You can now buy Rihanna’s iconic tie-dye dress to support the Black Lives Matter movement

In light of the protests breaking out all over the world in response to the recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, many celebrities have stepped up to the plate and shown their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

For some celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and Drake, showing support has included making large monetary donations to charities benefitting Black lives and the Black Lives Matter movement. Others — like Cole Sprouse, Keke Palmer, Michael B. Jordan — have even shown their support by showing up to protests and marching with millions of others.

Business mogul and Grammy-winning singer Rihanna, meanwhile, has shown her support for the Black Lives Matter movement in a number of ways. Not only has she used her social media platforms to encourage people to vote, but her company Fenty most recently participated in Blackout Tuesday. Rihanna’s lingerie brand Savage x Fenty also recently announced that it would be donating funds to support Black Lives Matter and The Bail Project.

And that’s not all the “Love on the Brain” singer has done. To help raise money for Black Lives Matter, Solace Women’s Aid and The Voice of Domestic Workers, it appears that RiRi gave London-based brand ASAI the go-ahead to sell and reproduce a tie-dye dress that was previously in the singer’s possession. 

“We will be Producing this iconic dress EXCLUSIVELY For 3 charities,” ASAI announced on Instagram. “FINALLY YOU CAN ALSO HAVE THIS DRESS AND THE ONLY WAY.”

If you’re interested in buying the £300 ($377) tie-dye dress made famous by Rihanna, you can email or message ASAI on Instagram.

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