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Rihanna to sell Super Bowl-inspired clothing collection

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The singer Rihanna does not stop surprising with her projects for her presentation at Super Bowl LVII, one would think that this performance would be limited solely to the musical, but it is not so, announced the launch of a clothing line under its Savage X Fenty brand.

The ‘Umbrella’ interpreter shared several photos of this clothing line from her brand on her Instagram account. The proposal is inspired by the most important game in the NFL, therefore, the models They have a close relationship with American football..

According to the information published on the Savage X Fenty site, the fashion proposal was named Game Day Collection and has pieces such as two-tone sweaters, crop tops, shorts, sweatshirts, caps and even underwear inspired by this sport.

The line, now available at Savage X Fenty, features garments for all types of bodies and styles, in addition to presenting pieces for men. The clothes are decorated with the name of Rihanna’s brand and have messages alluding to the show that the singer will give at the Super Bowl halftime.

“Property of Savage X Fenty”, “LVII”, “Rihanna’s concert will be interrupted by a football game” are some phrases stamped on the garments. Rihanna posed some of the collection’s signature pieces, such as tracksuits and sweatshirts, to publicize the collection’s launch.

The halftime show starring the interpreter of ‘Stay’ will take place on February 12. At the moment it is not known what the list of songs that she will perform at the Super Bowl will be, but an energetic show is expected where the main hits of the singer are heard.

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