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                                  Harper's Bazaar September 2020 (Courtesy)

Multi-faceted performer Rihanna graces every cover of Harper’s Bazaar across the globe as she talks about everything from influence to inclusivity.

The September issues always bring exciting new fashion to the forefront, but leave it to the 32-year-old singer to up the ante. An inside interview

with the Fenty mogul, conducted with editor Kahlana Barfield Brown, comes complete with an accompanying series of shots captured by Gray Sorrenti, with creative direction by Jenn Brill.

The shoot includes thats how-stopping fuzzy yellow coat from the Daniel Lee’s Fall 2020 Bottega Veneta offering, which makes for a spectacular cover image. In the new edition of the glossy, RiRi’s inimitable personal style during the ‘stay-at-home’ orders is evident as she models both vintage numbers, such as an archival John Galliano dress, and covetable high fashion pieces—think: a Dior logo print silk headscarf and a Saint Laurent coat—with aplomb. And because Rihanna certainly plays by her own rules, she’s even seen taking out the trash in her favorite fuchsia pink Amina Muaddi shoes.

Unsurprisingly, the shoot is also peppered with Savage x Fenty lingerie, and makeup looks throughout are executed with her cult-status Fenty Beauty products. Speaking of, the star talks about her brand vision for Fenty and the difficulties of “getting it right.”

“I’ve always seen the Fenty brand as more than just makeup, and I knew I wanted to make skin care from the very beginning,” she says. “It was just about getting it right. You have to live with the formulas for a while and test them in different ways. It’s very different from makeup in that sense. It takes a long time.” Much to the delight of beauty lovers everywhere, Rihanna took part in Harper’s popular video series, Go To Bed With Me.

If you need us, we’ll be adding all of her recommendations to cart.

Photographer: @graysorrenti
Creative Director: @jenbrillbrill
Profile written by @kahlanabarfield
Hair: @ursulastephen
Makeup: @priscillaono
Nails: @kimmiekyees

Rihanna wears @Fenti@MariaTash @anabelachan


Regardless of the concerns of the global pandemic there will be some Spring Fashion 20201 Week October 2020. Covid -19 has raised great concern globally and in the fashion world, a lot of fashion designers are turning its back on the traditional fashion calendar. The circumstances of the Spring Fashion week have been doubted amid the global Pandemic, economic turn down and protest against police brutality. There is a growing disturbance with the “What was and what has become” in the fashion world,  remarkably when it comes to the traditional calendar shows that are normally take place in the summer such as "The Mens Haute Couture are canceled or are taking place online.

But according to the The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode “The show must go on! From September 28 through October 8, for Spring 2021. The Paris fashion week will take place.The live online viewing will showcase a digital platform for participants to showcase new women's wear collections. According to a Press Release the online programming will align within the arrangements and recommendations of public authorities.

The introduction of a preliminary schedule has yet to be released but forecasting of who will attend is anticipated, Household names such as Dior have been within the realm of credibility. Brand CEO and President Pietro Becarri announced in a virtual press conference, that it plans to showcase a collection in September, and that "we hope to have some audience, if not a full room."Also A  possibility Saint Laurent may attend. Their reevaluation of introducing new lines has yet to be presented associated with a contemporary plan motivated by creativity.

New York, London and Milan Fashion Week have yet to announce their plans for the Spring 2021 season.


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