Rihanna Arrived to the Met Gala Fashionably Late and Wore a Coat

  • Rihanna was late to arrive on the Met Gala purple carpet on Monday evening. 
  • She wore black from head to toe, sporting a couture coatdress with a beanie hat and diamonds. 
  • Rihanna posed for pictures together with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky, who wore a multicolored quilt over a go well with.

Just after we thought Rihanna wasn’t going to present up to the Met Gala, she arrived on the purple carpet fashionably late. 

And Rihanna made positive to go daring for her first Met Gala in three years. 

The Fenty founder wore black from head to toe for the “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” theme, sporting a couture Balenciaga coatdress. 

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Rihanna’s Met Gala coat was designed by Balenciaga.

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Rihanna’s full-length, puffy coat featured a dramatic collar. She paired the ensemble with a beanie hat, a crystal headpiece, and a glittering diamond necklace. 

In a uncommon transfer for the magnificence mogul, Rihanna walked the purple carpet and posed for images together with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky. 

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A$AP Rocky and Rihanna attend the 2021 Met Gala celebrating “In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion” at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021, in New York City.

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The rapper wore a patterned multicolored quilt — which featured yellow, blue, purple, inexperienced, and brown squares — that stood in full distinction to Rihanna’s monochromatic ensemble. 

He later took off the quilt to reveal a go well with beneath, a lot to Rihanna’s delight. 

A$AP Rocky and Rihanna 2021 Met Gala

A$AP Rocky took off the quilt whereas on the purple carpet to reveal he had a go well with beneath.

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Rihanna — who is anticipated to host an after-party for Monday’s event, in accordance to Page Six — hasn’t appeared at the Met Gala since 2018, when she wowed in an outfit impressed by the pope. 

Her glowing ensemble, which took 250 hours to sew and 500 hours to hand-embroider, completely match the “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” theme.