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Rihanna Channels ’90s Kate Moss When in London

The Bajan pop queen and stylist Mel Ottenberg are known for changing the game with a truly fashion-forward wardrobe, but even Rihanna searches for inspiration sometimes by channeling various supermodels. Stepping out to the Valerian after-party at London's Saint Martins Lane hotel last night, she chose a slinky silver slip by Nili Lotan. With its retro vibe and skin-baring sex appeal, the dress called to mind the barely there looks worn by Kate Moss in the mid-90s.

Paired with a coordinating oversize Prada windbreaker and metallic Sergio Rossisandals, Rihanna’s slip had a casual vibe that separated it from both the couture she had worn earlier that day and the dressier feel of Moss’s vintage pieces. Putting a fresh spin on a classic look isn't easy, but Rihanna's can always take a great reference and make it her own.

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