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In 2005, Rihanna debuted “Pon De Replay,” the song that launched her into stardom. The cropped halter top and ultra low-rise jeans are a sign of the times.
At the 2006 Teen Choice Awards, RiRi wore a royal purple dress and her hair in an updo — the dream 2000s high school dance look.
This dusty pink, bandage bodycon dress is giving us major nostalgia.
During her Good Girl Gone Bad era, the singer performed at the MTV Video Music Awards. She rocked the pixie haircut.
This laser-cut Marchesa dress the “Umbrella” singer wore to the American Music Awards that year showcased her love of bold style.
Rihanna wore a high-collared Elie Saab gown to the Grammys, where she took home best rap song and rap/sung collaboration for “Run This Town” with Jay-Z and Kanye West.
Denim shorts and tights? You can’t get more 2011 than that. Rihanna, of course, slayed that trend.
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The nine-time Grammy winner dropped her seventh studio album Unapologetic in 2012 — and wore a stylish all-black outfit to the record release fan event.
RiRi shone bright like a diamond at the 2013 American Music Awards where she took home four awards in a stunning, black dropped top and mermaid skirt.
We’ve come to expect Rihanna’s Met Gala looks to be bold and memorable, but this year she opted for a more subdued Stella McCartney two-piece gown.
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The singer’s street style is legendary and this look is no exception. She rocks any oversized coat.
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She put in the work, work, work, work, work for the Fenty by Puma collaboration and looked like a gothic queen doing so.
If anyone can make a Canadian tuxedo look stylish, it’s our girl RiRi.
She sat front row at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Paris Fashion Week show in this white jumpsuit. Major creds to stylist Jahleel Weaver.
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She’s the only girl in the world for us. This dress-plus-pants combo is outstanding.
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Rihanna wore a monochromatic outfit, so now we wear monochromatic outfits.
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