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Rihanna Dazzles in a Pink Dress at Dior Cruise Fashion Show

May 8, 2014 (9:18 am) GMT
The 'Stay' singer looks elegant as she sports a pink dress from Christian Dior's Autumn/Winter 14 collection at the event which takes place at Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Rihanna Dazzles in a Pink Dress at Dior Cruise Fashion Show

sported a ladylike ensemble when attending the Christian Dior Cruise 2015 fashion show on Wednesday, May 7 in New York City. The "Stay" singer looked pretty in a demure pink dress from Christian Dior's Autumn/Winter 14 collection at the event which took place at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

RiRi completed her elegant looks with a pair of pearl earrings, matching bracelets and necklace. She also had a hand bag and wore a pair of Dior pumps. She styled her hair in high ponytail and applied red lipstick. The 26-year-old singer sat in front row alongside her best friend Melissa Forde at the event.

"You know what, I spent most of my summers in Brooklyn," Rihanna told WWD of the event's location. "All my life, I grew up coming to Brooklyn. My late grandma and my granddad lived in Brooklyn. He still lives here. So I do make it to Brooklyn a bit whether it's to see the game or to see my family... But now I'm here for fashion, so this is definitely different."

Rihanna is not the only celebrity who attended the fashion show. , , , , Grace Coddington and Anna Wintour were also present.

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