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Fashion Credits: Rihanna for US Vogue April 2016

Fashion Credits: Rihanna for US Vogue April 2016

Rihanna Vogue US April 2016 magazine cover

Rihanna Vogue US April 2016 magazine coverThe queen of magazine covers is back at it with her second Vogue cover for April 2016. We already checked out her British Vogue cover and editorial here but now she fronts US Vogue’s latest issue. Head over to Vogue to read the cover story. The singer talks about her new album, the Fenty x Puma fall collection and mentions an upcoming collaboration with Dior on sunglasses! Here’s a quick look at what she wore in the photo shoot:

Rihanna Vogue US April 2016 Tom Ford multicolor sequin sheer dressRihanna was styled by Tonne Goodman and photography was done by Mert and Marcus. On the cover she wore a Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2016 dress [Look 32]. The floor-length gown features sheer panels and multicoloured sequins.

Rihanna US Vogue April 2016 Givenchy couture gold sequin gownIn the next shot Rih looks naturally stunning in a gold gown from Givenchy‘s Spring 2016 couture collection [Look 3]. On the runway the sequinned gown was presented with a top that was eliminated for the shoot. The dress features thin straps accented with rose gold ball studs and rough edge lace on the bodice.

Rihanna Vogue US April 2016 Anita Ko diamond ear cuffIn this beauty shot Rihanna wore two 18k gold and pavé white diamond ear cuffs by Anita Ko. You can purchase the ear cuffs from Neiman Marcus for $1,950 each. The beaded gown is from Ralph Lauren.

Rihanna US Vogue April 2016 Saint Laurent sequin mini dressHere the Barbadian entertainer looked off into the distance while wearing a mini dress from Saint Laurent‘s Spring 2016 collection [Look 6]. The short, sleeveless, sequinned dress boasts a deep cowl neckline.

Rihanna Us Vogue April 2016 Marchesa gold lace braletteFinally, Rihanna posed in a gold lace bralette from Marchesa‘s Spring/Summer 2016 collection [Look 27]. It was worn on the runway under a sheer dress with the matching shorts.

images courtesy vogue/mert and marcus

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