First Look At Rihanna’s Fashion Series ‘Styled To Rock’

Published On July 9, 2012 | Celebrities, Fashion, Television

Last week, the name of Sky Living’s fashion series executive-produced by Pop Queen Rihanna was revealed to be ‘Styled To Rock’ and moments ago, the first teaser from the series was released showing the singer in a white mesh top with her blonde locks and a black baseball cap as she smiles for the cameras.

While Rihanna will mostly be working behind the scenes, she will occasionally make appearances in front of the cameras. ‘Styled To Rock’ features a panel of mentors picked by Rihanna herself who will challenge and assist twelve unknown designers in creating high profile looks for A-list artists for a variety of occasions including photoshoots and performances over ten weeks.

Rihanna recently added her personal stylist Lysa Cooper to the panel, which already consisted of designer Henry Holland and pop star Nicola Roberts. Cooper is well known for styling the likes of Beyonce, Aerosmith, Paris Hilton and Shakira to name a few and has played a massive role in molding Rihanna’s trademark style.

‘Styled To Rock’ will “celebrate the extraordinary talent and creativity in the British fashion scene, and search for the next generation of raw, undiscovered fashion designers.”

‘Styled To Rock’ premieres exclusively on Sky Living HD later this summer. It will also be available on the move and on demand with Sky Go.

Watch The Preview Of ‘Styled To Rock’ Below:

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