five-day pop-up shop, featuring RiRi's fragrance collection, several of her fashion partnerships' lines including Dior, Puma, Stance and Manolo Blahnik, as well as exclusive products from both Fenty By Rihanna and Anti tour merch. 

But it's the new sex-positive Anti tour merchandise that's making waves online. Inspired in part by Kanye West's Life of Pablo merchandise, which also took over city streets with surprise pop-up shops around the world, the clothes and accessories are peak bad girl RiRi. They depict Rihanna doing some of what she does best: smoking a blunt, slaying with provocative, effortless style and freeing the nipple. 

Source: Colette
Source: Colette
Source: Colette

The variety of original merch includes T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and baseball caps. Some are racier than others, while the hats only have one lyric — "Bitch I know you know," off "Pose." 

Source: Colette

The last day of the pop-up just so happens to be the same night Rihanna will take the stage. 

Picture it: RiRi sells out the Stade de France, rocks the crowd and then pulls up to a small, Parisian boutique in the middle of the night to pickup trunks of money. Iconic.

Source: Giphy

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