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Rihanna Lands Another 'Vogue' Cover in Tom Ford

In the April 2016 cover story — her fourth for "Vogue" — we learn that she has a design collaboration with Dior in the works.
Rihanna on the April 2016 cover of "Vogue." Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Rihanna on the April 2016 cover of "Vogue." Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Rihanna is back with another Vogue cover for April, marking RiRi's fourth appearance on the front of the fashion bible. (Her Vogue debut, also in April, came in 2011.) This year, the songstress wears a sequined gown from Tom Ford's spring collection, which was originally worn by model Mica Arganaraz in the designer's disco dance party video, and is a far cry from her cowgirl-themed April cover of Vogue UK.

She sticks to a sequined aesthetic throughout the accompanying Vogue U.S. editorial in a number of glittery looks by the likes of GivenchyRalph Lauren and Saint Laurent. The takeaway: may Rihanna wear slinky, sparkling gowns forever and ever. Amen.

Click on over to to read the entire cover story, which follows Rihanna on the heels of a few big career moves, including the release of her new album "Anti," her New York Fashion Week debut with Puma in February and the unveiling of her Manolo Blahnik collaboration. There's also a scoop: she's expected to release a line of sunglasses with Dior this season, too. Plus, we learn a few juicy tidbits that only Rihanna could reveal — like how not wearing a bedazzled thong with her see-through Adam Selman gown at the 2014 CFDA Awards was her greatest regret in life. Ugh. Never change, Rihanna. 

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