Rihanna’s New Fashion Line, $chool Kills: Is She Putting Music on a Back …

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by Josie Wantee   Jun 25, 2015 23:28 PM EDT

Rihanna Christian Dior in Japan (Photo : Yoshikazu Tsuno / Getty)

It seems like Rihanna is stirring adult a fashion world once again! According to a new news from Grazia, Rihanna’s company, Roraj Trade, LLC filed an concentration with a U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office for her arriving brand, underneath a controversial name — $chool Kills.

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The “B*tch Better Have My Money” thespian is rumored to be holding a mangle from a song to concentration some-more on expanding her name in a conform industry. A source told Grazia, “$CHOOL KIlls will be an accessories operation covering all from receptacle bags to purses, and after on, fashion. She still loves a music, and it’s what launched her, though this is her concentration right now.”

This substantially comes to no startle to anyone who has been following Rihanna’s career moves as of late. It has been over dual years given Rihanna’s final studio album, Unapologetic, and while her fans have been anxiously available a recover of her subsequent studio album, R8, Rihanna has been creation some vital moves in a conform attention already.

Last year, CFDA named a Bajan beauty a 2014 Fashion Icon. Since afterwards she has landed herself a pretension of artistic executive of Puma and some-more recently was distinguished as a initial black lady to be a face of Dior, as she dumbfounded in Dior’s latest Secret Garden campaign.


Rihanna has done some critical strides in a conform universe so far, and still managed to sojourn semi-present in a song scene, though for a conform influencer like Ri Ri, this wardrobe line could be a diversion changer. What are your thoughts? Will a launch of her new conform line, $chool Kills, lean her some-more toward a conform side and put her song career on a backseat? Or do we consider Bad Gal RiRi can conquer a conform and song worlds simultaneously?

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