Rihanna’s ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’ Album Ensemble Sold For $13K

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Does anyone remember Rihanna’s 2007 album, Good Girl Gone Bad? If so, you probably remember the singer’s groundbreaking third studio album for its No. 1 hits “Umbrella” and “Don’t Stop The Music.” While those singles are probably still getting downloads on streaming services, it’s really the dress Rih wore on the album cover that’s making the big bucks now. According to a new report, that same dress was recently sold for more than $13,000 on an online auction.

If you need a little refresher, Rihanna wore an off-white, satin dress designed by Preen for the Roberto D’Este-shot album cover. The dress was reportedly put up for auction online, which was hosted by Gotta Have Rock & Roll. After a number of bids, the auction for the dress was closed on Saturday (Apr. 21), selling for a whopping $13,310.

That’s the not the only garment or item touched by Rihanna that is reportedly up for sale. The online auction also includes: a custom green, two-piece ensemble that Rihanna wore for the “Viva La Glam” Mac Ad Campaign, a metallic mini dress worn by the singer, a signed laminate of Rihanna’s fourth studio album Rated R, and a signed poster of Girl Like Me (second studio album). Each piece ranges from $300 to $6,000.

If you don’t think you can spare a couple grand for an item from Rihanna’s closet, don’t worry. The star recently announced that she is coming out with a lingerie line called Savage X Fenty on May 11.

Check out the other listings up for auction here.

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