One-of-its-kind Rihanna dress being sold to support Black Lives Matter and other initiatives

Rihanna at the 2018 Diamond Ball. Photographed by Taylor Hill
Rihanna at the 2018 Diamond Ball. Photographed by Taylor Hill
Taylor Hill

The Umbrella hit-maker showed off the pink tie dye dress on her Instagram account last year in a slow motion video.

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The dress designer, Asai, has revealed that while he originally designed the dress just for the singer, he’s now making it for people to buy to support charities including, Black Lives Matter as well as Solace Women's Aid and The Voice of Domestic Workers. The news was announced by Asai on Instagram.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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