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Rihanna's Crop Over costume goes viral
    2017-August-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SOCIAL media almost collapsed under the reaction to Rihanna’s costume Monday as the singer attended the Crop Over festival in Barbados.

The 29-year-old had teased fans by uploading photos of her new turquoise hair on Instagram over the weekend.

But the look was completed Monday as she stepped out in a jewel-encrusted costume with green and pink feathers.

“We are not worthy,” was one of many fan reactions on Twitter.

Another added the singer “officially killed me” with the costume, while others said she was “blessing the Internet.”

The posts also attracted the attention of Chris Brown — who left a comment on one of her Instagrams with the pair-of-eyes emoji.

Many of her fans were less than pleased about this, telling him to “keep his negative energy away” from Rihanna and recalling his assault on the singer in 2009 when the pair were dating.

Part of Rihanna’s outfit was designed by DBleudazzled — a line specializing in bedazzled costumes.

The owner of the company, known as Bleu, told Billboard she had to provide the tights at very short notice — with Rihanna’s team only requesting them last Wednesday.

The rest of her outfit was put together by local designer Laura Austin, according to Vogue.

“Crop Over used to be celebrated with people wearing simple T-shirts,” Austin said.

“Over the years however, designers started getting creative. Today it’s very important to dress up in full costume to really and truly feel the Crop Over vibe. It’s exhilarating, free and radiant.”

(SD-Agencies)

 

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