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Rihanna Works The April Cover Of British Vogue

RIhanna has graced the cover of Vogue on quite a few occasions and this April she will be covering the April issue of British Vogue. Over the past few months Rihanna has been putting in work -- literally.
Not only is she bringing sex appeal to this issue, but she is also spreading the exciting news about her collaboration with classic footwear, Manolo Blahnik. She goes down a list of all her favorites from the collection including the pair she models in the spread -- a pair of thigh-high crystal-embellished boots.
If you happen to invest in a pair, beware because Rihanna will definitely be coming after you.
She told Vogue, "The day I see a woman in the street wearing my shoes... I am sorry for that woman because I'm going to literally run after her, shouting, 'Stop! Selfie! Who are you? Where did you get them?' I'm going to have a moment!". I'm pretty sure all her fans would love that.
Whether you're a fan or not, keep scrolling to check out the cover below

What do you think about the collaboration?

Will you be grabbing an issue?
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They're gorgeous, but I would never be able to walk in them myself lol @humairaa
Even though I dont like heels but they are so gorgeous to die for XD
Omg i love that crystal embellished boots!!! I've never seen something as beautiful as that!!!
Definitely to die for! @waanderer
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