Rihanna wears Matthew Dolan in NYC

Matthew Dolan | Rafaello & Co. | Prada | FENTY x PUMA

Rihanna’s on Auntie duty wearing Matthew Dolan :

It’s no secret that Rihanna loves children — especially her dear niece, Majesty! Rihanna was on Auntie detail today and took the little one on adventure in New York! Majesty is pretty high maintenance for a toddler. She seemed right at home at the nail shop.

this child… A video posted by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Oct 7, 2016 at 7:01pm PDT

Take a look at this adorable video Rihanna posted. I know you all are here for the fashion, so I’ll stop gushing over Majesty and jump into tonight’s look!

Rihanna wears Manolo Blahnik Lara Sandals

Rihanna rocked outerwear from designer Matthew Adams Dolan tonight. She’s worn this black coat before after Global Citizens Festival. This piece is from his Spring 2016 Collection. On this occasion, she boldly wore it as more of an oversized dress instead of a heavy coat. She also donned her Rafaello & Co. Ankh Necklace.

Rihanna wears Manolo Blahnik Lara Sandals

Anybody spot Rihanna’s $80.00 FENTY x PUMA LEADCAT Slides? I do! But let’s talk about something else I spotted — this Fall 2016 Prada Bag. It is certainly an eye-catcher wouldn’t you say? Creative designer Miuccia Prada and her design team called upon Berlin-based Frenchman Christophe Chemin to create ink and pencil illustrations. The art on Rihanna’s bag is a Fassbinder-inspired fake movie poster ‘Impossible True Love”.

Rihanna wears Manolo Blahnik Lara Sandals

“I don’t like the word “prints,” because they are not “prints” — they are artworks that I related to Miuccia’s visual universe and vocabulary, mixing very personal obsessions of mine with ideas that were directly inspired by her. If you look [at] them up close, there are a multitude of Prada references that I incorporated and played with. There was this consciousness of doing something specifically for her: a direct inspiration. For me, it was an extremely emotional experience to see the artwork on the clothes: used, reframed, layered, cut out and patched. The results are very dense and complex, but still accessible. The clothes are extraordinary.” – Christophe Chemin