Rihanna and Kendall Jenner wore the same cherry-print bikini and now fans are asking who wore it best. Kendall and Rihanna wore the HVN Underwire Bikini Top and Hipster Bikini Bottoms in the color cherry that features an all-over cherry print. Fans freaked out when they saw photos of Rihanna wearing the swimsuit on social media. The gorgeous Grammy-winner posed with two matching Chanel bags. It didn’t take long for fans to realize they had seen the bathing suit before.
Over the summer, Kendall Jenner shared lakeside photos where she too wore the same bikini.
The HVN Underwire Bikini Top retails for approximately $95 and the HVN Hipster Bikini Bottoms cost about $75.
The bikini top is made from stretch material and features a cherry clasp at the back. The shoulder straps are adjustable to ensure the best fit and the cups are lined.
You may see the photo of Rihanna wearing the cherry-print, string bikini below
Rihanna shared a second photo of herself in the outfit. She wore her hair in a modern mullet with short, side-swept bangs and donned a pair of matching, red sunglasses. She wore cherry-red lipstick to finish the look.
Putting her curves on full display, Rihanna took a snap of herself pulling her jeans down and then a second with them off. Her hip tattoo was visible. You may see the second photo that Rihanna shared below.
In the photo that Kendall Jenner shared of herself wearing the same bikini, she took a different pose. While Rihanna took photos of herself while standing, Kendall posed while reclining on a towel. She hid her face under a baseball cap and showed off her flat, toned tummy.
You may see the photo that Kendall Jenner shared of herself wearing the HVN cherry-print bikini below.
What do you think about the HVN cherry-print bikini? Do you like the bathing suit? Who do you think wore it best — Rihanna or Kendall Jenner?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.