Rihanna, The First-ever Black Spokeswoman For The Iconic Fashion House Steams Up The Cover In Dior Magazine Spread

| September 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Rihanna stunned in Dior’s “Secret Garden IV” campaign. Now the “BBHMM” singer has reprised her role as the first-ever black spokeswoman for the iconic fashion house, in a photo shoot for Dior Magazine, which she shared on Instagram.

In the striking photos, shot by British fashion photographer Craig McDean, she stretches across an acrylic translucent chair in a mesh dress that exposes her breasts. A red-haired RiRi also switches up her look, donning a dramatic black, pink, and blue bodysuit.

Dior magazine. @dior

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all @Dior errthang!

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Hair: @yusefhairnyc Makeup: @peterphilipsmakeup Styled by: @melzy917

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