Here’s Proof Rihanna Will Work the Stage With Her Super Bowl Halftime Show Fashion

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We will forever find love in Rihanna’s jaw-dropping style. From gorgeous gowns to her maternity ensembles, we have all the proof why the Super Bowl halftime show can easily double as a runway.

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We’ll always give a round of applause to Rihanna’s style.

And understandably so, since it’s no secret that the Savage x Fenty founder—who will take the stage during the Super Bowl Halftime Show at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium Feb. 12—has been synonymous with fashion over the years.

From her head-turning look at the 2015 Met Gala—when she wore a jaw-dropping yellow fur-trimmed dress, complete with a cape embroidered with swirls of gold—to her consistent maternity ensembles, Rihanna’s pieces make her the only girl in the world to pull such looks off.

As for what she thinks is the key to being a global trendsetter? It’s all about staying true to who she is.

“Fashion and make up can make you feel confident for sure, just make sure you are doing it to make you feel good and aren’t trying to impress anybody else,” she told Emirates Woman in March 2020. “I do like to take risks—I think a big part of fashion is about taking risks—but it’s not to get a reaction or cause controversy, it’s because I like what I am wearing.”

So, aside from her performance, there’s no doubt the stage will probably double as Rihanna’s personal runway. Don’t believe us? Keep reading to see all the proof you need:

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Award-Winning Ensemble

In Valentino.

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A Leather Look for the Ages

In Dion Lee and Balenciaga.

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Queen of the Red Carpet

In Rick Owens and Giuseppe Zanotti.


Present in Pink

In Bottega Veneta and Vetements.

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Pretty in Paris

In Dior.

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Goddess With a Glow

In Attico.


Chic in Camo

In Jean Paul Gaultier and Gucci.

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Serving in Silk

In Bottega Veneta.


Gorgeous in Green

In Marina Moscone and Rick Owens.

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Star of the Met Gala

In Balenciaga.


Soft Pink Style

In Miu Miu.


Casual Slay

In Harley Davidson and Balenciaga.


Cotton Candy Dream

In Maisie Wilen and Chanel.

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Hint of Mint

In Fenty.

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Comfortable Couture

In John Galliano.

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Bringing the Drama

In Givenchy Couture.

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Fierce in Fenty

In Fenty.


Think Pink

In Fenty.

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Plum Pleats

In Givenchy.

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Met Magic

In Maison Margiela.

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Radiant in Red

In Giambattista Valli. 

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Pink Princess

In Giambattista Valli. 

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Vision in White

In Dior.

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Lovely Lavender

In Armani.

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Red Carpet Royalty

In Dior. 

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Flower Power

In Comme des Garcons. 

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Orange Obsessions

In Armani Prive.

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Back to Black

In Dior. 


Blue Beauty

In Fendi. 

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In Guo Pei.

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