Pop princess Rihanna is fast becoming the only girl in the world - and industry - being named as the youngest artist to achieve 11 number 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 list today. She has a man down, beating Stevie Wonder, yet Ri-Ri still has contenders in Madonna and top-selling artists Mariah Carey and The Beatles.
Mentor and Manager Jay-Z once famously stated: "I don't sign songs, I sign artists," and it is clear that since her 2006 debut she has come a long way from selling street stall clothes. The Bajan beauty was more beach babe back in the day, channeling weaves and waves before maintaining a more masculine and tailored look.
The good-girl-gone-bad star showed she had the power with 80s inspired suits and shoulder pads, before toying with loud and often R-rated outfit choices (we all remember her getting frisky in the farmer's field!). From Chanel SS10 to Christian Dior couture and gracing the cover of fashion bible Vogue, Haute-Fly looks at all of Ri-Ri's right moves.
Her sixth studio album, Talk that Talk is released this month.