Rihanna hip split: Jasmine di Milo dress

Over the past few days we’ve touted that a fair share of 2010 fashion trends will see a major redefinition of many fashion terms. We’ve had to redefine hot pants as the hem line has become a negative measurement, and we’ve also had to redefine the thigh-high dress split. Reading that fashion trend report you’ll see that thigh-high is seemingly too tame for today’s tastes and has instead come to mean ‘above the thigh’. Case in point: singer Rihanna’s dress at the Glamour Awards dinner.

Rihanna dress split

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Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner
Rihanna at Glamour Awards Dinner

You’d be forgiven for believing that Rihanna‘s dress comes from Versace; the fashion house is, after all, synonymous with impossibly high dress splits. Not so. This copper toned dress was designed by Jasmine di Milo.

For more pictures of Rihanna and her hip-high dress split click on the thumbnails below. To read more on the high dress split fashion trend follow that link.

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