Rihanna covers Today’s Black Women Style Report Magazine.


Rihanna “struts her stuff” on the cover of the April 2011 issue of Today’s Black Woman Style Report magazine. RiRi shows off what she’s working with in a chic Jean Paul Gaultier gown on the cover of Today’s Black Woman Style Report’s April issue. Read more about Rihanna in Today’s Black Women Style Report Magazine after the heartbeat.

Paramus, NJ, March 7, 2011 – Today’s Black Woman Style Report magazine focuses on wonderful style options for women of color. Celebrity Style, fabulous
clothing, accessories, designer and affordable fashions are presented in TBW. Also included are tips on where to buy Black, hot hair and beauty, boosting personal growth, home interiors, entertainment and a variety of other smart shopping finds. The April 2011 issue of Today’s Black Woman Style Report is dedicated to the world of style and fashion, and features Pop music’s “It-girl,“ Rihanna, who in the past few years has been taking the fashion world by storm.

For the 53rd Grammy Awards, Rihanna strutted her stuff in a sheer, “peek-a-boo” dress by her favorite designer, Jean Paul Gaultier. Today’s Black Woman Style Report gives you the inside scoop on Rihanna’s hot gown, as well as the many other awe-inspiring outfits she has been spotted in while out on the town.

In keeping with the issue’s style theme, Today’s Black Woman Style Report caught up with singer/actress Naturi Naughton and went on a shopping spree with the rising star. Naturi expressed her passion for singing and acting while she searched through the racks. The chat runs with a glamorous photo spread featuring Naturi in her selected ‘50s themed outfits.

Today’s Black Woman Style Report magazine is a fashion and beauty lifestyle magazine catering to women of color—offering a guide to fashion, beauty, celebrities and style for the last 16 years. Today’s Black Woman Style Report Magazine also features the hottest looks from other femme celebrities that are turning heads on the red carpet. Check out what stars like Beyoncé, Brandy, Halle Berry, Kerry Washington and Kim Kardashian are stepping out in. Also, read on as TBW Style Report spotlights designers like, Way Zen and Stephen Burrows, who keep these beautiful ladies looking glamorous.

Today’s Black Woman Style Report magazine is distributed worldwide, and is available in most major chains including Walmart, Walgreens, Borders, Barnes & Nobles, Rite Aid, 7-11 and more. So, be sure to pick up the April Issue of Today’s Black Woman Style Report Magazine on a newsstand near you.

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4 Responses to Rihanna covers Today’s Black Women Style Report Magazine.

  1. Ashleigh says:

    I’m not a hater or a racist and I also have much respect for Kim K’s fashion sense and beauty but how does she fit into today’s black woman??? Guess that’s what matters is her style but just sayin…why does she get a pass into this specific target group?

  2. Rev. George Brooks says:

    What is this, another publications aimed at black people, which is owned by Jews? Why can’t we black people have SOMETHING without these anti-Jesus Jews having to be involved, and controlling it? Adrienne Moore, you should be ashamed of yourself for being part of this, with your education and background in media. And Steve Gross, I might as well inform you now that our upcoming protest against whites and Jews domination of black media, including Johnson Publishing Company, Essence, and all other so-called black media (BET as well), will also include Black Woman Style Report. It commences in late April or early May. See you then. Because many of us blacks are sick of Jews and and other whites dominating what we see, read and think. — Rev. George Brooks

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