Rihanna reveals first look at new MAC cosmetics ad: ‘Stay gorgeous’
(Jemal Countess / Getty Images for Y-3 / September 8, 2013) By Susan Denley September 11, 2013, 7:44 a.m. New York Fashion Week has provided a star-gazing bonanza with celebrities sitting front row at many shows. They’ve included Justin Bieber , Rihanna, Kanye West , Rashinda Jones, Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba and many more. [PHOTOS: Los Angeles Times] Daisy Fuentes’ women’s fashion line for Kohl’s is celebrating its 10th anniversary and has proved to have more staying power than many a celebrity/fashion collaboration. [WWD] In honor of Glamour’s 75th birthday, magazine creative director Anne Christensen has put together a 70-page booklet of photographs taken by Patrick Demarchelier for the mag in the 1970s. [The Cut] The Miss America pageant is about to get a beauty shakeup: Miss Kansas is U.S. Army Sgt. Theresa Vail. And when she competes in the swimsuit category, her two large tattoos are likely to be visible. She says she would be a hypocrite if she covered her ink. [People] Kim Kardashian already has the new iPhone 5S, and she posted a selfie with it. [Stylecaster] ALSO:
The image released on Thursday by the entertainer was the first look at the official ad and there is no doubt that the star looks stunningly beautiful. Offering the fans an exclusive glimpse, there will be plenty of devotees watching for this advertisement. Official Ad’ for my first #RiRiheartMAC makeup collection!!! Fall is the time to get extra fly! Stay gorgeous this FALL witcha girl RiRi!! #MACgirl #MAC, tweeted Rihanna from her official Twitter account. Adding to the moment, the artist posted a picture of the campaign. The image had her looking straight into the camera and her face was absolutely flawless. Rihanna has found time to lend her name to brands around the world to pitch products. The latest decision to work with MAC cosmetics seems to fit her well. Unbelievably beautiful in the ads, it appears Rihanna wants fans to buy the products to accomplish the same great look. — Jodi Jill reports direct from Hollywood. Check out her NEW website offering a firsthand look at celebrity news , her published books plus details of upcoming speaking engagements.
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