Rihanna Wows in a Fiery Lace Bodysuit on the Cover of Vogue

Rihanna’s “lil fashion killa” just made it on the latest cover of Vogue!

The “Work” singer posted her various fashion looks from the cover spread on Instagram earlier today. While standing in a dimly lit doorway, she donned a red lace bodysuit (over her growing baby bump) and matching opera gloves. The fashion mogul also sported a pair of red pointed heels.

For the glam, she wore a bright bold lip that further accentuated the lace ensemble. Rihanna wore her hair down for the photo shoot, rocking sleek jet black hair. She wrote in the caption, “Our lil fashion killa on da cover of VOGUE!!” with a baby emoji.

Rihanna is expecting her first child with her boyfriend, A$AP Rocky. The Fenty Beauty founder told Vogue that they weren’t planning to have a child and it just sort of happened. 

“I don't know when I ovulate or any of that type of sh*t. We just had fun,” she told the publication. “And then it was just there on the test. I didn't waste any time. I called him inside and showed him. Then I was in the doctor’s office the next morning and our journey began.”

Since the pregnancy announcement, Rihanna has been slaying the fashion game with her maternity ‘fits. From the black lingerie dress worn at Paris Fashion Week to the aqua jumpsuit, she has not missed a beat. When asked about her maternity outfits, the “Umbrella” singer said she didn’t want her fashion to change just because she’s pregnant.

“When I found out I was pregnant, I thought to myself, ‘There's no way I'm going to go shopping in no maternity aisle,’” she explained. “I’m sorry—it’s too much fun to get dressed up. I’m not going to let that part disappear because my body is changing.”

Well said, RiRi.

Want all the latest celebrity news sent right to your inbox? Subscribe here.

karelle mckay headshot e1678464959710

Assistant Editor, News And Entertainment

Karelle McKay is the Assistant Editor of News and Entertainment at PureWow. Before she started writing about all things pop culture, she was a literal couch potato who loved...