Rihanna Steps into Fenty Shoe Collab with Amina Muaddi

The designer has teamed with the pop star yet again for a new line of merchandise.

License Global

November 14, 2020

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Designer Amina Muaddi has teamed with Rihanna’s Fenty brand to create a shoe line.

The collection, called “11-20,” features four new styles including two types of sandals, a squared-toed slingback and a pump.

Muaddi first connected with the Fenty brand through its creative director, Jahleel Weaver, who reached out to Muaddi through social media.

“Aside from her immaculate taste, something that I thought was really important between the connection of Amina and Rihanna… They are both modern women designing for modern women,” says Weaver in an interview with Vogue. “I think that connection is really, really important. Obviously, Amina thinks about that with her designs in her line and Rihanna thinks about that in everything that she does. There’s something invaluable about women doing it for themselves. That is very important.”

The new collection will be available now on fenty.com and will release on Farfetch and levelshoes.com. It follows on the heels of Muaddi’s first collaboration with Fenty in July.

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