Rihanna and Stance team up for Valentine's collab Cold Hearted rihanna-fenty.com

Rihanna and Stance have something for every lady this Valentine’s: a limited collection of Cold Hearted socks. The socks feature hand sewn jewels and can be yours for $125. You can choose from three colors: black, wine and white or spoil your partner with all of them! Bad Gal RiRi once againCONTINUE READING

New Rihanna x Stance Holiday collection is here rihanna-fenty.com

Thottie or nice? Now you can be both thanks to Rihanna’s new Holiday collection for Stance. The collection features five models and each of them will transform your Holiday look. Holiday 2017 collection follows the Clara Lionel Foundation socks released in September and the Iconic Looks collection from August. HeadCONTINUE READING

Rihanna and Stance come back with summer collection.  Style feeling stale? We’ve got the ANTI-dote with the limited-edition Stance Fenty Crew. Designed by Rihanna and premiered during her Spring 2017 Fenty X Puma runway show in Paris, the Fenty Crew was inspired by something a modern-day Marie Antoinette might wearCONTINUE READING

Surprise, surprise, surprise! Just when you thought Rihanna is done slaying you, for now at least, Stance announced a new collection! The new items are supposed to be released today, November 22. We do not know whether it is a Holiday collection, an update of the last collection from OctoberCONTINUE READING

Rihanna and Stance are coming back on October 18 with their new Autumn collection. The brand posted a short promotional video and below you can see some of the designs expected to hit the stores on Tuesday. One of the features, similarly to Rihanna’s PUMA collections, are Japanese characters. HowCONTINUE READING

It’s about time! “Rihanna and Stance go global. New collection coming soon,” as the post on the official Stance Instagram account says. We cannot wait! Something tells us it will be Rihanna’s biggest collection yet. The last collection hit the stores in April. Rihanna was named contributing creative director of the SanCONTINUE READING