Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

First look: Rihanna's Armani video

Rihanna-Armani-Jeans-2.jpg
Rihanna-Armani-Jeans-3.jpg
Rihanna-Armani-Jeans-1.jpg

Armani Jeans have just released the full-length version of their new video ad, starring Rihanna.

The film was shot by the director behind some of Madonna's biggest videos, Johan Renck, it combines traces of metropolitan storytelling, cops ‘n robbers movies with an ode to film noir, but with a lighter and ironic touch.

In the short film, which can be viewed below, the Barbadian singer - whose signature red locks have been replaced by a new blonde hairstyle - is seen in a vintage car in a deserted car park. After receiving a special delivery, she is pictured changing from a little black dress and heels into a pair of Armani jeans and a leather jacket, all whilst still on the backseat.

Related

Rihanna-Tube-1.jpg

Rihanna rides the tube to London gig

hero2.jpg

50 female pop pioneers

Brigitte-Bardot.jpg

10 most stylish women of all time

Comments

More

The best A-list Instagrams from the week so far

From Reese Witherspoon's birthday shout-out to the Beckhams' glam evening

by Nicola Colyer
02 Dec 2016

Jessica Chastain on how she learned to love being a redhead

The actress used to struggle with low self-esteem as a result of her fiery locks.

by Moya Crockett
02 Dec 2016

Claudia Winkleman gets honest about her ‘overwhelming’ work schedule

“It left me crying my eyes out”

by Kayleigh Dray
02 Dec 2016

Fawlty Towers’ John Cleese pays emotional tribute to Andrew Sachs

Andrew Sachs tragically passed away at 86 following battle with dementia

by Kayleigh Dray
02 Dec 2016

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher welcome baby boy

But the Black Swan star has vetoed her husband’s baby name

by Kayleigh Dray
02 Dec 2016

Beyoncé’s magical new video reveals more of her life behind the scenes

Featuring her wedding day, her friends, and a baby Blue Ivy.

by Moya Crockett
01 Dec 2016

Demi Lovato opens up about her battle with bipolar battle disorder

“My life is a work in progress”

by Kayleigh Dray
01 Dec 2016

“I didn’t ever want to rely on a man to provide for me”

Chelsea Handler on the importance of financial independence

by Kayleigh Dray
01 Dec 2016

Jennifer Aniston wants women to take a stand against sexist media

“Women do far more incredible things than just procreate”

by Kayleigh Dray
01 Dec 2016

“Why are women such doormats when it comes to friendship?”

"We still have some crazy idea that society ‘rewards’ women who are nice to each other"

by The Stylist web team
01 Dec 2016