What a delight to see this beautiful Queen in my designs for @VogueItalia! This is a crazy feeling man! @iamnaomicampbell From the very first moment in your career, you've touched and inspired so many young girls all over the world! I was one of them, and to see this come full circle is a trip to say the least! I'm blessed to have you as a friend, one that will pick up the phone at any hour of the night, one that still makes time even when she has none, just to send me vitamins and facial products, or even tanning oil for my vacation lol!!! That's why these photos mean so much more to me, you're a True beauty, One love!
Have we mentioned lately how much we love Rihanna? The "Work" singer is a woman of many accomplishments, her most recent being Harvard's Humanitarian Of The Year award. "So I made it to Harvard," she quipped at the beginning of her speech. "Never thought I'd be able to say it that in my life, but it feels good. I'm incredibly humbled by this."
She went on to give a touching speech about what it means to be a humanitarian
"You don't have to be famous. You don't have to be college-educated," she explained. "It starts with your neighbor. You just do whatever you can to help in any way you can. I want to challenge each of you to make a commitment to help one person, one organization, one situation that touches your heart."
These words were inspiring, and they also reminded us that Rihanna has a history of saying exactly what we needed to hear and slaying in the process.
“The minute you learn to love yourself, you would not want to be anybody else,” she said back in 2016 during the Black Girls Rock! ceremony. “Role model is not the title they like to give me, but that’s why tonight is so important to me, because I think I can inspire a lot of young women to be themselves. And that is half the battle. That’s the easiest thing to be. All girls rock. Black girls… we just on another level.”
She also shares the love, once dedicating a whole Instagram post to Naomi Campbell, who modeled the singer's designs in Vogue Italia.
"From the very first moment in your career, you've touched and inspired so many young girls all over the world!" she wrote. "I was one of them, and to see this come full circle is a trip to say the least!"
"I don't want to see you texting your boyfriends or your girlfriends," she told them. "I don't want to see you catching Pokémons up in this bitch."
It seems like there's not a single person who isn't touched by her general awesomeness — Lena Dunham even got a tattoo inspired by the singer. But for more examples of how this queen totally owns her throne, watch the video below!