Work, work, work: Rihanna launches new fashion collection for Puma

Rihanna has said her new collection for Puma was inspired by Japanese street culture.

The pop star launched the autumn/winter 2016 Fenty Puma by Rihanna line on Tuesday at Foot Locker in New York City.

She said she remembers exploring fashion during her first trip to Japan years ago and leaving in awe.

Her edgy collection, mostly in black and white, includes loose sweaters and trousers, dresses, skirts, sneakers and sneaker heels.

Fans screamed as Rihanna entered the venue, singing her songs which were playing in the background. She said she designed the line for her feverish fans.

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