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Rihanna and Amina Muaddi Team up on Collection of Strappy Stiletto Sandals

Part of FENTY’s final summer drop.

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Rihanna and Amina Muaddi Team up on Collection of Strappy Stiletto Sandals

Part of FENTY’s final summer drop.

Rihanna has tapped buzzy shoe designer Amina Muaddi, known for her vibrant, sky-high heels, to design a collection of shoes for FENTY‘s “7-20” release. Bringing her architectural eye to the range of strappy sandals, Muaddi debuts an upside-down stiletto heel reminiscent of an inverted steel nail.

The Braid Me Up sandal is constructed of interlacing suede, leather and crystal-studded straps that tie up the ankle. Caged In is a maximalist style that encases the foot in a maze of thin straps that weave up the calf while the Meshy Mule is a simple slip on heel made of breathable, semi-sheer fabric. Lastly, Code Word features a raw metal heel and a clear PVC strap that accompanies criss-cross lacing across the vamp.

The Amina Muaddi x FENTY “7-20” footwear collection is available now at the FENTY website. The range is also available on Farfetch, FENTY’s exclusive new digital partner, alongside the latest “6-20” release.

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