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Iconic Covers: Rihanna

When the 17-year-old Barbadian singer Rihanna dropped her first single Pon de Replay back in 2005 no one could have predicted the megastar she would become. From pop perfection to hip hop supremacy and a thousand fashion moments in between, Rihanna is the star that never stops shining. Take a look back at some of her most iconic covergirl moments...

Teen Vogue – November 2007
This sweet and sunny Teen Vogue cover fell on the cusp of her Good Girl Gone Bad era and a young RiRi looks very, very good here.

Elle - April 2013
Fashion forward with her pixie cut and navy tailoring, this Elle cover marked Rihanna’s transformation from pop princess to fashion icon.

W Magazine – August 2014
Rihanna had a full-on tribal beauty moment in this stunning cover, shot by superstar photographer duo Mert and Marcus.

Rolling Stone – February 2013
Sometimes her wild girl antics get more press than her art, but Rihanna is a formidable hit powerhouse who delivers album after album of pop perfection.

Harper’s Bazaar – February 2015
To mark the 40th anniversary of the blockbuster film Jaws, Rihanna took to the water for this incredible Harper’s fashion shoot. It was a fitting tribute to the film, but we don’t remember anyone looking that fabulous in a gold swimsuit in the original movie…

GQ – December 2013
Shot by artist Damien Hirst this GQ cover was as stunning as it is terrifying. Showing off her Egyptian-inspired tattoo, the artist formerly known as Robyn Fenty (snake)charmed us all.

Instyle – July 2008
Over the years she has proven to be a fashion chameleon, but in this early Instyle interview Rihanna was surprised to hear that women were going into salons, asking for her iconic crop. Fun, feisty and always drop-dead gorgeous, there are so many reasons why we love her.

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