Rihanna cuts a casual figure as she strolls through JFK in royal blue slogan jacket, navy joggers and baseball cap

She’s a global superstar who has turned her talents to beauty and fashion in recent years.

And Rihanna looked every inch the style icon as she touched down at New York City‘s JFK Airport on Sunday.

Sporting a royal blue and red slogan jacket, the singer, 29, opted for a low-key ensemble as she strolled through the terminal.

The Work hitmaker opted for comfort on her flight as she hid her curves under a navy jumper and matching joggers.

She paired the look with soft brown boots and toted a blue furry holdall from her own Fenty x Puma line in one hand and a purple Dior handbag in the other.

The Barbadian-beauty covered her raven tresses in a dark blue baseball cap and donned a pair of black sunglasses.

Rihanna, who has created a storm in the beauty industry with her line Fenty, showed off her striking looks with minimal make-up, opting for a clear complexion and a slick of lip balm.

The star has had a difficult start to 2018 after her cousin Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne, was shot dead in Barbados on Christmas Day.

Earlier this month, she jetted out to the Caribbean island to attend the 21-year-old’s funeral.

Taking to Instagram, she penned an emotional tribute: ‘RIP cousin… can’t believe it was last night that I held you in my arms!

‘Never thought that would be the last time I felt the warmth in your body!!! Love you always man! #endgunviolence.’

On Friday, it was announced that the Umbrella songstress will perform her smash hit ‘Wild Thoughts’ alongside DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller at the 60th Grammy Awards.

However the number, which dominated the chart last summer, hasn’t been nominated for an award.

The trio will take the stage alongside Cardi B, Bruno Mars, Kesha, SZA, Luis Fonsi, and Daddy Yankee in the star-studded line-up.

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