Rihanna looked flawless while partying up in Barbados — the singer jetted to her native island to join in the celebration at the Crop Over carnival.
Before becoming co-stars in this summer’s sci-fi film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, Rihanna and Cara Delevingne were friends for years. And their affection for each other shows on the red carpet as they hit premieres together around the world, serving one strikingly different — yet equally awesome — style moment after another.
Hollywood officially has an "it" bra. Charlize Theron rocked the Dior bra for a second “Atomic Blonde” premiere. She's not the first star to show off the look.
Rihanna and Cara Delevingne are true red carpet queens. Rihanna and Cara Delevingne are proving to be two red carpet queens on the press tour of their new sci-fi film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The ANTI artist, whose sense of style spans the sartorial spectrum, has favored princess gowns for her latest outings, choosing a puffy pink Giambattista Valli number for the Hollywood premiere of the movie last week.
Jessica Lea Mayfield, a 28-year-old singer-songwriter from Kent, Ohio, shared her story of domestic abuse with her 7,000 Instagram followers Monday.
Rihanna wears an Alberta Ferretti dress in new music video, “Wild Thoughts” with DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller. Rihanna has many, many skills. The latest example of her sorcery is evident in the new music video for her song with DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller, “Wild Thoughts.” In the video, Rihanna wears a loss-fitting, chiffon, turquoise dress by Italian designer, Alberta Ferretti.
While the dress was long-sleeved and loose, it showed a lot of skin, proving that she was unperturbed by the remarks from a Barstool Sports writer.
Blogger Chris Spags claims he is being "cyber-bullied" by Rihanna fans after he wrote a controversial blog post essentially fat-shaming the singer.
Rihanna, who has a wicked fashion sense, showed up to the space-themed Cannes gala in a Disney princess-like dress by Adam Selman — but with a sky-high slit to her waist that few princesses would dare to rock.
Rihanna is known for never shying away from controversial fashions. She was true to form at the star-studded Christian Dior Cruise 2018 runway show Thursday.
All eyes were on Rihanna and her deluxe fur coat at the Dior Sauvage Cruise 2018 show in L.A. last night. It takes style skill to stand out among 800 guests, including celebs Charlize Theron, Brie Larson, and Kiernan Shipka. If you’re inspired by Rihanna, go forth and shop her look — or rather, emulate it — with some key turquoise pieces. The trick here is to pile them on, the more the better.
To complement her modern-day cowgirl ensemble, Rihanna rocked center-parted jet-black waves, metallic gold eyeshadow, and rose-taupe lipstick.
Rihanna has been spotted wearing a stylish yet affordable pair of Kurt Cobain–style white rimmed sunglasses by Raen Optics. And the best part? You can have them, too, as they cost $135.
The earrings, called the Samira Hoops, are by jewelry-maven-designer/budding-chef Jennifer Fisher and are offered in three sizes and two tones.
Kim Kardashian admits she’s now dressing down, while Kate Hudson dyes her hair to match her dress. Priyanka Chopra pops her collar and takes a not-so-basic trench coat to new lengths to try to top Zendaya, who was pretty in parrots. And Katy Perry tries to out-avant-garde red carpet royalty RiRi. Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee rounds up his favorite looks from the 2017 Met Ball and pits them head-to-head to see who will emerge as this week’s winners in Knockout Style.
This year’s Met Gala was equal parts glam and slam. There’s the divine Met Ball newbie Celine Dion using her shoe as a telephone. There’s Bella Hadid and her see-through Alexander Wang jumpsuit. Not to mention … Kendall Jenner’s La Perla non-dress. Who better to break down the Met Ball hits and misses than rapper Hats and Raps, giving folks a slice of Rei Kawakubo. Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty: Met Gala 2017: What Everyone Wore Met Gala 2017: According to Selena Gomez, Maxi Dresses Are Here to Stay