Rihanna new Japan Collection for Stance has a 'new twist'
Rihanna's new Japan Collection for Stance has a "new twist".
The 28-year-old singer songwriter - who was announced as the contributing creative director of the sock company in 2015 - unveiled her fourth collection with the fashion house on Tuesday (18.10.16), and the musician has revealed the latest hosiery capsule has been jazzed up by illustrator Los Angeles-based illustrator Bijou Karman.
The 'Work' hitmaker announced the news of her latest fashion venture on social media alongside images from the campaign.
Alongside an intricate drawing of Rihanna, which was posted to her Instagram account, she wrote: "The latest collaboration, between @stancemuse and I, is HERE NOW!!! The campaign comes with a new twist as the young @bijoukarman , artist and illustrator, re-imagined visuals like this one to bring my sock collection to life through art!
Get your favorite pairs now---> stance.com/Rihanna-socks
#PunkAndPoet #StanceLife (sic)."
Rihanna also shared a string of other images and a video from the campaign, which she captioned: "RiRi X @bijoukarman [email protected] #PunkAndPoet (sic)."
The star's nine-piece hosiery line includes floral designs, traditional female entertainers, as well as socks with criss-cross ribbon detail and an over the knee style too.
The brand teased they were working with the Barbados-born beauty on a new collection earlier this month, when they shared an image of the Fenty x Stance By Rihanna campaign on their Instagram page.
Alongside the image, they wrote: "Rihanna and Stance go global. New collection coming soon.@badgalriri #rihannaxstance#theuncommonthread
"@badgalriri's Autumn collection. ARRIVING 10/18.#rihannaxstance #theuncommonthread (sic)."
And Rihanna - who was titled Punk and Poet brand ambassador for the company - has revealed she has always had a "great relationship" with Stance for a "long time".
Speaking previously about the partnership, she said: "I've had a great relationship with Stance for a long time and I am happy to be working with them on such a fun and creative project."