Rihanna på omslaget av ELLE UK Magazine
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Rihanna och Kate Moss på omslaget av V Magazine
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Rihanna på omslaget av ELLE UK Magazine
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De här två bilderna är First Look bilder från Rihanna's photoshoot till tidning ELLE UK. HQ bilder kommer komma inom kort! Medan ni väntar på dem kan ni titta på en BHS video HÄR.
 
 
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Rolling Stone Magazine: Scans
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Rihanna på omslaget av Rolling Stone
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Rihanna is the latest Rolling Stone cover star. In our new issue on stands Friday, January 31st, contributing editor Josh Eels accompanies the pop star around Los Angeles and visits her new Pacific Palisades mansion, where the 24-year-old opens up about her image, her seven-country Unapologetic promo tour and reconciliation with Chris Brown. "We value each other. We know exactly what we have now, and we don't want to lose that," she says.

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Photoshoot för Complex + Cover Story
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Rihanna’s moving forkfuls of calamaretti fritti onto her plate at celebrity hot-spot Giorgio Baldi, her favorite restaurant in Santa Monica. Even when she’s eating, her posture stays upright like a ballerina, long and graceful. In between bites, she explains how to take a flattering selfie for Instagram. “Get a good light,” she says, adjusting the Prada Minimal Baroque glasses on the bridge of her nose. Her heavy gold necklace slinks around the front of her black adidas sweatshirt as she turns to order spaghetti semplice from the server. “Get a good angle on what’s working for you that day,” she says with a laugh. Rihanna enunciates every word and hits every consonant, her hands dancing as she talks. “If it’s boobs, make sure you hit that. If it’s face, make sure it’s fierce.”

Today’s a good face day for the 24-year-old singer. After putting in work all week in L.A., including a signing for her new perfume, Nude, a photo shoot for a new clothing collaboration with River Island, and plenty of promo for the Grammy Awards, she’d love a chance to catch her breath. But alas, the life of the third-highest-earning celebrity under 30 offers no breaks. She says she spent the day packing for tonight’s flight to Switzerland.

Rihanna may be tired, but she’s always ready for a close-up. She holds the phone just so to capture her stony demeanor in the small square frame. Slick specs, diamond studs, Cuban links. She selects Inkwell. The black-and-white filter applies a grainy texture to the photo, giving it a rugged feel. This is the mood she wants to display: no smiles. She taps her touch screen and shares the image with @badgalriri’s 4.3 million followers.

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Unapologetic: The Billboard Cover Story
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Tuesday, Nov. 6, wasn't just Election Day for Jay Brown. It was also the day the Roc Nation president/­co-founder had to hand over the final cut of Rihanna's seventh album, "Unapologetic," just 13 days before its scheduled release.

"We had our songs ready way beforehand, but we never stop recording," Brown says a week before "Unapologetic"'s release. "If we can record a month later, two months later, all the way to Nov. 6, we're never going to stop until that date. We're never content."

Hours after Brown turned in the album at 6 a.m., 90-second snippets intended for iTunes were leaked online. Fans were familiar with a good chunk of Unapologetic by mid-afternoon. Three days later, Rihanna debuted the album in full at a private listening event at New York's 40/40 Club (owned by Roc Nation co-founder Jay-Z), unveiling some of her rawest, urban-leaning music to date and a few pop surprises.

"She's the type of artist that makes everybody go outside their comfort zone-she's not trying to do a song that's already been done," says Island Def Jam VP of A&R Abou "Bu" Thiam, who's worked on Rihanna's records since 2010's "Loud" (which has sold 1.7 million copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan). "She went crazy, especially with the vocals she cut for these sessions, because she just felt like it would be a really huge record. Nobody had ever heard Rihanna do a record like this. She does all kinds of songs for every album that no one's heard, like 'Birthday Cake' or 'Man Down,' which are great, unexpected moments. We wanted even more of those for Unapologetic."

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Rihanna på omslaget av GQ
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At nine fifteen, Rihanna's black Escalade pulls up in front of Emilio's Ballato, Andy Warhol's Nolita Italian restaurant of choice, a circus in tow. Her army of bodyguards surveys the scene. Then one of Rihanna's long legs hits the pavement and it's madness. There are paparazzi everywhere, all at once, perching on bicycles and European motorbikes, firing out of Mercedes-Benz windows and SUV sunroofs, pushing in on every square foot of sidewalk. The cameras strobe around her like a Ferris wheel.

