Rihanna Covers Harper’s Bazaar September 2020 Issue

Rihanna makes a statement with “end racism” on a t-shirt while posing for Harper’s Bazaar photoshoot. Rihanna took over the music, fashion, and beauty industries like a hurricane. This year, she is on the cover of all September issues of Harper’s Bazaar from across the globe. The R&B icon used her social media platforms to highlight the Black Lives Matter movement during a new shoot with Harper’s Bazaar magazine, as she wore a blue t-shirt with printed text: “end racism” and she was symbolically thrown the rubbish out. In the magazine, Rihanna promised to fight against “racial inequality and injustice” by marking the day with the temporary closure of her online Fenty beauty, fashion and lingerie stores. She also promised to donate funds to nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization Colour Of Change and Movement For Black Lives to support their causes. During the interview named “Rihanna’s Revolution,” the Barbadian singer explained that she always knew that she would one day launch a skincare collection. She said: “I’ve always seen the Fenty brand as more than just makeup, and I knew I wanted to make skincare from the very beginning.”


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