Rihanna once again dominated the Met Gala with her must-see look.
Through the years, the singer never failed to shock and impress people with her Met outfits regardless of the theme. This year, the Fenty Beauty founder and billionaire made her grand entrance at the 2021 Met Gala wearing a jaw-dropping ensemble that only she could deliver with utmost grace, style, and glamour. She once again stole the red carpet at the star-studded event.
RiRi was a sight to behold at the event with the theme, “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion”. She Savage x Fenty designer took all the fashion risks to carry out this year’s theme. The 33-year-old songstress wore an all-black outfit and accessorized with a diamond choker and bejewelled headband. She added a bit of streetwear to her outfit by wearing a black coat from Balenciaga and a beanie on her head which slightly covered her headband.
As a beauty mogul, she also made sure her hair and makeup are perfect. For the event, Rihanna wore purple eyeshadow and a dark shade of lipstick that perfectly matched her over-all look and mood.
Rihanna never fails to live up to everybody’s expectations as the one to watch on the Met Gala red carpet. In 2018, she co-chaired the event with Donatella Versace, Amal Clooney, and Anna Wintour. She showed up in a stunning Pope-inspired outfit that until today remains one of the most unforgettable Met Gala moments.
Meanwhile, RiRi’s attendance at the gala is her way of showing her support to The Metropolitan Museum of Art as she did in the past years. However, she hinted on her Instagram that she’ll be having a private celebration after. She shared on her Instagram Story, “If you planning a MET Ball after party…………..don’t.”
Meanwhile, Rihana arrived fashionably late and was accompanied by her boyfriend A$AP Rocky who looked just as stunning in his Eli Russell Linnetz quilted shawl. A$AP knew beforehand that he wanted to show up at the Met Gala in a giant quilt from ERL’s spring 2022 collection. For the event, Linnetz used scraps of antique quilts and fabric including one from the artist’s father’s bathrobe and commissioned a quilter, Zak Foster.