Rihanna's Anti Tour Boots Took Three Months To Make

BY Harper's Bazaar Arabia / Mar 20 2016 / 15:05 PM

That's a whole of work, work, work, work, work, work...

Rihanna's Anti Tour Boots Took Three Months To Make

Naturally, a tour as in-demand as ANTI requires a next-level wardrobe to go along with it. And Rihanna's custom-made thigh-high Giuseppe Zanotti boots, which took almost three months to make, certainly fit the bill. 

The cream-coloured canvas chaps, held up by a belt at the waist, are worn over a silky romper, a fitting choice for such daring footwear. But before Rihanna was performing in them, Zanotti and Rihanna's styling team were working on them for nearly three months. 

"We worked hard to find the right balance between an outstanding performance piece and a comfortable option for the stage," the designer told The Hollywood Reporter of the process.

He collaborated with RiRi and Mel Ottenberg, who's been her stylist for six years. "They are creative and innovative minds; they know exactly what they want," said Zanotti. "It was fun to interpret their needs (for the tour) and translate their vision into reality."

Take a look at the boots in action below. 

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Via Harper's Bazaar US