MAC Cosmetics debuts 'It's Not Over' documentary
An Aids Fund-sponsored project
An Altuzarra-clad Rihanna attended the It's Not Over premiere, saying, "I haven't seen [the film], so I'm looking forward to it." The new MAC Cosmetics AIDS Fund-sponsored documentary tells the tale of three people affected with HIV-Aids.
The pop star is the current face of MAC Cosmetics celebrates Viva Glam campaign - which sees all sales from its lipsticks and lip glosses donated to charity to fight against the disease. Rihanna has helped the MAC Aids Fund raise more than $43 million of the $340 million accumulated since the founding of the fund in 1994. "You know where your money is going, and you get a product. You can't lose," she said.
Karen Buglisi Weiler
Rihanna and John Demsey
Nancy Mahon, Paige Rawl and Miley Cyrus
Andrew Jenks and Sarang Bhakre
Sarang Bhakre, Filmmaker Andrew Jenks, Paige Rawl, and Global Executive Director of MAC AIDS Fund Nancy Mahon