Pop diva Rihanna was pretty in pink today as she hit up Macy’s in New York to promote her latest fragrance RiRi by Rihanna.
The fragrance is Rihanna’s eighth to hit the market and for the first six months will be sold exclusively via Macy’s.
Purchased via their official website, a 1.7 ounce bottle of RiRi by Rihanna will cost you as little as $20- while the larger 3.4 ounce will set you back a mere $60.
As you all know by now, Rihanna is a Creative Director at Puma. She is also the Global Brand Ambassador for the company’s women’s fitness division. In both capacities it is Rihanna’s job to conceive and showcase new products, including this new high-impact sports bra she’s wearing in the company’s latest ad.
The $45 two-tone bra has padded shoulders, reinforced straps and will reportedly keep the twins nice and cozy with a mixture of polyester (44%), nylon (44%) and lycra (15%).
Rihanna Looks to Expand Her Fragrance Empire with RiRi by Rihanna
Pop diva Rihanna is back with RiRi by Rihanna, the singer’s eighth fragrance in her ever expanding collection.
The singer used her Instagram account earlier this evening to announce the news to fans, as well as show off the fragrance’s first promotional image.
Rihanna’s first fragrance, Rebe’l Fleur, was released almost almost five years ago, and according to Women’s Wear Daily, has amassed over one hundred millions in sales.
Rihanna’s Stance Socks Collection Unveiled
Rihanna wants to help you step your sock game up.
The 27-year old pop beauty has joined up with Stance to become their latest Punk and Poets (a fancy name for spokesperson) and has just unveiled her first limited edition collection for the brand.
The Murder Rih Wrote collection is available now and features crew and over the knee socks for both men and women, ranging in price from twenty-six to thirty dollars… a pair.
Here it is boys and girls: Rihanna’s video for her latest single Bitch Better Have My Money. There has been a lot of build-up to the release of this visual, including Rihanna’s appearance at the recent BET Awards, where she took part in several skits to promote the video’s pseudo-mobster theme. Was all the hype worth that? That’s for you to decide. Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Rihanna used her platform at last night’s BET Awards to announce the visual for her single (Bitch Better Have My Money) would be unveiled this coming Thursday, July 2, via Vevo. She then promotly dropped an almost two minute trailer for clip, which she reportedly co-directed alongside Megaforce.
According to published reports, Rihanna and her company Roraj Trade, LLC filed a patent for $CHOOL KIlls with the US Patent and Trademarks Office back in May of this year. At the time no one thought much of it, celebs attempt to patent all sorts of things. However, thanks to Grazia.co.uk, we now know the patent is actually for a new fashion and accessories line the singer hopes to unleash on the world before years end.
I know what you’re all thinking, but nope, not true. Rihanna doesn’t already have her own fashion line. Her much-hyped River Island Collection a few years back was a one-time collaboration with the brand and is now defunct.
Rihanna’s full length Secret Garden campaign has finally been unveiled in its entirety.
Coming in at just over four minutes, the Steven Klein directed clip is one long commercial for Dior’s haute couture line, which for the first time in its history, is being fronted by a black woman.
The video was shot in the château and gardens of Versailles and is set to the soundtrack of Only If For A Night, a new single to be featured on the singer’s upcoming eighth studio album, tentatively titled R8.