Rihanna Is a Regal Queen at the 2019 Diamond Ball — See the Night’s Most Stunning Looks!
The lady of the night has arrived!
Rihanna was a vision at her fifth annual Diamond Ball, benefiting The Clara Lionel Foundation, held at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City on Thursday. Dressed to impress, the “We Found Love” singer arrived in a black, long sleeved Givenchy gown with a dramatic, full white skirt. She paired the unique design with white heels, diamond rings and pearl earrings.
Her beauty look was flawless, consisting of a subtle cat eye, shimmering eye shadow and a bold red lip. Her hair was up in a simple, yet elegant, updo. The belle of the ball was all smiles as she posed for the cameras.
Celebrities put on their most elegant ensembles, glamorous gowns and svelte suits for the good cause, including Cardi B who had a princess moment.The rapper arrived to the festivities in a billowing, multi-ruffled, blush-colored, strapless ballgown. She accessorized with diamond earrings and bracelets.
Once inside, she reunited with her boyfriend, Offset, who looked dapper in a bedazzled navy blazer and blue silk pants.
Normani also wowed in a sexy while silk dress that featured a plunging neckline and high-low skirt.
Pharrell Williams and wife Helen Lasichanh were a coordinated duo, wearing black-and-white ensembles.
DJ Khaled and his wife, Nicole Tuck, who is pregnant with their second child, were also beaming as they posed for pics. The producer looked dapper in a black suit, while his lady love wore a zebra-print dress.
Model Karlie Kloss was the epitome of sophistication in black gown with a plunging neckline.
The 5th annual Diamond Ball is honoring the prime minister of Rihanna’s native island of Barbados, Mia Mottley, as well as American activist Shaun King. Created in 2014, the Diamond Ball supports the Clara Lionel Foundation, named after the singer’s grandparents, Clara and Lionel Braithwaite. Over the years, the non-profit has funded over 59 global projects and committed $13 million in grants. Last year alone, the ball raised almost $6 million for CLF’s education and emergency response programs throughout the globe.