This Barbadian R&B beauty has evolved from a general pop sensation with a more innocent image to something a lot more siren worthy. She has become a style icon to the point where she’s getting payed mega bucks to sit front row center at major fashion events.
Her music, like her look, has changed accordingly. That’s what you get when you put marketing and music together. You get a product that the record label wants to market. So in other words, some artists must sacrifice their say towards creative power. Box them and ship them!
From crooning about “I wanna know boy If I could be ya shawty” and moving more towards a vixen of dominatrix in “Good Girl Gone Bad”, Rhianna has moved towards a more charged Beyonce-type of “I can take care of my damn self” type of woman: ”
Come here rude boy, boy
Can you get it up
Come here rude boy, boy
Is you big enough
Here is Rhianna over the years, Constantly evolving towards something else: What do you think about her looks over the years?
Stevie Boy makes shades that redefine creative, futuristic and, non-boring in the eye wear industry. His line is filled with well-thought geometric lines crossing, vertically and horizontally, to meet the vectors of style. These Shades have transformed into a couture item that is now sought after in the Fashion Industry. Everyone from Rhianna, Beyonce and Lady Gaga are putting their faces forward while wearing Stevie Boy’s high-end couture eye-frames. Rhianna and Kanye West wore Stevie’s Frames for Run This Town. Stevie (aka Steven Strawder) is unique in the way that he doesn’t produce carbon-copies of other people’s work. He is his own niche. He creates his products with originality, and style. He even had his own fashion line, “Toxic” (which he later sold). Impressive work for a boy who started at age 18 back in 2007 and now 21 he’s taking off big time. Well done Stevie Boy. High art meeting fashion. Check out more of his work here.
Stevie Boy Himself. Creator and master-mind behind the brand.
It’s all about the scarf so then it must be about the neck area too. I am loving the details on the Rhi Rhi scarf. I’m intrigued by the fact that this scarf doesn’t look cliched like a Shemagh usually would. Gurl you own this style. And those of you who know me know I really like the details in an outfit.
Got to appreciate a fashionista who pays homage to detail.
Some wear it right too: These boys do have the scarf swagg going on:
The Scarf Swagging group. Well done boys.
This young lady wears her Shemagh casually and relaxed:
This one beauty chose to worn hers on her head.
Gorgeously worn. Note the details remain on the scarf not the whole body. No detail overload.
Accessory, accessorize. Those are the essence to an outfit. I’m talking do it right or you end up looking like a gypsy who just robbed Tiffanys & Co. It makes an outfit stand out and individualizes the style. I like it minimal and at times I feel jazzed up so I throw a layer of bangels. Never do the heavy earing and heavy necklaces crime. How atrocious! I wouldn’t blame a robber who took a target grab only to find that: all that glitters is not gold.
Here is Rhi Rhi wearing some:
I always have an eye for the hand accessories.
I’m not sure I’m feeling the crime that Algebra 3 is committing here:
Algebra 3 did you learn the algebra that addition sometimes does not work?
I also have been a longtime fan of Headbanger Accessories I also advice that you avoid any wrestling and fight matches. These designers make them big. They are pretty but don’t loose an ear in a mad dog fight.
I like these one. I was gifted by someone who obviously adores them as well. DinoMyte's $40 for small
Headbangers Themselves. I told you they were big.
Wow perhaps too big but these women know that color is something great.