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Last night at the 30th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards, Rihanna was presented with the award for Shoe of the Year for the Fenty Puma Creeper.

The shoe has had incredible success since its launch in September 2015, selling out in hours every single time new pairs were released. Rihanna, of course, arrived to the FNAAs wearing a black and white pair of Creepers.

Rihanna is the first woman to win the Shoe of the Year award. Kanye West won the award for the Yeezy Boost 350 in 2015 and Stan Smith won for the Adidas Stan Smith sneaker in 2014.

In her speech, Rihanna said that the award makes her “proud to be a woman and proud to be a young woman from Barbados, especially.”

The singer and designer said she never expected people to love the Creepers as much as she does.

“I didn’t expect people to love it the way I do, and the way they’ve supported it means so much to me.” She also gave a shoutout to her fans and inspiration: “All the Creeper fans and all the kids in the street who inspire me by doing things their own way.”

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PUMA and Rihanna continue their collaborative campaign with a luxe rendition of the PUMA Creeper. The new sneakers come in new velvet installments just in time for the holidays, featuring a soft textile upper complete with monochromatic options, waxed laces, and metallic gold foil branding for a luxurious look perfect for dressing up or dressing down.

The Fenty Creeper’s appeal is based on its velvet exterior, which boasts handcrafted Italian craftsmanship, dropping in a trio of colors: black, burgundy, and a gray hue dubbed cement. A matching velvet dust bag will also come with each purchase.

On Nov. 29, Footwearnews be honoring Rihanna and Puma with the Shoe of the Year award at the annual Footwear News Achievement Awards in New York. Over the course of 2016, the Fenty Puma Creeper has churned up incredible demand and excitement for this fashion-forward, wearable sneaker.

The Rihanna Puma Creeper will be available on December 8th for $150 a piece at select Puma retailers and online at PUMA.com.

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Three hours: That’s how long it took for Rihanna’s first shoe for Puma — the Creeper — to sell out when it debuted last fall and it continued to gain momentum during this year.

The Fenty Puma Creeper was the only choice for the 2016 Shoe of the Year: The sought-after honor will be presented at the 30th annual Footwear News Achievement Awards in New York on Nov. 29.

“In my wildest dreams, I never would have imagined an honor like Shoe of the Year,” Rihanna told FN. “It means so much to me to make a mark like this in the shoe and sneaker industry and to have so many people share my love for the Creeper.”

FN selects the shoe of the year based on retail sales, consumer feedback, social media prowess and overall buzz. The award has been handed out just three times: Kanye West took it home last year and accepted it in person with a heartfelt and funny 20-minute speech about his fashion rise and hit Yeezy Boost 350 sneaker with Adidas. In 2014, tennis legend Stan Smith was on hand to accept the prize for his own hot signature shoe with Adidas.

“Shoe of the Year is the most coveted award because it truly reflects industry dominance,” said Michael Atmore, FN’s editorial director. “Like Stan Smith and Kanye West, Rihanna made a statement shoe that drove global excitement and generated huge sales. Rihanna and Puma pushed the market in a new direction with an overnight sensation that has real legs.”

This year, Rihanna’s Creepers have flooded Instagram feeds, caused site crashes and popped up on eBay the moment the shoes sell out. Fans of Rihanna’s bold, devil-may-care approach to fashion have scrambled to get their hands on a pair of Creepers, which have released in an array of mostly neutral colorways over the past year. But it’s not just female fans who are scooping up the style: Rihanna and Puma have also released the Creepers in men’s sizing with success.

The Creeper — which has been worn by Cara Delevingne, Gigi and Bella Hadid and The Weeknd, among other celebrities — is a twist on Puma’s classic styles, decked out with a Creeper-style sole. Rihanna, who serves as creative director for the athletic brand, designed the shoe with input from menswear brand Mr. Completely, which had previously made her custom Adidas and Nike sneakers.

Since the release of the Creeper, Rihanna and Puma have dropped a laceless trainer and faux fur slides. She’s also put on two Fenty x Puma runway shows, most recently for spring ’17 at Paris Fashion Week in October.

As Rihanna steps into the shoe spotlight, FN is also acknowledging the continued success of West and Adidas, which is why Adidas North America president Mark King will be honored with the Person of the Year award.

Other honorees at the event, affectionately known as the Shoe Oscars, include Designer of the Year Paul Andrew, Lifetime Achievement Award winner Aldo Bensadoun, Icon Award winner Iris Apfel and Hall of Fame inductee Linda Fargo, fashion maven at Bergdorf Goodman.

