Rihanna US Vogue November 2019

Rihanna US Vogue November 2019

Vogue simply made our month by giving us an excellent Rihanna cowl to fawn over. The Barbadian songstress, make-up mogul, designer and all-around sensation enthralls us on the common, whether or not she’s gracing the quilt of British Vogue, Vogue Australia, Attract or W (to call a choose few). Since 2011, Rihanna’s covers for American Vogue have been nothing in need of spectacular so we welcome the sight of RiRi with open arms on the November 2019 cowl of the style bible, which marks her sixth look on the magazine’s cowl. RiRi wears her eponymous label Fenty (natch) courtesy of Tonne Goodman for the Ethan James Inexperienced-lensed shot that left our discussion board members (nearly) speechless.

US Vogue November 2019 : Rihanna by Ethan James Green

IMAGE: VOGUE.COM

We’ll race you right down to the newsstand for this one. “Love this!! And the fact that Ethan finally got a cover is even more exciting!” exclaimed jorgepalomo.

“Super excited for Ethan and this cover is absolutely stunning. I love the ethereal subtle glamour and her face is just sublime,” raved Blayne266.

“Their best cover in years! Stunning portrait,” applauded russianelf.

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Additionally in complete awe was Marc10: “It’s so simple yet so piercing. One of the best cover images I’ve seen in a very long time.”

“This is a glorious cover! Ethan nailed this beautifully. Best American Vogue cover in years,” agreed mepps.

“Can’t imagine anyone surpassing this cover in November, amazing!” declared dontbeadrag.

“I cannot believe this is a real cover. It’s quite dark and raw — which is not a bad thing at all — but it is so out of tune with the vision that U.S. Vogue has been projecting,” confessed dodencebt.

In the identical state of mind was xandroh: “Super in love with this cover. This and last month’s Olivia Colman cover cleansed my eyes of the dirt that were the past months’ issues, especially the ones with Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift. It’s dark, simple and toned down, but it strikes me. U.S. Vogue can never go wrong with Rihanna.”

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