The best red carpet looks of Rihanna
We just can't get enough of Rihanna
For a 14-year-old career, one like Rihanna’s, one has to be versatile. Her music topped the charts when she started out and into the late 2000s. Today she is not only a singer but also owns a makeup line ‘Fenty Beauty’ that is widely popular for the inclusion of all women. She has also acted in dozens of movies; ‘Oceans 8’ and ‘Annie’ are few of the famous ones. The May 2019 edition of Harper’s Bazaar captures Rihanna as the intersection between beauty and fashion. She graces their cover in the season’s most daring beauty looks and couture.
Before we grab the magazine and read more about ‘The Art Of Being Rihanna’, we decided to go back and adore all of her glorious red-carpet moments. From American Music Awards to The Diamond Ball and from Jean Paul Gauthier to Azzedine Alaia, here are few of the most memorable Rihanna red-carpets till date. What we love is how fashion changed, and seasons went by but RiRi’s personal style always remained relevant and never ran out of style. Our favourite? The Christian Dior evening gown she wore at the Diamond Ball. One can never get enough of satin. Scroll down to pick your favourite.
Rihanna in Givenchy at the 2012 BRIT Awards
Rihanna in Alexandre Vauthier and Christian Louboutin
Rihanna in Christian Dior at The Diamond Ball
Rihanna in Azzedine Alaia at the 2013 Grammys
Rihanna in Jean Paul Gauthier at the American Music Awards 2014
Rihanna in Marchesa at 2009 American Music Awards
Rihanna in Marchesa at Times 100
Rihanna in Stella McCartney at 2014 Met Gala
Rihanna in Kerry Washington at The Diamond Ball
Rihanna in Maison Margiela at Met Gala 2018
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20 year old fashion writer currently studying Journalism in Bangalore. Enthusiast of all things fashion. Spend my days just generally trying to be a perfect mix of Blair Waldorf and Audrey Hepburn.
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