Fifty Shades Of Rihanna: Singer Looks Racy In Chains & Leather
Style chameleon Rihanna is known for taking fashion risks. But, for the September edition of the W magazine, the singer took her style to a whole new level by going dark glam.Advertisement
Rihanna is the cover star for the latest issue of W magazine. For the 28-year-old singer, it is her most dramatic shoot ever.
RiRi dons the garb of a fierce warrior complete with chains, leather and racy lingerie. The singer shows off her figure in her bizarre style.
For the cover of the magazine, Rihanna shed gold tears. Her latest campaign shows off a completely new side of her, as she takes part in a complex, fast-moving short story, wearing skimpy outfits.
RiRi’s face dripped with jewels. Her bizarre look was part of the singer’s post-apocalyptic-themed shoot with W magazine, Mirror UK reports.
The “Diamonds” hitmaker’s adorns facial accessories like gold eye bling, bright red jeweled lips and lots of diamonds. Rihanna’s iconic makeup was done by none other than Patt McGrath.
In the special collector’s edition of the magazine, Rihanna is ‘Tomorrow,’ the last woman on earth. She is a “regal icon in war and peace” and a “fearless leader and warrior in a dark, dystopian future.”
The singer smolders in the photoshoot as she is transported from a war scene, as explosions take off behind her. RiRi wears lace-up corsets, is seen in motorbikes, with ripped tights in the series of 10 pictures.
She wears a long coat and thigh-high boots in one picture, in another black-and-white picture, Rihanna changes into leather. All the diamonds that Rihanna wears in the W magazine photographs are Cartier, USA Today reports.
However, for fans of RiRi who want to replicate the diva’s style, her red lips are perfectly doable. Celebrity makeup artist Patt McGrath has used her newest product from her Pat McGrath Labs line 004.
Meanwhile, RiRi’s short film story has been written by screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker. The singer will make her debut in “Bates Motel” final season next year as Marion Crane.