Crazy cleavage? Check. High slit? Check. Fierce level? About 1,000.

It's clear that Rihanna can do no wrong when it comes to fashion, whether you want to admit it or not, and her latest outfit during Paris Fashion Week is a perfect example. At first glance, it seems as though the Barbados beauty is rocking an olive green coat and nothing else.

Although that may be somewhat true, you will notice upon closer inspection that she's actually layered up, but still manages to avoid looking frumpy and instead exudes sex appeal.

RiRi rocked an olive green coat on top of what looks to be a tied olive green blazer and skirt. With that description alone, it sounds as though the pop star is covered more than ever before, but by looking at the photo it's clear that's not the case.

Rihanna amped the look by pretty much wearing nothing else, which resulted in the celeb flaunting an eyeful of cleavage and almost showing off her nether region because of that high slit.

She added a pop of color to her monochromatic outfit by wearing a bright purple lip color that was especially highlighted by her black, blunt-cut bob. Overall, she killed it, and we're not surprised.

Even Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing had to give Rih props on her style.

"Love this guy @olivier_rousteing #BALMAIN," Rihanna wrote with a photo of Rousteing getting down on one knee to praise the superstar.

The singer was first spotted in Paris earlier this week while hanging out with Drake, and even got up on stage during his concert, but now reports are claiming the sexy "Monster" singer is tip-toeing back into familiar territory (and we're not talking about Drizzy).

According to Page Six, RiRi and ex-boyfriend Chris Brown have reportedly been texting since her birthday on Feb. 20. Neither of the stars have directly commented on the report, but Brown tweeted earlier today, "Focused on my Recovery and Music... Nothing more, nothing less."

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