Rihanna Interview Magazine Spring 2024


Should you regularly pay your local newsstand a visit, just like us here at theFashionSpot, you have no doubt become fairly used to the sight of Rihanna. The Barbadian songstress (who happens to be the second-best-selling female music artist of all time) has graced the covers of multiple editions of Vogue from across the global (often on more than one occasion) and is a regular fixture on magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and Allure. Interview Magazine welcomes the beauty mogul back as cover star with the unveiling of the Spring 2024 issue, having appeared on the cutting-edge publication twice prior. Almost a whole five years after her last, the founder of Fenty Beauty can be found posing for photographer Nadia Lee Cohen in the striking cover photograph. Dressed by the magazine’s editor-in-chief Mel Ottenberg, Rihanna wears a white shirt from Christian Dior, bra top from Savage X Fenty and custom hat from Sarah Sokol Millinery.

Interview Spring 2024 : Rihanna by Nadia Lee Cohen

Read below the reactions of theFashionSpot’s forum members:

“This is awful, but acceptable for Interview somehow,” voiced blueorchid.

“Not liking it,” said oaklee91.

“The worst she’s ever looked! Rihanna can absolutely model and has proven it many times over, but this ain’t it,” chimed in an underwhelmed marsnoop2.

Yet not everyone, however, was so displeased with Interview‘s latest. “I think Mel Ottenberg’s Interview and Nadia Lee Cohen are a match made in heaven. They share a similar kitschy campy sense of humor and this works for that reason,” praised WinstonH20.

“This is the best cover Mel Ottenberg has produced since he was appointed. Nadia behind the lens, Yadim behind the beat… #obsessed,” enthused fenty.

“I like this. The coloring here is lovely and I love the beauty look on Rihanna. I’m unable to recall a single Interview cover in recent memory but I think I’ll remember this,” shared vogue28.

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