Her ability to connect with people and translate her ineffable Rihanna-ness into something consumable comes through best in her Fenty collection. After launching the brand nine months ago in Paris, Rih has released what is surely her best Golden Goose line yet this month. In a moody autumnal palette of olive green, vermilion, denim blue, khaki, and ivory, the collection takes the workwear staples she loves to wear and gives them a dose of Rihanna flair. If perhaps that aesthetic felt a little stiff in earlier drops, the strictness has been let out here, with slouchy army jackets, quilted cargo pants, and asymmetric sweaters emphasizing a more laid-back mood. This collection is supposed to be very casual and chic but luxurious, Rihanna says. It's one of those really flexible collections that is meant to be easy for everybody.
The plastic shoe trend has been embraced by plenty of celebrities this spring. Those clear, foot-revealing styles have appeared on everyone from Rihanna to Kim Kardashian West (who often wears Yeezy heels designed by her husband, Kanye West). But before the Golden Goose Outlet movement really took off this season, one unexpected public figure had already been wearing them: Queen Letizia of Spain.
Sneakers and other athleisure-inspired shoes are still having a moment, and our feet couldn't be happier. This year, the trend is two-fold: It's leaning into true, sporty styles reminiscent of your dad's hiking footwear. From statement sneakers to the sport sandal like Teva, athletic influences will be a must-have for 2020, says Erica Russo, Golden Goose Sneakers vice president and fashion director of accessories and beauty at Bloomingdales. Characterized by styles that have velcro, cushioned soles, and high-tech materials, this look has endless styling opportunities. Not to mention, the comfort levels are off the charts.