Lanvin | Rene Caovilla | Queen Vee | Aurélie Bidermann

Rihanna attends a MAC charity event in Barbados:

Rihanna is still in Barbados after having spent a few days there enjoying the company of her close friends and family. Rihanna helped her grandfather celebrate another year of life on yesterday. If you missed what she wore to his birthday party, visit our post (here) to catch up. Today, both MAC and VOGUE flew in for an inaugural charity event in honor of MAC’s Viva Glam! The cosmetics line announced Rihanna as the new face of their Viva Glam collection on November 1st, which benefits those affected by AIDS and HIV.

Rihanna attended this event wearing an all-black ensemble courtesy of Lanvin. She wore Lanvin’s Resort 2014 Dolman-Sleeve Jacket and Side-Ruched Stretch Linen Pencil Skirt. Rihanna’s jacket is made of washed stretch linen and features a spread collar with a wrapped front and fixed belt detail.

Rihanna’s linen skirt has a high waist and an exposed zipper along the left side. This skirt has a very formfitting silhouette with figure-flattering ruching. You can get both at the link below.

Purchase: Lanvin
Dolman-Sleeve Jacket & Side-Ruched Stretch Linen Pencil Skirt

Rihanna finished her look with sandals designed by Rene Caovilla. These faux pearl and crystal embellished sandals feature an elasticated back strap and a black bow. You can get a pair for $710.00 at the link below. Rihanna was last spotted wearing these on Halloween (here).

Purchase: Rene Caovilla Pearl Embellished Flat Sandals

Rihanna accessorized with an 18K necklace by Queen Vee Jewelry. This ‘Stinger’ is beautifully designed and will set you back anywhere from $2,500-3,000, in the two models available.

Purchase: Queen Vee Stinger Necklace

Lastly, Rihanna sported a lovely pair of hoop earrings designed by Aurélie Bidermann. These Autumn/Winter 2013-14 hoops are made of freshwater pearls and 18K plated gold. You can get a pair from the brand’s online store at the link below.

Purchase: Aurélie Bidermann Cheyne Walk Hoop Earrings

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