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I know many fans are upset about not having ANY new music from Rihanna since 2016, but I am one of the few that’s not so upset about it. Rih Rih has been in her BAG. I love how she has taken her musical popularity and has turned it into many sources of income. She has been a heavy weight in the fashion and beauty industry lately and I am HERE for it. Her brand Fenty has served so many purposes for women of color and I don’t see her stopping anytime soon.

Rihanna has been off the scene quite a bit, but it was very refreshing to see her on the cover of I.D. Magazine. With I.D. magazine’s 40th anniversary on the horizon, she was the perfect candidate to grace this cover. This girl boss also co-curated this issue, so it was necessary to name it the Rihannazine. Her big hair and fierce smize had me completely stuck! As I was scanning my digital copy to see who was responsible for styling and it was HER. Rihanna wore all of her own clothes from her Fenty Luxury line for the entire issue. Her styling was a combination of grungy and edgy which was perfect for her intense stature.

Photographer: Mario Sorrenti

I can talk about this cover all day, but you won’t really understand until you see for yourself! Click here to read the digital copy of this month’s I.D. Magazine.

By Brittanie Sturdivant, Sophomore, Open Campus Parsons School of Design

Instagram: B_Slay_S


Written by Brittanie

I rep the 219, Indiana. I'm a wardrobe stylist and owner of Vintage By. B. I love shopping for pieces that are different and that I know nobody else will have! But one thing I hate about shopping is going broke doing so. Throughout the years of me working in retail, I have picked up a lot of tips and tricks for saving LOTS of money when shopping. I also go against trends by Vintage shopping. I find pieces that I can pair together to create works of art. You can call me a penny pincher, but I'll look BOMB while pinching my pennies :)

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