Now either Rihanna is a fan of the Hitman series or Square Enix and Trapstar are paying her a load of cash but today Rihanna was today spotted wearing clothes that have been designed by Trapstar, a clothes designer that makes clothes that have been worn by singers such as Rihanna and Rita Ora. But not just any Trapstar clothes. Square Enix and Trapstar have teamed up to release an exclusive line of clothes based on the upcoming Hitman: Absolution which will be released on November 20th, the same day as the release of the game.
“Hitman: Absolution is one of the coolest entertainment brands around and Agent 47 is always dressed to kill, so working with Trapstar seemed the perfect fit” said Jon Brooke, Brand and UK Marketing Director of Square Enix Ltd.
“Being given the chance to work with Square Enix on the Hitman: Absolution project, has the makings of an epic collaboration. It gives Trapstar the opportunity to be experimentally playful with the clothing and unleash darker imagery” commented Mikey Trapstar, Co-founder and Creative Director of Trapstar.
The clothing line will include T-Shirts, Hoodies and Caps which will all incorporate features such as the barcode, the number 47 and sniper reticules and will be avaliable to buy from Trapstars flagship store in London although no prices has been announced.
One of the more rarer pieces worn below by Rihanna is a trench coat in which there will only be ten of them in the world. Or maybe make that nine available to buy as one of them seems to be owned by Rihanna.
What do you think about all of this? Do you think Rihanna is a suitable celebrity to endorse clothing for a game such as Hitman? Do you even think the clothing is suitable to repent the series? Make your view heard in the comments!