Our Instagram TLs were blessed twice over yesterday.
First up, we have a lush, gauzy Molly Goddard number made expressly for the bad gyal. Because she's Rihanna, she can put on a couture gown, Rollie, sunnies and sneaks and make it fashion.
Like with most of RiRi's looks, we weren't ready. It goes without saying that we have our post notifications turned on for the fashion gawdess. When we got the noti mid-day that said RiRi had sent a #Navy dispatch, we figured it'd be more promo for Fenty Beauty's impending galaxy launch, due out this Friday. Instead, we were treated to this serve. It is very possible that we do not deserve this woman.
Mere hours later, she hit us with another one. Again, we weren't ready — we were still fawning over the earlier outfit. So little time, so much It-Brit fashion. Goddard, as we've previously reported, is a U.K. designer. Burberry, a historic heritage label, is about as British as fish and chips and calling absolutely every person you encounter "mate."
Though Rih was in New York, on some Schrödinger's cat s**t, we are technically both everywhere and nowhere at the same time, no? All-in-all, a British-themed fashion day is always advised, even when unwarranted.
RiRi proved this in a head-to-toe tartan look, the plaid pattern synonymous with Burberry. She even took a nod from the label's most recent runway, wearing this socks-and-heels combo exactly the same way it was styled at the show.
Excuse us while we scour the web for an all-plaid-everything 'fit. Ta-ta for now and cheerio!
(Photo from left: Rihanna via Instagram, Johnny Nunez/WireImage/Getty Images)
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