Rihanna has sent heatwaves through New York City after posing up a storm in her racy black lingerie.
The stunning US singer, 33, put on a sizzling display in the black lace shorts as she turned up to the premiere of her Savage X Fenty Show in New York on Wednesday night (22 September).
The brunette bombshell could be seen rocking the tight lacy shorts above a pair of sultry see-through matching stockings as she hosted her third Savage X Fenty Show.
Ri-Ri stole the show as she posed up a storm on her red carpet, wearing a plunging black top which she accessorised with chunky bracelets, a silver choker, and a long beaded necklace which hung over her chest.
The smiling songstress added several silver earrings and glam diamond bangles to her eye-popping event outfit.
Ri was also sure to show off her sexy alternative look with a gorgeous faux fringe and long, straightened hair.
The Grammy Award-winner launched her Savage X Fenty brand in 2018 in partnership with Techstyle Fashion Group.
Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 marks Rihanna's third runway show with the empire, which will premiere on Friday on Amazon Prime Video.
The show will launch the brand's latest collection of intimate garments.
Rihanna hosted her first show premiere on Tuesday night in Los Angeles, which saw a star-studded cast of Emily Ratajkowski, Gigi Hadid and Irina Shayk among its attendees.
Rihanna shows off racy lingerie line in teaser for third Savage X Fenty show
The Only Girl hit-maker has had a significant impact on the Amazon Prime exclusive show as she's served as its creative director and and as an executive producer.
Rihanna's Savage X Fenty catwalk show is reportedly set to feature special performances from some of the biggest stars is music.
The Savage X Fenty Show has already seen appearances from huge names including Travis Scott, Roddy Rich, Lizzo and Big Sean.
Last year, Rihanna grew her Fenty brand even further by launching her Fenty Skin brand.
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