Fashion brand ASAI is bringing back Rihanna's memorable holiday dress for a good cause. Amid protests in response to George Floyd's death and police brutality, British-Chinese-Vietnamese designer A Sai Ta took action to stand with the Black community by bringing back the singer's outfit to raise funds for Black Lives Matter, Solace Women's Aid, and The Voice of Domestic Workers.
Rihanna has close ties to ASAI, since they created a 24-piece capsule collection for Selfridges last year. Back in February, the brand was forced to cancel its Autumn/Winter fashion show due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, but it appears to be back in business for one particular piece of clothing. "No one else has this dress apart from me and RiRi," ASAI's caption reads. "We will be producing this iconic dress exclusively for three charities!"
In order to purchase Rihanna's Hot Wok tie-dye minidress, interested customers should direct message ASAI's Instagram account (@asaitakeaway) or or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading to get a refresher on the famous dress, and make sure to check out these Black-owned fashion businesses you can support right now.