Five times the charm! The beautiful Rihanna graces the cover of the prestigious Vogue Magazine for the 6th time, and does she look stunning! She sits down with Nigerian-UK Fashion expert Chioma Nnadi and talks Business, her bodacious body and turning 30! Photographed by the dynamic duo of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, excerpts from her interview and all her hot shots are down below. You would love them!

Rihanna is one superstar that we are going to love and look out for, forever! Since bursting onto the scene over a decade ago, Rihanna continues to keep us on edge—in the best possible way: With her music, her beauty line, and a newly launched lingerie collection that features models of all shapes and sizes, she’s constantly inventing and inspiring. 
Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty is a night owl. Her most intense bouts of creativity often come after midnight, a rhythm she picked up early in her music career. In the dark, soundproofed environment of a recording studio, time is elastic. And when you’re Rihanna, and the world is your oyster, then time is really elastic. 

Before long, we’re on the hunt for potential suitors. “This guy is too pretty—if you’re pretty, you at least gotta have wrinkles,” Rihanna says, sizing up a male-model type who’s posing bare-chested on a surfboard. And so we’re on to the next. “OK, and this one is giving me Charlie Manson. No?” I nod in agreement; psychopaths are not an option. After swiping through a dozen profiles or more, she lands on a good one. “Now, this is your type!” she says. She’s not wrong: This man is scruffy but handsome, age appropriate (36), and appears to be gainfully employed (an actor, not my first choice, but hey, nobody’s perfect). “He looks smart, he’s British, and he’s got edges!” (Translation: He’s got all his own hair.) She swipes right, and a message pops up almost instantaneously on the screen: It’s a match! We both throw our heads back and start screaming with laughter.

 The Barbados-born star shines in swimwear, silver, and sparkles courtesy of designers such as Chanel, Michael Kors Collection, and Paco Rabanne. 

Read the full interview at VOGUE 

Credits: Vogue Magazine 

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