If you’ve yet to hear the rumors, Rihanna and Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) are currently filming together in Cuba, as both are reportedly cast members of the upcoming Guava Island, directed by Atlanta and “This Is America” video director Hiro Murai. While we’ve yet to hear any details about a plot or release…
Have we counted the ways we love Rihanna lately? The multi-hyphenate star astounds in many aspects, but perhaps what makes her mystique so enduring is the fact that she clearly feels no pressure to conform to anyone’s expectations but her own.
There’s a lot to love about Rihanna: model and muse Slick Woods says she reminds her of her mother, while Drake famously claimed to have been in love with her since age 22 (and still can’t seem to stop referencing her). But one of Rih’s most lovable qualities is that she’s an unabashed boss, which she proved on Friday…
When Rihanna debuted literally pencil-thin brows for her history-making September cover of British Vogue, the general response was one of awe—and fear that the look was coming back.
We can only imagine how fun it might be to get an in-office visit from Rihanna, but to do so surrounded by couture? We’re swooning, just at the thought. But British Vogue editor-in-chief is a much cooler customer than we could ever hope to be, greeting the megastar mogul like the the old friend she is when she arrives…
When Edward Enninful took over the reins at British Vogue, we knew that big things were in store. Of the 10 issues he’s produced since becoming editor-in-chief, five have featured women of color, already marking his tenure as the first black man to hold the position one of inclusion and positive change. Supermodel…
Fenty addicts, get ready to get philanthropic: For Rihanna’s latest beauty industry feat, she’s created an irresistible new product for an undeniably good cause ... and she’s made it diamond-themed.
If you follow Rihanna on Instagram, you’ve likely noticed that lately, every time Rihanna posts something—particularly if it’s related to her ginormously successful Fenty beauty line—there’s a strong showing of comments to the effect of: “But where’s the album tho? 👀”
That’s what Rihanna would have you believe.
The last we heard of Rihanna and Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel, the two had parted ways—reportedly because she had simply grown tired of dude.
Tie me up, tie me down, but make it Savage x Fenty.
Few contemporary stars switch up their looks more dramatically or with more regularity than Cardi B, who, in her very brief time in the limelight, has given us more transformations than we can count. Thankfully, we don’t have to, since Allure got Cardi’s makeup artist Erika La’Pearl to give us a retrospective rundown…
Surprise! Fenty Beauty is hosting a series of pop-up shops in New York City to promote the release of its Moroccan Spice palette.
You know, sometimes we hate how much we love Rihanna.
In March, Virgil Abloh made headlines when he was announced as the new artistic director of menswear for Louis Vuitton, becoming the first African American to hold the position. (Might I add, we’re still shook and inspired by that.)
We’re always happy to see Tracee Ellis Ross. Our current favorite TV mom and best friend in our head is always good for a laugh, a brilliant quip or a fashion statement. But now she’s put an image in our heads that we simply can’t shake—that is, unless it happens.
After a lot of hype and a major heist, the all-female franchise that is Ocean’s 8 has proved to be well worth the undoubtedly hefty salaries of its cast, several of whom appeared on BBC stalwart The Graham Norton Show to promote their new film ahead of its British premiere last week.
Are we tired of Fenty x Puma yet? Not quite.
Rihanna wowed us at last week’s New York City premiere of her now-hit film, Ocean’s 8, wearing a metallic, micro-pleated and ruffled plum-colored confection by Givenchy, and going monochromatic with matching sandals, nails, lips and eyes.
Much has been said of Ocean’s 8, the all-female reboot of the franchise (which originated in 1960) made famous for a new generation over a decade ago by George Clooney, Brad Pitt and a crew of other male stars. With the latest installment starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway and Rihanna in a diverse…