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If you fancy Rihanna's black patent leather Prada boots to wear with your holiday outfit, you're in luck. The Prada square-toe boots are flying off the shelves but you can still purchase a pair while supplies last!

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The 32-year-old Bajan beauty paired her faux leather boots with an all-black outfit including leather pants, a pea coat and a bucket hat.

Nordstrom has a limited supply of the Square-Toe Faux Leather Knee High Boot which retails for $1,200. If you plan to order online the boots run small. So order a half size up, according to Prada size guides.

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Rihanna was all smiles as she exited Giorgio Baldi after enjoying dinner with a friend in Santa Monica, CA. The singer was spotted wearing a cream fur coat over a cream sweater, ripped jeans and Off-White Air Jordan 4 Sail sneakers.

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Floyd Mayweather, Kodak Black

Floyd Mayweather Jr and rapper Kodak Black say they will continue wearing Gucci despite calls for boycotts amid accusations of racism.

Gucci was accused of racism after social media users complained one of its sweaters resembled blackface. The ensuing controversy prompted the fashion house to pull the balaclava sweater from online stores.

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Rihanna roasts fan

Rihanna is like most bored rich brats who brag endlessly about their expensive trinkets on social networking websites because they lack self esteem. In a 24-hour period, Rihanna posted multiple photos of pricey freebies she received from sponsors. When one follower had enough of Rihanna's boasting, the singer responded like the indignant juvenile that she is.

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Music producer and clothing company owner Pharrell Williams is designing a new project for Prada that will be under $200. We wonder what it could be? A necktie? A t-shirt?

According to WWD, the fashion house has teamed up with Pharrell to "collaborate on a special project." Whatever it is will be affordable (under $200) and nerdy (right up Pharrell's alley). A company spokesperson had no comment.

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