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As Rihanna and A$AP Rocky step back into the spotlight after welcoming their first child, the new parents are wasting no time in reclaiming their rightful positions as pop culture's premiere style stars.

Days after a skirt-clad Rocky gave Brad Pitt a run for his money, the couple was spotted taking a late-night walk in New York City. Mom and dad matched in all-black 'fits and paparazzi-proof shades, ostensibly to ward off the peeping public.

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Still, onlookers managed to capture the duo on a leisurely stroll, Rih clutching what appears to be a nightcap in hand (we already know the Bad Gal loves taking wine glasses to go).

In a black hoodie and drape-y, wide-legged bottoms, the Savage X Fenty billionaire looked pretty damn cozy — at least until her ground-grazing pants hem gave way to a pair of pointy-toed stilettos.

Rocky, on the other hand, was dressed for pure comfort in a Givenchy hoodie (the same one he was photographed in earlier this week), black jeans, and matching black sneakers — a far cry from his recent date night ensemble, starring Raf Simons suiting and wingtip shoes.

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The Barbadian National Hero entered her post-bump style era last month, when she made her first public postpartum appearance in Balenciaga's Spring/Summer 2023 adidas collab. The star pulled off another triumph in dressy sportswear at Lollapallooza Paris, where she donned a Martine Rose track jacket and Balenciaga x adidas three-Stripe leggings.

We're not advocating for the public to poke its head into Baby Fenty's life, but Rih and Rocky's blue chip style begs the question: WTF does their baby's wardrobe look like?

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