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Rihanna becomes first black woman to cover British Vogue’s September issue

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Rihanna becomes first black woman to cover British Vogue’s September issue

By Fiza Pirani, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Rihanna will become the first black woman to grace the cover of British Vogue’s September issue in the magazine’s 102-year history.

“I always knew it had to be Rihanna,” editor-in-chief Edward Enninful wrote in his monthly editor’s letter. “A fearless music-industry icon and businesswoman, when it comes to that potent mix of fashion and celebrity, nobody does it quite like her. No matter how haute the styling goes, or experimental the mood, you never lose her in the imagery.”

Shot by photographer Nick Knight, the September 2018 cover features the singer  and beauty mogul wearing Prada and her Savage X Fenty lingerie …

 

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