Why Rihanna Dressed Her Newborn Son Riot In Pink For His First Photos

When singer Rihanna and rapper A$AP Rocky posted their first images of their second kid, Riot Rose, one key feature of the family shot that drew a lot of attention was Riot’s baby outfit color.

The infant was clad in a light pink onesie and cap. It has been shown that this was not a random choice, but rather corresponds to Rihanna’s inclination for dressing her sons.

She recently stated in an interview that she prefers unorthodox styles for her kid’s clothing so that they do not appear to be ordinary baby garments. She stated that the hot pink color fits her fashion style, which includes shopping in the men’s category.

“I like to push it. I put him [son] in floral stuff. I put him in hot pink. I love that. I think that fluidity in fashion is best. I always shop in the men’s department, you know,” she told British Vogue.

The musician and entrepreneur also stated that she favors custom-made outfits for her children because standard ones bore her. She added that she was frustrated by the lack of fascinating options on the market, adding that those on the market come off as conventional and uninspiring, and she wondered whether this was the norm for youngsters. Rihanna stated that she commissioned a tartan kilt for RZA, which is one of her favorite costumes for him because it’s a miniature replica of one Rocky wears.

Rocky shared a beautiful Instagram photo on their son RZA’s first birthday in May 2022. The post included a number of photographs, including one of RZA crawling next to Rihanna as she kissed Rocky’s cheek and another of the trio making ridiculous faces in the mirror.

The message ended with a video clip of Wu-Tang Clan’s Ol’ Dirty Bastard proclaiming, “Wu Tang Clan is for the children,” underlining the significance of family and their link to the hip-hop group.

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