Stay tuned for more of the 2016 winners, including Company of the Year, Brand of the Year and Style Influencer. The FN Achievement Awards are sponsored by the Fashion Footwear Association of New York (FFANY), Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America (FDRA), Zappos Luxury and Two Ten Footwear Foundation.

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Rihanna’s upcoming Spring/Summer 2017 FENTYxPUMA collection is currently previewed exclusively at the Puma Black Store in Tokyo. Head over to our gallery for a closer look of the collection, set to release next year.

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Rihanna is continuing her stay in Paris by working. Yesterday (Oct 2nd) she was on set of a Puma photoshoot in a beautiful building in the city. She arrived to the set rocking her own clothing for Puma, make sure to check out the photos in our gallery.

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VOGUE – Rihanna presented her new Fenty x Puma collection in an intimate salon setting in Paris yesterday, though legions of her fans across the globe tuned in to watch the live-stream on Tidal. Just minutes before the lights went up on the runway, as models such as Imaan Hammam, Taylor Hill, and Anwar Hadid milled about the hallways of the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild in 18th-century-inspired streetwear looks, the singer checked in with Vogue.com for an exclusive pregame interview. Here she talks candidly about her vision for Spring 2017, about how Versailles became a major source of inspiration, and why Marie Antoinette might be the most important bad gal muse of all time.

Tell us about the mood of the new collection.
“It was definitely a departure from the first collection; that collection had a much darker tone to it, intentionally so. To me, Spring should feel like something fresh, even though I’m not going to stop wearing black altogether. But I didn’t want it to be super-bubbly, so I kept it a bit street—everything was super-sporty and definitely highly influenced by 18th-century French culture, and the style of that time, mainly Marie Antoinette, and the Palace of Versailles. She just had this regal way about her, and everything she did was big. I wanted to mix that in with sport. I thought it would be a challenge, and it was! But I enjoyed it, and I hope that people do, too.”

Why did you choose to show your collection in Paris?
“I chose Paris because I wanted people to feel the entire tone of the new collection. I wanted them to feel like this is what Marie Antoinette might wear to the gym, or play tennis in. I imagined it like that, and I hope people receive it in a fun way. The other challenge was having to design part of the collection for men. I ended up just going back to myself for that, because, you know, I wear men’s clothes all the time. So I thought to myself, “Just design what you like to wear.” Tonight it’s going to be a very salon-style show—very French—and that idea was inspired by those old Christian Dior shows from back in the day, when he would show in a small room. When I went to the Dior headquarters and heard the story of how Christian Dior used to show in those small spaces, it stunned me, because Dior is such a huge brand.”

What are your first memories of Paris?
“I remember a lot of Coca-Cola and a lot of chocolate! Not matter where I was, even in a radio station, they always offered chips, chocolate, and Coca-Cola. I would have been 16 or 17 at the time. But I remember the architecture being so incredible to look at—the fountains in the middle of roundabouts, the streets, the lampposts. Everything here is so beautiful, it never leaves you, even if you’ve only been to Paris once. The more you come, the more you learn about the culture. Eventually I was able to go to Versailles. We shot a Dior campaign there. I was blown away to be in the halls and the rooms that Marie Antoinette roamed through. Those things stay with you, and later go on to inspire things that you do. And that’s what happened with this collection.”

If you could pick one song to describe this collection, what would it be?
“Well, funnily enough, I can give you a sort of collabo of an answer on that because the soundtrack tonight is a combination of violins mixed with trap beats. To me, that represents this collection: It’s super-regal and a perfect mix of street- and sportswear.”

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FENTY x PUMA by Rihanna : Runway - Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017

Tonight was a big night for Rihanna, who presented her Spring/Summer 17 FENTYxPUMA collection at Paris Fashion Week. The show was held at the incredibly beautiful Hotel de Salomon De Rothschild in Paris, which fit perfectly with the color scheme of the collection.

Inspired by the concept of “Marie Antoinette at the gym,” Rihanna gave a distinctly feminine cast to streetwear staples like hoodies, track bottoms and sneakers, rendered soft in a scheme of ivory, pink, nude and army green. Floral prints, lingerie fabrics and touches of lace on both the women’s and men’s looks amped the girlishness quotient even further, blurring traditional gender delineations. The combination of a mid-range tonal palette and tunic-length hoodies did indeed call to mind Kanye West’s recent collections for Adidas, but these clothes were far more inventive and elaborate, building nicely on the silhouettes established at Rihanna’s debut black-and-white collection in February. That said, they didn’t look particularly easy to pull off: Few besides Rihanna would find a white, skin-tight jumpsuit flattering to the figure.

Check back later for more photos of Rihanna’s upcoming line and don’t forget to watch a video below. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @URihannaFansite for even faster news and videos!

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