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Rihanna rocks tiny strapless mini-dress as she launches latest Fenty Beauty line in Milan (Photos)

Rihanna rocks tiny strapless mini-dress as she launches latest Fenty Beauty line in Milan (Photos)

Rihanna turned heads as she attended the launch of her latest Fenty Beauty collection in Milan on Thursday.

The 30-year-old pop star flashed her ample cleavage and legs in a black strapless leather mini-dress as she celebrated the release of her latest beauty range in the Italian city.

Rihanna was joined at the launch by her 3-year-old niece Majesty, paired her outfit with a large black belt and accessorized her look with gold bangles, rings, and chain-strap gold heels for the event which took place at The Armani Hotel.
See more photos below.
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