Mabala Noise, Mutli-award winning South African hip hop artist, Riky Rick, captured the attention of world renowned New York Times Fashion yesterday whilst attending the prestigious Paris Fashion Week.
The image of Riky Rick featured on The New York Times Fashion social media platforms was taken by acclaimed photographer Acielle who is one of the biggest street style photography names worldwide. She contributes photography for Vogue.Com and The New York Times.
It’s no surprise that Riky Rick’s bold, eclectic style aesthetic has been noticed by renowned international platforms. Over the past year Riky Rick has proven to be a style icon locally being the center of many fashion discussions and winning a coveted SA Style Award for being SA’s “Most Stylish Performing Artist In Music.”
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Riky Rick’s feature in The New York Times Fashion sets the right tone for 2017 which is pegged to be a momentous fashion year for Riky Rick. Keep posted to Riky Rick’s social media platforms for more highlights of his time at Paris Fashion Week and for updates on some great fashion reveals to be disclosed soon.
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