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As a multiplatinum artist, conform entrepreneur, and visit face of Dior, Rihanna could substantially make diamond-encrusted boots if she wanted to. Instead, she prefers something of a high-low mix: For her initial Manolo Blahnik partnership announced in March, she churned adult thigh-high boots and strappy pumps in light-wash denim, and for her second collection, she and Blahnik put their spin on a classical Timberland work boot.
Fans of Rih’s character won’t be astounded by this; she’s a large Timberlands advocate and has ragged them with a pinkish fur coat, a gray Hillary Clinton T-shirt, and clearly all in between. The new Rihanna x Manolo Blahnik boots will lend themselves to her chameleon-like style, too. A few pairs come in soothing brownish-red or tan suede with luxe shearling trim; one bootie has a stiletto heel, lace-up front, and skinny projection sole, while an over-the-knee foot creates a bolder matter with even some-more fur.
Don’t design Rihanna to embankment her classical Timbs, though; we have a feeling she’ll keep going behind to a 73 originals, quite when a continue gets bad. Few other boots will keep your feet as comfortable or dry. Aside from function, Timberlands are also a pitch of ’90s and early-aughts hip-hop: The Notorious B.I.G. referenced them in his lyrics; Big Boi wore them on a cover of Outkast’s ’03 manuscript Speakerboxxx/The Love Below; and Kanye West wears them, too. Before Rihanna desirous girls to try them, Beyoncé, Aaliyah, and Jennifer Lopez done a box for Timbs, as well. Today a yellow boots make a arrange of normcore statement, identical to Birkenstocks or white sneakers; they’re cooler than a sleet foot or heavy-duty winter boot, maybe since Timbs were never unequivocally perplexing to be cool.
While we cruise a new span for a frigid spiral ahead, start saving your pennies for a Rihanna x Manolo Blahnik versions, that will be accessible online during manoloblahnik.com and in name Manolo Blahnik stores starting Wednesday, Nov 16.
Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, and some-more of Rihanna’s Navy compensate reverence to “Work”: