Rihanna reveals her ‘biggest hack’ for dressing sons RZA and Riot

Just like their daddy.

Rihanna shared her secret to keeping her sons RZA, 23 months, and Riot, 8 months, looking stylish, telling ET that she turns to boyfriend A$AP Rocky for inspo when it comes to their childrens’ fashion-forward looks.

“When I dress them, I always try to dress them like Rocky,” the “Diamonds” singer, 36, told the media outlet at a Fenty x Puma event in London Wednesday.

The pair share sons RZA (pictured) and Riot. asaprocky/Instagram
The Fenty Beauty founder said she dresses her sons like their dad. asaprocky/Instagram
A$AP Rocky posted a series of sweet pics to celebrate RZA’s first birthday in May 2023. asaprocky/Instagram

Rihanna explained that while she’s “always” imagined “dressing a girl,” she didn’t quite know what to do with boys.

“We all do as women, like, ‘Oh, I’m going to dress her in these cute little things,’” the Grammy winner said, adding, “but then you get sons and you’re like, ‘What do I do?’”

It turns out her solution was right in front of her, however, with the Fenty Beauty founder telling ET, “I was like, ‘You know what, I have the biggest hack — their dad.’”

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The proud dad posted a pic of himself shaving alongside his eldest son. asaprocky/Instagram
She wore an oversized Peter Do coat and trousers to the Fenty x Puma Creeper Phatty Earth Tone launch. Getty Images
Rihanna wore chic neutrals to the event. Pierrick Rocher/BFA.com/Shutterstock

It comes as no surprise that Rihanna takes inspiration from the “Fashion Killa” rapper; the “Umbrella” singer recently told Interview that A$AP’s designer ‘fits make her “look like his assistant” in comparison.

“I’m getting on a plane. We should be in sweats. He wants to be in a full Bottega suit. I’m like, ‘Why you got to do that to me?’” she told the mag.

And, she even said in the same interview that “everybody thinks Rocky dresses them because I dress them in Rocky outfits.” The looks in question include head-to-toe pricey Gucci duds and more adorable ‘fits.

As for her newest Fenty launch, Rihanna — who certainly didn’t look like anyone’s assistant in a bold Dolce & Gabbana leopard print look last week — told ET that seeing her sons wear her designs is “incredible.”

“I’ve gotten the opportunity to start that with Puma, designing kids shoes through the Avantis and now we’re doing the Creepers,” she said, adding it was “really fun” and “cute” to see RZA and Riot “wear stuff like that.”