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Rihanna reveals her biggest fashion ick

The multihyphenate says her ick involves how she dressed prepregnancy
Rihanna (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Rihanna says her old ultra-raunchy outfits are her biggest fashion “ick.”

The singer — who has sons RZA and Riot with fellow performer A$AP Rocky — made the admission to British Vogue at a launch marking a new shoe collaboration between her Fenty clothes collection and Puma.

“I did so much [rubbish] in my life. I had my nipples out, I had my panties out,” she said when asked by the publication to name her greatest “fashion ick.”

“But now those are the things, I guess, as a mom, as an evolved young lady … it’s just things that I just feel like I would never do. And I’m just like, ‘Oh my god, I really did that? nips out?’” the “Work” hitmaker added.

Despite saying she has changed her habit of putting on raunchy looks, Rihanna posed in plenty of revealing outfits for social media photos when she was expecting her kids.

She flaunted her baby bump in February 2022 by wearing a flesh-flashing Jean Paul Gaultier lace-up cardigan while out and about in Los Angeles.

The next month, she showed it again in lingerie that included a tiny Savage X Fenty thong at the Dior Fall 2022 show during Paris Fashion Week.

“To me that dress is actually the closest thing to maternity clothes that I’ve worn so far,” Rihanna told Vogue at the time.

She added in her interview with the publication that, during her first pregnancy, she hoped her bump-hugging outfits would help “redefine what’s considered ‘decent’ for pregnant women.”

“My body is doing incredible things right now, and I’m not going to be ashamed of that. This time should feel celebratory. Because why should you be hiding your pregnancy?” Rihanna declared.

Rihanna recently talked about fashion again, saying her biggest parenting “hack” is dressing her sons like their rapper dad.

“When I dress them, I always try to dress them like Rocky,” she told “Entertainment Tonight.”

Rihanna admitted even though she’s “always” imagined “dressing a girl” she didn’t know what to do with boys when it came to their outfits.

“We all do as women, like, ‘Oh, I’m going to dress her in these cute little things. But then you get sons and you’re like, ‘What do I do?’ I was like, ‘You know what, I have the biggest hack: their dad,’” she added.

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