Rihanna just shared sexy NSFW lingerie pics and boy, oh boy

By Cosmopolitan
She may be one of the biggest stars in the world, with nine Grammys and a multi-million dollar beauty and fashion empire, but nowadays Rihanna is known for being restrained.
So you'll forgive us for taking a hot minute to praise the latest images of the Barbadian icon from their new Savage x Fenty collection.
With a canary-yellow lace bra and matching briefs from the brand’s new collaboration with designer Adam Selman, Rihanna brought the Fiiireeee along and showed her killer curves.
The brand teased the campaign on Instagram and gave a cheeky shot of Ris butt with "Break the Internet":
One word: Wowzers.
In another shot, the 'Work' singer posed with her hands on her hips and her hair in long, wavy curls that were adorned with a stack of gold bracelets and fire-fighting red nail polish:
The Love Lace campaign was filmed during quarantine and appears to show RiRi in an unknown tropical location, which leads us to believe that she left London to settle in her Barbados home. If we had a house in the sun, we would do the same!
Another thing Rihanna did during the lockdown is cooking, a trip she shares with her 83.9 million Instagram followers:
Trust Ri to boil a storm in diamond layers. I mean like we can't love her anymore, can we?
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