Step off, Kim Kardashian. Wait your turn, Kendall Jenner. Rihanna has just scored her third cover of Vogue, establishing herself as a true style icon.
For the March 2014 issue, the magazine explores “The Rihanna Effect,” examining “how the unstoppable pop diva became a full-on fashion force.”
In the feature, a number of high-profile designers call Rihanna their “muse,” and the singer reveals she might launch a serious fashion line of her own:
“It’s not all down to my voice. There’s people with way more talent than I when it comes to singing. Bigger voices. But people want to know who you are."
"Fashion is a clear indication, a way to express your attitude, your mood.”
It wasn't always this way for her. Rihanna reveals she was “very much a boy in my style [and] demeanor” when she became a teen, as a “way of rebelling.”