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May 16, 2013  | by: Taja Whitted

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The dollar-sign princess Rihanna does indeed have money on her mind. Coming soon to the Style Network this fall is the popular UK series Styled to Rock which will feature Pharrell Williams as one of the mentors.

Styled to Rock is a reality show that will involve 12 designers and stylists competing through challenges to win the coveted chance to style and dress a well known celebrity. Following in the path of  former Project Runway and the CFDA, I predict Rihanna, who is the executive producer and her army will keep afloat the show.

Robyn Fenty, AKA Rihanna, continues bringing fashion and it’s love affair with television to her fans. It was recently announced that rapper Pharrell Williams will join the panel of mentors on the show. The others are currently still unknown.

Williams is another music mogul who began established clothing lines such as the Billionaire Boys Club, Billionaire Girls Club and ICECREAM while collaborating with Louis Vuitton on an accessories line. I have no doubt he will provide constructive and entertaining advice!

To get a glimpse of what the series was like I checked out the clip below, and I have to say it took a lot of pull to stop watching more episodes so I could finish the article for you!

The show seems like a less formal attempt at project runway mixed with the energy of Tyra banksformer show Americas Next Top Model.

Will you be watching Styled to Rock?

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