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April 29, 2013  | by: Amanda Fiore
Twitter (@riverisland)

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Rihanna for River Island takes two. Yes, you read right, rumor has it that Rihanna is working on a second collection for River Island. Rihanna began designing for the international company last winter, releasing a spring 2013 collection that reached and impressed a mass global audience.

Rihanna has defied all odds, not only can she sing and dance, but has established herself as a fashion designer. Rihanna transformed her wild and edgy attitude into sketches for her River Island collaboration. The March 5th debut was met with great success, so much so that Rihanna is said to launch a second collection for River Island just in time for the fall 2013.

Rihanna went to Instagram posting a picture of her and partner Adam Selman, focused on the second collection efforts. According to the picture, it looks like we will be seeing fall and winter full-length skirts as part of Rihanna’s 2.0 River Island collection.

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Instagram (badgalriri)


So what does this mean for the award-winning artist and talented dancer, well it seems like life cannot get any better for the Barbados beauty. With her dedicated “Rihanna Navy” backing every move, I’m sure Rihanna will have no problem selling her new River Island line to the millions of her adoring fans. It is clear that Rihanna will be around for a long time, whether it is strutting her stuff on stage or down the fashion runway, so make way.

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