Archive: Rihanna

Rihanna Shows Skin in New Campaign

Pop singer Rihanna, the new spokesperson for Nivea, goes topless for their new campaign, celebrating their 100th anniversary. The “100 Years Skincare for Life” campaign begins in May, which will aid in cross promotion¬† for her LOUD world tour.

Many speculated on whether or not her tattoos would be covered, but as you can see Rihanna was free to showcase her ink.

Also, the singer has officially hit over 1 billion views on YouTube! Congrats!

Rihanna’s Reb’l Fleur commercial is here!

Reb’l Fleur, Rihanna’s new fragrance, shares a name with a tattoo the pop superstar bears on her neck, though which came first is still up for debate.

As for the perfume, which came about thanks to a deal brokered by new manager Jay-Z, it’s being curiously described as “like heels with a short, flirty dress.” (The bottle itself is in the shape of a high heel.) So what does a short, flirty dress smell like? A fruity mix of red berries, plum, peach, coconut water, violet and Hawaiian hibiscus, in reflection of Rihanna’s tropical roots.

Reb’l Fleur will first be available only at Macys (for $49 per pop of the pop star), going on to roll out internationally later this spring.

I love the commercial! It’s mesmerizing.

Rihanna Starts Making Scents!

Reb’l Fleur, Rihanna’s debut fragrance, will be available to the smelly public at large beginning Jan. 25.

The scent, incidentally, shares a name with a tattoo the pop superstar bears on her neck, though which came first is still up for debate.

As for the perfume, which came about thanks to a deal brokered by new manager Jay-Z, it’s being curiously described as “like heels with a short, flirty dress.” (The bottle itself is in the shape of a high heel.) So what does a short, flirty dress smell like? A fruity mix of red berries, plum, peach, coconut water, violet and Hawaiian hibiscus, in reflection of Rihanna’s tropical roots. Obviously.

Reb’l Fleur will first be available only at Macys (for $49 per pop of the pop star), going on to roll out internationally later this spring.

More at E!Online!