You can add Rihanna to the ever-growing list of celebrities turned fashion designers. The pop star, who is the face of Armani Jeans and Emporio Armani Underwear, has continued her partnership with the Italian fashion house to create a limited edition line of clothing and lingerie. It only makes sense that Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive would lend her allure to skin-tight jeans and sexy undies for the masses.
We can't imagine what the video or print campaigns for these collections will look like. Rihanna has already steamed up plenty of screens around the world with her short film for the Armani Jeans Fall 2011 campaign and France is the latest country to ban her racy "We Found Love" video.
But Rihanna doesn't seem to be fazed by the controversy--she's more worried about easing some sexual frustration, which she chatted about on the "Ellen Degeneres Show" this week.
"I do put a lot into my job--most of my time if not all of it. It definitely affects my personal life. My personal life is pretty much non-existent, which is not good, not for the long run. Not for me, not for 'Her,'" she said, while pointing between her legs.
Well then. I think we get the picture. Nothing a pair for lacy panties can't help cure, right?
Here's a look at the Rihanna's first crack at designing. The limited edition pieces are set to hit stores any day now.