By Jennifer Davis
May 07, 2018 @ 10:45 pm

As one of this year's co-chairs of the Met Gala, Rihanna really pulled out all the stops. Her silver Margiela look and Cartier jewels personified this year's theme "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," and just in case you needed further proof that she totally nailed it, she found her doppelganger inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

While previewing this year's exhibit, Rihanna came upon a piece from the collection that looks very similar to her own ensemble—especially the signature papal hat. In true Rihanna form, she posed with her fashion twin.

Who wore it better? Well, we'll let you decide for yourself, but not many looks can top her mini dress and crystal embellished cape.

 Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue

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It's possible that Rihanna drew inspiration for her look from the museum's collection, but regardless it's fair to say that when Rihanna commits to a theme, she really commits. 

In year's past, she's been equally devoted to embodying the Met's chosen exhibit. For example, last year, she gave us butterfly vibes in a coral and floral-patterned avant garde look.