Edits courtesy of Shelton Boyd-Griffith/GRAZIA

With so much going on in the world currently and in this age of uncertainty one thing that we can for sure always count on is: Rihanna making a fashion moment! I mean at this point do we expect anything less from the 2021 street style star (she practically invented street style this year)? From her army fatigue—and black and olive green boa—coordinating look with beau ASAP Rocky last week to her wearing that beautiful sorbet colored Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 22′ mens fur coat apparently on the set of a video—if we get new music this year, the world is truly healed. This past weekend, our style crush and bestfriend (in our minds) delivered yet another effortless fashion moment at this years Rolling Loud festival in Miami. Wearing a vintage Galliano-era, Christian Dior bustier from the infamous, Fall/Winter 2000′ RTW “newspaper” collection, with attached mink choker—complete with another boa and her signature Manolo’s—just to stand backstage. We absolutely stan! That’s right the same collection of that infamous Galliano newspaper dress as seen on Carrie Bradshaw, also worn with a pair of Manolo Blahniks. Move over Carrie! Just this year alone Rih’s given us multiple glimpses into her personal fashion archive from a Chanel 1996′ tweed jacket moment, to a pair of feathered and beaded jeans from Tom Ford-era Gucci—honestly her archive is INSANE!

Check out images of the look, compliments of a few Rihanna ‘Navy’ accounts:

And then get into the official runway look:

The infamous Christian Dior Fall/winter 2000′ RTW “newspaper” collection. Look 35.

Photo: JB Villareal / Shoot Digital.

Shop Rih’s look–sans the Dior bustier—below:

Pologeorgis Two-tone fox fur scarf in pink, $500 SHOP NOW


Maria Tash, Diamond Lotus Cascade Hoop, $13,250 SHOP NOW
ARE YOU AM I, Lilja skirt, $320 SHOP NOW


Rih makes us want to step up our vintage/archival shopping game—runs over to The RealReal, 1stdibs, Grailed and Ebay right now!


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