Rihanna Robyn Fenty
Rihanna Fenty (born February 20, 1988) is a Barbadian singer, actor, fashion designer, and businesswoman. Rihanna was discovered by Evan Rogers, an American song producer who encouraged her to record demo tapes in the United States. She was born in Saint Michael, Barbados, and reared in Bridgetown. After signing with Def Jam in 2005, she immediately climbed to prominence, producing two studio albums, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl Like Me (2006), both of which were influenced by Caribbean music and scored in the top ten of the US Billboard 200 chart.
Since she became famous for her style and appearance, the media has been attentively following Rihanna's music and fashion choices. In 2009, New York magazine labeled Rihanna as a "cookie-cutter adolescent queen," with the ability to "switch looks quickly and with such ease." Around the time of the release of her second studio album, A Girl Like Me, many critics thought Rihanna's style, tone, and musical material were too similar to Beyoncé's (2006). "Beyoncé is a fantastic artist, and I feel honoured to be mentioned in the same sentence with her," Rihanna said in an interview with Look magazine, "but we're different performers with diverse styles."
"[Rihanna] has undergone one of the most spectacular aesthetic metamorphoses the world has ever seen over the course of her now 10-year career," Highsnobiety magazine's Nico Amarca wrote. [Her image and dress have changed several times since the publication of her third album, with numerous hairstyles.] She added that when she was a child, she "used to watch her [mother] get dressed," and that her love and excitement for fashion began with her mother. "Taking a gamble has become more crucial... I'm always on the hunt for the most distinctive silhouette or something out of the norm," she said of putting her own outfits together.
She admitted that being a sexual symbol isn't a priority for her and that "it's unquestionably flattering, but occasionally unpleasant." She's been considered one of her generation's hottest women. Rihanna's beauty has landed her on the covers of publications including Maxim, FHM, Rolling Stone, and GQ's "Men of the Year" issue in December 2012, making her the first woman to do so.
Bonang. Dorothy Matheba (born June 25, 1987) is a South African television presenter, radio personality, businesswoman, producer, model, and philanthropist. She was born in Mahikeng, North West, and is known for her colorful presenting skills and distinctive voice. As the host of the SABC 1 music show LIVE, she rose to popularity in the industry (now Live Amp). She is also well-known for being the first black South African to be published in a variety of publications.
In 2008, Matheba teamed with Legit to create her first clothes collection, "Just B." The "Baby Star" handbag collection was then created in collaboration with a London-based designer
Bonang and Woolworths, a high-end South African store, formed a partnership in 2014. They debuted the lingerie line "Distraction By Bonang," which is still going strong as new seasons are produced.
The "BONANG by Bonang Matheba" T-shirt collection was released by Matheba and Superbalist in 2018. The T-shirts included famous Bonang lines like "Mo'ghel," "Give The People What They Want," and "#IAmBonang."
Both these queens know fashion and look good in everything they wear, but who looks more beautiful in a pair of jeans?
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