Rihanna knows how to celebrate and she proved it yet again on her mother’s birthday dinner. The pop star stepped out in style, wearing a racy sheer pair of trousers for the dinner at a New York City restaurant, Pastis.

The "Diamonds" singer, 33, paired a luxe brown Saint Laurent leather jacket with see-through slacks by Supriya Lele. She took the whole look a notch up by matching it with mocha-hued studded gloves from Bottega Veneta. For her hair, she wore flowy and glamorous boxy braids and she completed the look with glossy berry lips that seem to stay magically unbothered by the black mask. Check here look here.

As she entered the Meatpacking District eatery to celebrate her mother Monica Braithwaite’s 52nd birthday, her Fendi tote and white Attico slingbacks were unmissable. The celebratory dinner was joined by the pop star’s grandparents, Lionel and Clara Braithwaite, and her brother, Elle added.

There’s one thing that’s certain, and that is RiRis style statement is filling the void for her fans who have been waiting for her new album for five years. The singer turned entrepreneur, owner of Fenty, has been turning the world into her ramp with stunning outfits—whether she does it in her $15,000 feather pants at a bookstore or a plush $885 hoodie worn for a dinner is entirely up to her fashion mood.

The singer seems presumably busy with her new fashion lingerie line Savage x Fenty which is valued at $1 billion, according to Forbes. The music star could soon be venturing into haircare and skincare too.

Celebrities are no strangers to setting trends, but Rihanna seems to have convinced even the fashion police to give her transparent trousers a try. But that’s not all she is doing to make headlines. Recently, she was seen participating in an anti-racist protest.

Rihanna flew under the radar at the rally, slipping in with the crowd and grooving to the music that was playing in the background. She was joined by her assistant who documented her day at the protest and posted it on her social media.

The singer was seen actively participating in the protest that urged people to stop hate against Asians. “What happened yesterday in Atlanta was brutal, tragic, and is certainly not an isolated incident by any means,” Rihanna tweeted.
 

 

During the Stop Asian Hate march that happened in New York City on Monday, a fellow protestor approached Rihanna for her Instagram handle, to tag her. The man who was oblivious to the fact that she was the singing sensation, Rihanna, was taken aback when she politely obliged and typed her Instagram handle for him.

One Twitter user commented on a video of Rihanna giving the protestor her Instagram handle saying, “I’d literally get a tv screen engraved into my forehead and play the video on it to ppl for the rest of my life.” 

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