Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

We’ve been used to seeing Rihanna working a bad girl/nineties look with denim cut-offs, oversize bomber jackets and creepers, but for her latest single 'Where Have You Been', produced by Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, Rihanna has gone all tribal on us.

Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

Shooting 17 hour days for four consecutive days, the video for the second single taken from her new album 'Talk That Talk' shows the Bajan singer emerge from dark swampy waters (looking super-hot of course!). Wearing croc pasties and lace up leather trousers, the video styled by Fashion Editor Mel Ottenberg has a dark voodoo and tribal theme that reflects the set it was filmed on.

Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

Rihanna quickly moves to a desert style barren set where she kicks off some serious dance moves wearing pink harems and a zebra print swimsuit.

Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

We must say we kind of love her third outfit change that sees her wearing a jet black embellished body suit by Emilio Pucci taken from the Spring/Summer 2012 collection.

Rihanna Goes Tribal For New Video ‘Where Have You Been’ in Emilio Pucci

But before making her way back into the swap, Rihanna’s final look is a ripped metallic dress. She looks like a a mystical princess draped in rope necklaces and gold stars create a regal mask, dontcha think?

We can always rely on Rihanna to showcase an exciting new look, hot dance moves and foot-stomping beats. Watch her hot new video in full below...



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