Parisian Fashion House, Dior has expanded its collection of high-profile muses to include pop star and 420 queen Rihanna as the latest power beauty to become the face of the brand. Injecting her own level of personality to the campaign, she follows in the footsteps of fellow high-wattage Dior stars, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Charlize Theron and Natalie Portman. Photographer Steven Klein and Rihanna’s personal stylist and long time collaborator Mel Ottenberg shot the Pre-Fall 2015 campaign in the grounds of the Palace of Versailles. A campaign video will drop on the 18th of May and is expected to be soundtracked by "Only if for a Night" from Rihanna’s forthcoming album.

This is the fourth installment of the “Secret Garden” campaign series, which launched in 2012. However this campaign is particularly monumental as it marks the first time in 69 years that the label has featured a black model to be its campaign star.

Take a look at the teaser video here below.

While you wait for the full campaign release why not take a look at when Rihanna covered V Magazine’s Summer 2015 Issue.

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