During the 2015 Met Gala, Rihanna rocked an impressive outfit featuring a magnificent cape designed by Guo Pei, a Chinese fashion artist. The cape was so enormous that it took the assistance of several people to help Rihanna maneuver her way down the red carpet in style and elegance.
Rihanna, the renowned music icon, has achieved remarkable success beyond her musical career. A notable achievement of hers has been representing the fashion brand Dior as the first black woman, creating history. In an MTV interview, Rihanna expressed her excitement about this opportunity, highlighting that it is not just a personal accomplishment but also a significant milestone for her culture and young girls from diverse backgrounds.
Dior made headlines last week by announcing that their fourth Secret Garden campaign will feature none other than Rihanna, the talented 27-year-old singer. This is a big deal, as Dior has typically worked with models like Daria Strokus, Melissa Stasiuk, and Xiao Wen Ju, as well as actresses including Jennifer Lawrence, Natalie Portman, and Marion Cotillard. However, Rihanna is no stranger to fashion and beauty, and is clearly thrilled to be chosen. In her own words, “It’s very special for me as a woman to feel beautiful, sophisticated, and eternally fashionable.”
The gifted musician behind the chart-topping track FourFiveSeconds is gearing up for her first ever modeling gig with a prestigious French fashion house. Despite having already appeared on the covers of multiple magazines, including Vogue, she has never before strutted her stuff for this particular designer. She has, however, previously lent her stunning looks to other famous brands such as Balmain and Emporio Armani. Her impeccable fashion sense was even recognized by the Council of Fashion Designers of America when she was named their Style Icon of 2014.
As reported by Women’s Wear Daily, Dior has plans to shoot their next campaign at the iconic Palace of Versailles in Paris with photographer Steven Klein. The campaign is set to release both print and film versions in the coming spring. For the latest updates on this exciting news, be sure to follow journalist Tre’Vell Anderson on Twitter at @TrevellAnderson. It’s worth noting that Anderson is a highly qualified journalist, holding a master’s degree in journalism from Stanford University, and previously worked as a film reporter for the Los Angeles Times until November 2018.