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International Bad Gal, Rihanna’s Vogue Magazine Guide To Tourism

By Shenae Curry

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It’s no secret that Rihanna is an international fashion icon and Anna Wintour refuses to let us forget it.

Our favorite Bajan goddess has covered the iconic Vogue Magazine a total of 14 times (including the Met Gala issue) and each time has reminded us that she has no intention of taking her international heels off of our necks.

If Rihanna’s covers in various countries have ever piqued your interest about these locations, we wouldn’t be surprised. From Arabia to her most recently announced 2019 Hong Kong cover shoot, even we’re curious about taking a few trips!

We’ve rounded up all 13 covers along with some tourist suggestions just as iconic as she is. Let us know where you’re thinking of traveling to in the name of Rihanna!

Vogue Hong Kong, 2019

Hong Kong has a growing tourism industry and is home to many attractions like the Dragon Boat Festival, visiting the 10,000 Buddha’s Temple and grabbing a bite to eat at the Dai Pai Dongs streetfood market.

Vogue Australia, 2019. 

While the Sydney Orchestra is one of the most known attractions in Australia, this country is home to numerous national parks, and wildlife reservations you can visit!


British Vogue, 2018

If you’re planning to visit the U.K., Eden Project is a collection of unique artificial biomes containing an amazing collection of plants from around the world. 

Vogue U.S., 2018
Vogue Paris, 2017

Paris is home to some of the most iconic landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Musée du Louvre and of course Notre-Dame.

Vogue Arabia, 2017

News broke recently that Saudi Arabia is planning to invest $100 billion into building up its tourism industry within the next 10 years so have your coin ready for 2030!

U.S., 2016
British Vogue, 2016

If you’re looking for a truly memorable family excursion that offers a fascinating insight into life in medieval times, look no further than Warwick Castle in England.

U.S., 2014
Vogue Brazil, 2014

Brazil is a beautiful country with great touristy things to do and see, but did you REALLY do Brazil if you don’t visit the Selaron Steps in Rio de Janeiro & recreate Pharrell & Snoop Dogg’s “Beautiful” scene?

U.S., 2012
British Vogue, 2011

After touring the major London attractions, you may want to see more of England’s great cities. You can easily hop on a train and explore Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Bristol at your leisure!

U.S., 2011
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