Rihanna is adding another credit to her resume…author.
The Fenty Beauty mogul released a visual autobiography book, so no more clouding your phone storage with all her iconic outfits. She dropped the news on Instagram on October 7, but finally everyone can get their hands on it today.
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over 1000 images, 504 pages. #theRIHANNAbook is in stores everywhere today!! it?s crazy to look back at all of the memories and be able to share these precious moments with you! Get your copy wherever books are sold 💁🏿♀️ theRIHANNABook.com @barnesandnoble @chaptersindigo @waterstones @harveynichols @phaidonsnaps
The "Diamonds" singer celebrated the release in typical Rihanna fashion (and definitely put regular Instagram pics of book releases to shame). She captioned the above post, "Over 1000 images, 504 pages. #theRIHANNAbook is in stores everywhere today!! It's crazy to look back at all of the memories and be able to share these precious moments with you! Get your copy wherever books are sold."
From her Barbados childhood to those Met Gala looks, fans can catch a glimpse of popular and never-before-seen moments of her life. The book includes 504 pages with more than 1,000 photos, 11 inserts, seven gatefolds and a removable poster to upgrade your space.
The visual autobiography has one standard version (available at a discount on Amazon) and three limited editions available for purchase. The Rihanna edition ($150), Fenty x Phaidon edition ($175), Luxury Supreme edition ($5,500) and Ultra Luxury Supreme edition (which appears to be sold out) can be found on the book's site (or wherever books are sold).
The Luxury Supreme books are signed by Rihanna and The Haas Brothers. Also, all the limited editions come with a custom bookstand to spice up your coffee table (and make you the envy of all your friends).
The standard and the $175 edition are available for purchase now (though you have to wait until November 20 to purchase the $5,500 edition). While we wait for our book to arrive, we'll just be here listening to "Anti" all the way through again.