Rihanna made a splash Sunday at New York Fashion Week by riding a motorbike at her Fenty x Puma show.
The 29-year-old singer and designer transformed the runway at Park Avenue Armory with ramps and pink sand dunes to unveil a "motocross and surf"-inspired collection, according to the Evening Standard.
"This collection is a mix between two worlds: motocross and surf," she said. "It was a challenge to bring them together but it ended up being the perfect combination."
Vogue reported Rihanna kicked off the show by having motocross riders perform stunts on the dunes.
The star wore a fitted green hoodie with lace-up sleeves, neon green track pants and thigh-high leather boots.
Meanwhile, models such as Adriana Lima and Slick Woods sported pieces including a motocross-inspired jumpsuit and a belted jumpsuit with bright wedge boots. Other looks featured enlarged logos and scuba fabrics.
"Just as soon as you thought the Fenty show couldn't get any better. Eternally grateful for you @badgirlriri," Woods gushed on Instagram.
Booth, style and fashion news director at The Hollywood Reporter, captured a video of Rihanna's runway bow, which consisted of the singer smiling and waving to the audience from the back of a motorbike.
"Now that's a runway bow @rihanna #FentyxPuma," Booth wrote.
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