While Milan and Paris Fashion Week have been entertaining, I think we can all agree that Rihanna (and her growing tummy) are fashion week's main event.

Aside from her own Savage X Fenty shows during September's NYFW, Rihanna's been sort of MIA at other fashion weeks over the past few years, making her return extra special and fly.

She attended Virgil Abloh's first Louis Vuitton menswear show in 2018, where she cozied up next to A$AP Rocky in the front row.

Now, here we are four years later, and the two lovebirds are expecting parents — watch out, Tinder, Paris Fashion Week is the new matchmaker in town.

Hand-in-hand with Rocky, Rihanna first hit up Gucci's FW22 runway show on February 25, donning a full Gucci look, including a black lace-vinyl crop top, purple fur coat, dragon print trousers, and a chainmail disk headpiece.

On February 28, Rihanna went to the Virgil Abloh's final Off-White™ presentation , giving us nude-pink realness in a fresh-off-the-runway Diesel FW22 suede maxi coat and Off-White™ leather mini-dress.

On March 1, Rihanna blessed us with her hottest and most-revealing maternity look to date, showing up to the Dior show wearing some of the house's most daring Pre-Fall 2022 pieces, including a see-through black dress and lace bra and panties.

Maternity lingerie? I'm here for it.

A black leather longline coat and Amina Muaddi black leather patent boots rounded off the look for an extra dash of risqué.

Since her internet-breaking pregnancy announcement, Rihanna's maternity style has been nothing if not a binge-worthy spectacle. In fact, she's downright loving her pregnancy style.

"I like it. I'm enjoying it. I'm not having to worry about covering up my tummy," the singer told PEOPLE. "I feel a little chunky, it's like, whatever! It's a baby."

With Paris Fashion Week just kicking off, you can expect more Rihanna, baby bump action, and stunning looks in the days to come — truly the gift that keeps giving.

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