In the chic spread, the 31-year-old Bajan pop diva donned designers like Louis Vuitton, Dries Van Noten, and Alexander McQueen selected by fashion director Anya Ziourova.
Hairstylist Yusef coiffed the Guava Island actress' middle-parted updo and make-up artist Kanako Takase applied her minimal make-up.
Riri's Vogue cover, for which she wore Louis Vuitton, drew glowing Instagram comments from celebs like reality diva Tiffany 'New York' Pollard, Grown-ish starlet Yara Shahidi, and photographer duo Inez and Vinoodh.
Rihanna (born Robyn Fenty) will next appear onstage for her Savage X Fenty FW/19 fashion show celebrating the latest from her 15-month-old lingerie label.
The Ocean's Eight stunner is 'working on creating the most bold, sexy, super energetic experience' for her 'Navy' legion of fans, who can stream the show September 20 on Amazon Prime Video.
The Women's Marcher is also hard at work recording her ninth studio album, which is the long-awaited follow-up to her 2016 record Anti.
On August 17, it was revealed that Rihanna registered a dancehall track called Private Loving featuring reggae artist Demarco with her music publisher, BMI.
Between 2017-2018, Riri only contributed vocals on N.E.R.D's song Lemon, DJ Khaled's song Wild Thoughts, Kendrick Lamar's song Loyalty, and Future's song Selfish.
It must be difficult to find the motivation a month after Forbes declared the gorgeous mezzo-soprano 'the wealthiest female musician in the world' with an eye-popping $600M fortune.