March 1, 2017

Rihanna wore a full gray Monse ensemble that was on the runway less than a month ago while receiving the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Harvard Foundation 

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Ruthie Friedlander
Mar 01, 2017 @ 10:45 am

Yesterday, Rihanna the Great was given the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Harvard Foundation for setting up a scholarship program to bring Caribbean students to study in America and for her work to improve cancer treatment in her hometown of Barbados. Talk about winning.

And listen, we certainly don't want to take any attention away from the amazingness of this huge honor. But we'd be remiss if we didn't talk about what she was wearing.

One word: Monse.

If you don't know Monse, stop reading this immediately and educate yourself. (First thing to know: They showed WITH Oscar de la Renta this season.)

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Rihanna's been a supporter of the young brand since the beginning for its asymmetrical, standout pieces that scream: I AM FASH-ON! And yesterday's look was no exception.

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She arrived to Harvard in a full gray ensemble, get this, STRAIGHT OFF THE RUNWAY. Like, from the show less than a month ago. That my friends? WINNING.

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