When Rihanna first debuted on the scene as a young, fresh-faced teenager in 2006, her distressed sense of style identified closely with that of her first number one hit-single, "SOS." Even though it took Rihanna a short time to grow into the fashion-forward Vogue cover girl she is today, she's no stranger to controversy. The edgy star has proved to be a rebellious force in the fashion world over the past few years, and she shows no signs of slowing down.
From the tattoos inked on Rihanna's skin to her barely-there clothing, the singer's daring sense of style regularly strikes a chord with fans and critics -- whether it's in tune or off-key -- but she never fails to make a statement. The ultimate trendsetter, Rihanna is infamous for taking chances and recreating her look, something all of us can do. Why play it safe when you can turn heads by being different? Here are 10 fashion lessons we can learn from Rihanna.