Considering her latest hit is called "Bitch Better Have My Money," we highly doubt that Rihanna is having any trouble in the payroll department, considering how many fashion gigs she's taken on in the last few months. Aside from signing on as the creative director of Puma, starring in a Dior campaign, teaming up with jewelry designer Jacquie Aiche on a range of temporary tattoos and working on a clothing line of her own, Riri is now a contributing creative director for Stance, an edgy sock brand that's inspired by art, athletics and street culture.
Rihanna is joining an elite group of Stance's brand ambassadors, called "Punks & Poets," which includes the likes of Haim, Allen Iverson, Bambi Northwood-Blyth and more. The singer will design a signature women’s collection of socks for multiple seasons through her partnership with the label. Her first limited-edition styles, which are in a mixed-media print called "Murder Rih Wrote," come in crew height for both men and women, as well as an over-the-knee version. The crew sets — which are available now on Stance's website for all of you Rihanna super-fans — come with three socks apiece and are individually numbered, with only 1,500 sets in production.
This is only the first of many designs that Stance promises from the Rihanna partnership, and her first full collection will be available in September. We never thought we'd say this, but it looks like Rob Kardashian now has some serious competition in the celebrity sock designer department.