Last week, the fashion world went berserk over Rihanna’s stunning appearance in DJ Khaled’s new music video for “Wild Thoughts,” which gave the world its first peek at RiRi’s third and final collaboration with legendary shoe designer Manolo Blahnik.
But today, Vogue got the inside scoop on the new shoes, and this time, it’s the cannabis community’s time to get excited.
— GAGE (@KingGage_) June 21, 2017
Aptly titled, “So Stoned,” Rihanna’s collection includes four styles—two mules, strappy sandals and gladiator stilettos, all with gem-coated Lucite heels and straps—with prices ranging from $1265 to $2325.
While you might need some of that new weed money to afford these pricey kicks, Rihanna has all the old school stoner cred she needs to use #SOSTONED for a shoe collection that lacks an appearance by any actual weed and/or stoner imagery. If some other celeb had tried this, we might call it cannabis culture appropriation, but let’s be real, our favorite pot princess can do no wrong.
Now, take a peek at four pairs of shoes that are more lit than you’ll ever be! The collection will be available at Manolo Blahnik on July 6.
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