Rihanna wears the fetish shoe trend with Rodarte

Rihanna is no stranger to the fetish/bondage clothing trend; in fact we’ve spotted her in it a number of times. Her most recent outing in the trend was at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy party, to which she wore a Preen dress and a pair of Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte chain-detail heels.

Rihanna in Rodarte shoes

The fetish-inspired heel is one of the Spring/Summer 2009 shoe trends, and one we’re starting to see more or.

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Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party
Rihanna at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm Grammy Party

For more photos of Rihanna in her Rodarte heels, click on the gallery below.

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