Rihanna couldn't ask for a better year. From the number of dope PUMA Fenty releases, her groundbreaking Fenty Beauty debut, her stellar Comme des Garçons Met Gala look, her bold Paper Magazine cover and her fierce Vogue Arabia cover where she dressed as Queen Nefertiti. There's nothing this woman can't conquer in the fashion world so it only makes sense she covers Vogue Paris in a three cover special edition. 

“She’s one of the most emblematic artists of the early 21st century," editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt says in the December 2017/January 2018 issue "She’s moved more than 200 million records of her hybrid R&B, dance, rock and reggae-flavored music, provided sartorial surprises from glammed-up streetwear to reworked classics and is driven by an unparalleled desire to succeed. Stamped with her trademark bold body art, Rihanna cuts an unusual figure in the celebrity Hall of Fame.”

The magazine hits newsstands on December 1st. For now, take a look at the stunning images below that will be accompanied by three fashion editorials by Jean-Paul Goude, Juergen Teller and Inez & Vinoodh. The special feature will capture the different facets of the "Wild Thoughts' singer.

Rihanna is to set host next year's Met Gala with a "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" theme. She will be sharing hosting duties with the likes of Amal Clooney, Anna Wintour and Donatella Versace.