Rihanna glides through the melee and into the foyer, where her signed photograph hangs. She's sporting skintight black jeans, black shades, a black cutoff designer sweatshirt with oversize gold letters. (ORIGINAL, it says.) With her dahlia-shade lips, big anime eyes, and slow-motion strut, she looks like some neo-noir femme fatale en route to her next hit.

"That was intense," I stammer, emerging from the whiteout of flashes and the theatrics of Rihanna arrives at dinner.

"I guess you're used to it by now. But my heart kind of..."

"You're never used to it," she says. "It's chaos."

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VOGUE Magazine: "Rihanna: The Unstoppable Artist"
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Nedan hittar du bilder och en intervju med Rihanna från tidningen VOGUE.
 
 
Totally unfiltered, relentlessly productive, and obsessed-about by millions—the supernova-hot Rihanna is readying a new studio album and living a mile-a-minute life.
 
Backstage at the “MTV Video Music Awards” in Los Angeles plays like a very expensive and absurdist version of high school. In a lower corridor of the Staples Center, musical cliques rush between dressing rooms, looking like underclassmen scrambling from homeroom to algebra. Popular girl Taylor Swift floats by in a cream-colored suit, pale, silent, almost an apparition. A Nashville twang rebounds along the hallway concrete—Miley Cyrus, greeting a friend and showing off her newly buzzed, blonde hair. There’s Katy Perry in a plunging black floral dress. There are the teen crushes One Direction. There’s the United States Olympic women’s gymnastics team, here to introduce Alicia Keys. Emma Watson, the actress. Pink, the person. At one point, there’s a commotion, and suddenly Lil Wayne spins by on a green-wheeled skateboard. He’s as tiny as a coxswain, a pair of red headphones clamped over his ears.
 
Then, through a silver set of doors, Rihanna appears. She’s wearing a sheer red Adam Selman dress with matching leather Balenciaga leggings, and as she steps into the hall, a thick crowd begins to part around her. Her entourage is about ten deep, and Rihanna steps to the front, scanning faces from behind an outrageous pair of Jeremy Scott sunglasses, the temples of which are miniature gold machine guns. Dictator sunglasses. Just days ago, Rihanna cut her hair pixie-short, like Audrey Hepburn’s in Sabrina, but to the public this is still just a rumor, and given the manner in which her stylistic evolutions are breathlessly followed, actually seeing the new ’do feels like a sneak preview of a yet-to-be-unveiled iPhone.
 
 
 
“Spur of the moment,” Rihanna will tell me later. “My hair was supposed to be down to my ass tonight.”
She keeps walking, one Air Jordan sneaker in front of the other. Rihanna passes the dressing rooms for Swift and Perry as well as Frank Ocean, the ascendant R&B star. Later that night she will bump into the actor Robert Pattinson, who is here to promote the final Twilight film, unaccompanied by his costar Kristen Stewart, with whom Pattinson has endured a terribly awkward breakup. Recently there were tabloid reports that Rihanna was flirting by text with Pattinson. When I relayed this rumor to Rihanna before the VMAs, she expressed horror and pronounced it “the most bullshit ever,” but she also seemed amused. No two private lives in the universe are subjected to as much daily rumormongering as Rihanna’s and Pattinson’s, and watching their encounter in the hallway is like witnessing the collision of gossip planets. Pattinson lowers his head and smiles. Rihanna gives him an innocent hug and pushes on. The exchange is shorter than three seconds.
 
 
Rihanna opens the VMAs with a pair of songs—the frisky “Cockiness (Love It)” and her pulsating monster hit with DJ Calvin Harris, “We Found Love”. Stage left, Rihanna’s team huddles around a TV monitor, bouncing excitedly at every one of her dance steps and hip grinds. Halfway into the song, Rihanna flings off the machine-gun sunglasses and winks into the camera, and everyone standing at the monitor explodes like they’ve just won the Super Bowl. This is Rihanna at her irresistible essence: a dirty-cute blend of raw and naughty with a precise eyedropper of adorable. When her medley is complete, Rihanna whooshes back to the dressing room and changes into another Adam Selman dress, this one white with a plunging back that exposes the constellation of star tattoos running from her neck to her right shoulder blade. She’s about to take her seat in the front row, where she’ll join a childhood friend from Barbados, Melissa Forde, as well as Katy Perry, one of her closest showbiz pals. “We just people-watch,” Rihanna explains. There’s also drama surrounding the arrival of her ex, Chris Brown, who pleaded guilty to brutally assaulting Rihanna in 2009 and was for a time slapped with a restraining order. Not far from him will be Drake, who was involved in a bottle-smashing nightclub melee with Brown in New York a few months ago. Dozens of presenters and multiple performers are due to appear, but the evening already feels as if it is orbiting around Rihanna. Everyone wants to be near her, see what she’s doing. If the 2012 VMAs are indeed high school, she is undoubtedly the queen bee.
 
