The past few years have been the golden age of pop singerRihanna fashion collaborations. The megastar has collaborated with inimitable footwear designer Manolo Blahnik on a line of denim shoes and partnered with Dior to launch limited-edition eyewear, among other ventures. Rihanna has also kept busy churning out collections for her Fenty Puma by Rihanna fashion brand.

Now, Rihanna can add fine jewelry to her list. WWD announced Friday that the 29-year-old co-designed a one-of-a-kind fine jewelry collection with Chopard, which is set to debut later this spring/summer.

The complete Rihanna Loves Chopard Joaillerie collection is currently available for pre-order. There are plenty of details ahead of the collection's debut.

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- The singer/songwriter/actress co-designed the collection with Caroline Scheufele, Chopard’s co-president and creative director.

- The pieces were inspired by the gardens and foliage in Rihanna’s home of Barbados.

- In total, “Rihanna Loves Chopard” will feature nine fine jewelry pieces, including chandelier earrings and link necklaces.

- Only 2,000 pieces of each design will be sold.

- Ahead of the collection’s launch, an ad campaign starring RiRi will debut later in April and showcase the full collection.

- The collection will officially debut during the Cannes Film Festival, which kicks off May 17 and runs through May 28.

- Rihanna Loves Chopard will hit Chopard boutiques in June.

- Rihanna has already sported three of the forthcoming pieces for red carpet events in the past, according to WWD.

- Shoppers will be able to pre-order the pieces through the fine jewelry brand’s brick and mortar boutiques or online.

- No doubt, Rihanna will be wearing a piece or three from the new collection when she walks the red carpet at Cannes. It’s rumored that she will be making an appearance at the premiere of “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” a Luc Besson-directed film in which she has one of the starring roles.