Her second offering looked like Ariana Grande's fashion fever dream

Fenty Puma show, Spring Summer 2017, Paris Fashion Week, France - 28 Sep 2016
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We all know Rihanna is a fashion legend before her time. But the pop star just got some couture-certified credentials, showing her second collaboration collection with Puma on Wednesday in the fashion capital of the world, Paris. The show may have kicked off almost an hour after schedule, but the bad gal proved that good things come to those who wait, treating guests to some hyper-feminine athleisure apparel.

The show was exactly what one would expect from a woman who’s made her name as a street style icon, with one dramatic look after the next that blended high fashion details, like lace and embroidery, with Puma’s signature track pants, sweatshirts, and baseball hats in a color palette of soft pinks, greens and off-white. If you’re kicking yourself right now for missing out on the livestream of the singer’s new line, fear not, because as always we’ve got you covered. Below a runway recap you don’t want to miss. Basically, it’s the next best thing to sitting front row at Fenty.

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1. It was Ariana Grande‘s fashion fever dream

Not only was a third of the collection done in baby pink with extra-large bows and ruffles, but there were also tons of the oversize outerwear and baby doll silhouettes the pop star has been favoring lately. The only thing that was missing was ponytail holes cut into the top of those ubiquitous lace sun hats.

2. Androgyny reigned supreme

With many of the men wearing pearl necklaces, frilly, sheer camis and delicate lace boxers.

3. Models wore pearl lip studs

There’s one ’90s trend we never thought we’d see again.

4. Start gluing veils to your baseball hats and sun visors now

For who are we to question the coolness Queen RiRi bestows upon us.

5. If you want to truly rock this collection, you’re probably going to have to be Rihanna

#sorrynotsorry, but seriously, who else do you really see being able to pull off one of these bodysuit-flatform combos?

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