 
I meet her for the first time at “Giorgio Baldi”, an Italian restaurant in Santa Monica, not far from the Pacific Ocean, that serves as Rihanna’s unofficial kitchen when she is home in Los Angeles. Jay-Z, who signed Rihanna when she was a sixteen-year-old named Robyn Rihanna Fenty, introduced her to the place. (Beyoncé told her to try the calamari.) Rihanna walks in, on time, at 9:00 p.m. She is dressed in a black leather pleated Alexander Wang top and crepe pants, a Lanvin cameo necklace, and a pair of chain sandals designed by Tom Ford. You can feel the room almost tip over, as diners at other tables try not to gawk. This is the Rihanna effect, Ford explains to me later. “She makes my knees go weak… seriously,” he says.
 
 
It’s late summer, a couple of weeks before the VMAs, and Rihanna’s hair is still curly and long, wrapped into a ponytail. She orders the calamari plus a bottle of Pinot Noir, which appear with comical haste, as if a chef and sommelier are hiding under the table.
 
“If I am in town six days, I’m here six days a week,” she says of the restaurant. “But I’m never in town.”
Just days ago, Rihanna was in Japan. Before that, Barbados. Before that, the Amalfi coast, vacationing with friends on a luxury yacht. Soon Rihanna will be in London. Then Paris, then back to L.A., then London again. These days she moves around the planet so much she sometimes can’t remember her location. Rihanna says she found herself one morning in a hotel room in Tokyo and had no idea where she was.
 
“Jen, my assistant, was waking me up, and I was like, ‘whose room am I in? Why am I in this room?’“
She admits she can lose track of time.
 
 
I never know what day it is,” she says. “Never, ever, ever.”
What day is today? Rihanna pauses. Her lips curl, and she begins to make an “S” sound.
 
 
“Ooh, I went to say Saturday.” She laughs and corrects herself. “It’s Wednesday."
It is Wednesday. Spaghetti arrives. Wine is poured. On the sidewalk, photographers have already gathered, waiting for her departure. Last night one of them asked her if she was texting Robert Pattinson. She says she is single.
 
“I have not been on a date in forever,” she says. “Like two years. Haven’t gone to the movies, to dinner. Zero.”
Come on. If someone wanted to go on a date with you.
 
 
“I would love to go on a date,” she says. “You don’t think that? I’m a woman. A young woman, vibrant, and I love to have fun. And I have too many vaginas around me at this point.”
She takes a sip of wine.
 
 
“Seriously, all I want is a guy to take me out and make me laugh for a good hour and take my ass back home. He doesn’t even have to come up. All I want is a conversation for an hour.”
So what gives?
 
 
“No one asks. Trust me on that. I’m waiting for the man who’s ballsy enough to deal with me. I’m going to wait, though. You always find the wrong shit when you go looking.”
Rihanna’s iPhone sits on the table, politely turned upside down and ignored. It may not be bursting with gentlemen callers, but great power lurks inside it. At the moment Rihanna has almost 26 million Twitter followers. That is nearly six million more than Barack Obama, more than “CNN”, “MTV”, and “ESPN” combined. This is hilarious to her. She had to be persuaded to tweet for the first time. “I just thought, ‘who cares?’ Do I say, ‘getting in the car. Getting on the plane’? I was so distraught by the whole idea.”
 
 
 
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Rihanna på omslaget av VOGUE magazine
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Harper's Bazaar Magazine outtakes
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Rihanna på omslaget för Harper's Baazar magazine
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Tidigare i år (april) hade Rihanna en photoshoot för Harper's Baazar magazine. Nedan ser du omslaget för tidningen.
 
 

Photoshoot för Esquire UK Magazine
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Sneak Peak: Rihanna's ELLE Magazine photoshoot
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Rihanna twittrade två 'sneak peak' bilder från hennes Elle Magazine photoshoot. Photoshooten hålls i Storbritanien.

Tidigare denna månade twittrade hon en bild från hennes kommande Elle Magazine look.