Rihanna is working the runway!
The pop star-turned-fashion designer is the brand ambassador and womenswear creative director for Puma, and she debuted her street-inspired Fenty X Puma Fall 2016 collection during New York Fashion Week on Friday.
While the clothes were beyond cool, all eyes were on the models' slicked back, frosted white hair.
The 27-year-old singer turned to sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid to model in her first-ever runway show for the sports brand, as well as Stella Maxwell, Marjan Jonkman, Ruth Bell, Frederikke Sofie, Imaan Hammam, Taylor Hill, Maria Borges and August Gonet.
RiRi's hairstylist, Yusef Williams, was responsible for creating the hairstyles, or "arctic chill hair masterpiece," as he put it.
Last night was beyond epic for me I just want to thank my amazing team for standing by my side through all the backstage madness and helping me create this arctic chill hair masterpiece I also want to think @patmcgrathreal giving me an amazing Canvas to work with. Last but not least I would like to think @fentyxpuma @badgalriri for trusting me to lead a team of wonderful hairstylist to create this look and this is just the beginning. dream big and things Will happen trust me I'm realizing that every day!!!😍 #humble #lovingwhatido #blessed @factorydowntown thank you guys for leading me in the right direction😘
Williams teamed up with makeup artist Pat McGrath, who gave the models dark, vampy lips, and fashion stylist Tom Van Dorpe.
A number of the "Work" singer's supportive celebrity friends were in the crowd, including designer Jeremy Scott, Chris Rock, Naomi Campbell and Ne-Yo.
Following the show, Rihanna took to Instagram to share some highlights.
Gigi also hopped on social media to thank Rihanna for including her in the show.
"What a legend. So blown away by this collection and show, @badgalriri," the 20-year-old model wrote. "Thank you for making me a part of this night - you are everything."
"Dreamt about @badgalriri's frozen forest last night," she captioned another pic. "Honored to have closed the show."
Rihanna later told The New York Times that the reason she agreed to do a collection with Puma was because they fully trusted what she could bring to the table.
"They were willing to let me be creative and express myself in whatever way I wanted to," she explained. "They wanted a change. So I thrive off of challenge like that. I love situations where I can just make something completely different."
"I actually want people to wear my stuff," she continued. "That will be the day. The only thing that can make me feel better than tonight is to see somebody else wearing my stuff on the street. Down the street, on Instagram. Instagram's pretty much down the street at this point. To see anybody, especially if I think they're cool, and they chose to wear it, that's a big deal. That's a big deal. Like somebody buying your music. But better. Because they have to do it in public."
After the show, Rihanna hit the dance floor at a private afterparty at Up&Down. She sang along to tracks off her new album, ANTI, while surrounded by her many runway models, including the Hadid sisters, Naomi Campbell, Iman and Chris Rock.