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Attention RiRi Navy! Take A Look At Rihanna's Armani Jeans Collection

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    Love her or not, any pop-culture junkie has to admit that Rihanna's rise to fame has been totally enrapturing. First, she was a Barbadian starlet with a pretty face, then she turned into a "Rude Boy" sex goddess. But when RiRi showed up in "We Found Love," rocking some truly in-the-know brands like Henry Holland, it was clear: The girl is now a fashion force to be reckoned with.

    So to the Navy out there, get psyched, because the pop star has teamed up with Armani Jeans for her second capsule collection, this one recalling the spunky tomboy style that she donned in videos for both "We Found Love" and "Hard," with pieces including a beige-leather flight jacket and a sleek take on a denim jumpsuit. Super-faded jeans and cotton basics round out the casual collection — all of which prominently feature RiRi's signature "R." Summery, full of attitude, and definitely youthful, the Rihanna Navy will certainly be pleased. Take a look right here!

    Photo: Courtesy of Armani Jeans

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