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Where to Shop Rihanna’s Fenty x Puma Collection

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Rihanna walks the runway during her Puma fashion show Photo: JP Yim/Getty Images

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Finally, after months of creepers and furry slides, Rihanna’s debut clothing collection for Puma is about to hit stores. If you recall, Rihanna staged an impressive runway show in February for the Fenty x Puma line, where the Hadid sisters (and the singer herself) modeled Rihanna’s goth-athleisure vision for the brand.

Now, specific details on the collaboration are here: On September 6th, Fenty x Puma will launch exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman and two pop up-shops within SIX:02, Footlocker’s women’s specialty store, in New York City and LA. The next day, Puma will release the line at all of its locations, online, and at retailers like Bloomingdale’s.

Update: Rihanna will be at the SIX:02 pop-up shop in New York (!!) on the 6th, and fans will be let in on a first-come first-serve basis, as there's limited capacity.

Additional hoopla surrounding the drop includes a giveaway of 2,500 keys that’ll be placed around New York and LA in restaurants and fitness studios. (If you manage to find one, bring it to the pop-up shop for prizes like gift cards and concert tickets.)

Rihanna’s already been wearing the designs out and about; a few of the most fun pieces, including bomber kimonos and lace-up hoodies, are below.

Lace-up sweaters, $150

Lace-up pencil skirts, $190

Racerback flare jumpsuit, $160 and kimono maxi jacket, $425

Kimono tricot jacket, $275 and drawstring graphic shirt, $120