Rihanna Covers Vogue for the Fourth Time


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Fourth time’s a charm: Leave it to Rihanna to effortlessly grace the cover of Vogue not one but four times. In the April 2016 cover story, she shows off a sequined gown by Tom Ford and carries the glittering theme throughout the rest of the shoot. The article touches on everything from her latest Puma collection, the release of her new album, Anti, and a few other exciting collaborations she has coming down the pipeline. [Vogue]

Fresh face: If you follow Alexa Chung, you know that the model and AG Denim go together like bread and butter. Last year, Chung and AG celebrated a successful collaboration, AC for AG, and this year, it was just announced that she will be the new face of AG’s ad campaigns for a full year, starting with the company's F/W 16 collection. [AG Jeans]

Team effort: In celebration of Coach’s 75th anniversary, the brand is officially teaming up with Opening Ceremony to collaborate on a collection you can shop online and in Opening Ceremony stores. The collection features a perfect blend of iconic Coach styles, as well as clear inspiration from the Coach S/S 16 runway. From rich floral prints to leopard haircalf, there is nothing not to love about this collaboration. [Opening Ceremony]

Designer diaries: In classic CFDA fashion, an alumni of the program, emerging designer Timo Weiland, will collaborate with Banana Republic on a womenswear S/S 16 capsule collection. Timo is the first designer to collaborate with Banana Republic and CFDA, creating a collection that features 12 varieties of styles in both custom prints and solids. Full skirts, linen blazers, and adorable fit-and-flare dresses are just the pieces our spring wardrobes were in need of, and they're available online now. [Banana Republic]