Pop icon Rihanna brings a bold look to her fierce new VIVA GLAM campaign, accenting her fearless, confident style with shades of frosted metallic mauve Lipstick and Lipglass, in velvety soft red packaging featuring her signature. Also available, the modern red hues of Rihanna’s original VIVA GLAM collection. Every cent of the selling price of VIVA GLAM Rihanna goes toward helping women, men and children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
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The lipstick and lipglass are currently available in North America and will be released globally later this month.
If you thought Rihanna wouldn’t suprise us with another outfit from yesterday (September 7), you were wrong. Later that evening she was seen dressed all in red heading to a party. Love it! Click here for photos.
RiRi keeps busy in New York City! This Sunday night (September 7), she attended another fashion show, this time for Versace. While we wait for professional pictures from inside, check out photos from outside here. Hot!
Rihanna attended Edun during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015 held at the Skylight Modern this Sunday (September 7) in New York City. Click here for photos. Ri was also photographed outside the event, images are available here.
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Rihanna looked extra hot with her stylist Mel Ottenberg at the Altuzarra show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015 this Saturday (September 6) in New York City. Click here for photos.
Watch below a video of Ri at Adam Selman’s fashion show yesterday:
Check out pictures from Rihanna’s appearance at Adam Selman fashion show in New York City yesterday (September 5). Read below a Vogue.com report.
Three months ago, designer Adam Selman created a dress that will be remembered for decades to come: the sheer crystal-encrusted gown that Rihanna wore to accept her CFDA Fashion Icon Award. Known for that daring high-wattage glamour—the look caused a #nipplegate fiasco after all—Selman’s spring 2015 collection showed a different side to the designer. “I think our ideas overlap naturally. I’m trying to make a differentiation from my costumes designs,” said Selman. “I want to make sure I have my own voice with my label.”