Rihanna went out in a literal optical-illusion outfit because why not?

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Prepare your eyes because this Rihanna outfit is a lot in the trippiest of ways. The singer went out in New York City last night, wearing a black and white patterned top and bottom that's as much an optical illusion as it is a bold fashion statement from the queen of street style. The tank has straight-up hypnosis vibes. Go ahead and take it in:

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Rihanna accessorised with a head scarf, sunglasses, and white sandals. Her look comes the same week she went out to Carbone in lingerie—a silk Vaquera lace teddy, to be exact. The outfit made headlines as yet another chic albeit unexpected celeb dinner outfit.

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It also comes two days after Rihanna was seen with her boyfriend A$AP Rocky in a Prada bucket hat, Prada sunglasses, a vintage The Cramps band tee, and jeans. Entertainment Tonight got details about Rihanna's night out with Rocky, reporting that the two went to the studio.

"Rihanna accompanied A$AP while he did a studio session,” the source said. “He’s working on some new material, and she came with him to support him.” That source added RiRi is “very inspired by A$AP,” but didn't specify whether that inspiration means she'll be releasing her own new music soon.

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The singer also recently pulled off a flamingo-pink faux-fur bucket hat for night out with rapper and fashion lover A$AP Rocky, which she teamed with a curve-hugging pink 2002 vintage slipdress by John Galliano for Dior.

As for accessories, Rihanna paired the dress with strappy sandals, courtesy of Tom Ford; an ultra-long beaded necklace, also by Dior; and a multicoloured bead-embellished shoulder bag by Fendi. To top everything off, she wore a hot-pink manicure and a statement-making bucket hat by Emma Brewin.

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