Rihanna Wore $2 Million Worth of Jewels For a Savage X Fenty Ad
Laura Lee - January 18, 2021

15 Things To Add To Your Bucket List



1. Travel the world.

2. Eat your favorite meal with your favorite people in your favorite place.

3. Learn a new language.

4. Donate to charity.

5. Help a stranger.

6. Pursue your passion.

7. Watch the sunrise.

8. Dance in the rain.

9. Wish upon a shooting star.

10. Plant a tree.

11. Go on a road trip.

12. Volunteer at a local organization.

13. Tell someone how much they mean to you.

14. Cook a homemade meal.

15. Conquer your biggest fear.

Another day, another Rihanna post. Seriously, we cannot get enough of this queen. No one does it like Rihanna. Riri has blessed us with a new Valentine’s Day-themed Savage X Fenty lingerie line and a new ad campaign to go with it. There were a series of photos and videos released just this week showcasing Rihanna not only modeling gorgeous lingerie but also $2 million worth of rubies and jewels for the ad! Page Six reports that she wears two different necklaces from Hammerman Jewels- a seven-row collar and a chandelier style dripping with pear-shaped stones- worth over $2 million combined, as well as pieces from Lang Antiques, including two giant ruby rings and a duo of matching bracelets, worth around $35,000 each.

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In the photoshoot, Rihanna is dripping in diamonds and rubies, specifically, a chandelier style and a seven-row collar! And to finish off the look, Rihanna wore an assortment of Art Deco rings and bracelets from Lang Antiques, worth a total of $130,000. Queens deserve the best.

Just a few days ago, Rihanna posted to Instagram a series of photos showing off a pair of heels that just so happened to be designed by A$Ap Rocky’s creative agency, AWGE. This comes a few months after her relationship with the rapper became public. Rihanna wore a gold bikini, a matching lamé skirt, plenty of necklaces, and the statement-making Amina Muaddi X AWGE LSD Gladi Thigh High Heel. The shoes are still available for purchase just in case you want to recreate the look! She wrote alongside the photos, “new year’s resolution: apply the pressure.”