Rihanna’s vision of luxury is “aesthetically capricious, casually category-busting, impossibly cool”, writes Abby Aguirre, in her American Vogue November 2019 cover story about the mega wattage, 31-year-old woman musician and activist, beauty, lingerie and athleisure mogul, and now head of her own Fenty maison, in partnership with LVMH. Tonne Goodman styles Rihanna in superb images by Ethan James Green.
“Ultimate fashion force” Rihanna brings her prowess as a singer, actor, businesswoman, philanthropist and fashion designer to the pages of Vogue Hong Kong’s September 2019 issue. Rising image maker Hanna Moon brings her vibrant aesthetic to fashion looks from Alexander McQueen, Dries Van Noten, Richard Quinn, Louis Vuitton and more styled by Anya Ziourova in ‘Full Fashion Force’. / Hair by Yusef; makeup by Kanako Takase
One fact is for certain: a Savage x Fenty lingerie ad looks totally different from a Victoria’s Secret one. The talented business mogul Rihanna poses in her August 2019 lingerie drop, wearing pastel, muted prints and jacquard knits lensed by Dennis Leupold.
Rihanna makes a dazzling impression in the pages of Harper’s Bazaar China’s August 2019 issue. Xiao Mu Fan chooses modern drama gowns with traditional inspirations from Iris van Herpen Couture (blue) in the cover story lensed by Chen Man. / Makeup by Priscilla Ono; hair by Yusef Wlliams
Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Amor Mottley is one shrewd woman. Rihanna supported her candidacy to become Prime Minister in 2018, then joining forces with Motley as Cultural Ambassador for Barbados in September 2018.
PM Motley has raised her own international profile significantly since becoming leader of her country. AOC featured yesterday her role in activating a deliberate, fast-track move towards 100% renewable fuels by 2030. Barbados is joined by Jamaica in the lead and also Dominica in a major drive towards sustainability, now fueled with the activism, money and connections of Richard Branson, who has launched a program throughout the Caribbean post Hurricane Maria.
Now Barbados Prime Minister wants to open a museum celebrating Rihanna and her Work, Work, Work, Work, Work.
Mottley revealed in London that conversations are already underway between Rihanna’s manager brother and the Barbados government on honoring the Caribbean island’s most famous daughter born Robyn Rihanna Fenty , according to The Voice.
The Rihanna show continues to roll through pop culture, as the Barbados-born mogul drops into the pages of Interview Magazine’s Summer 2019 issue. The cover star is styled by Mel Ottenberg in images by Pierre Ange Carlotti./ Hair by Yusef; makeup by Stephane Marais