When Rihanna stepped out in Barbados in her 2017 Crop Over festival outfit, her fans were completely overcome with emotion.

And I mean it. Do you see all those feathers? Those diamonds? The hair? My goodness.

And the people involved in creating this outfit are equally iconic. Indie designer Destiney Bleu — the artisan who famously took Khloé Kardashian to task for allegedly copying her designs — created RiRi's sparkly fishnet tights.

You may remember the controversy surrounding Destiney when she alleged Khloe and her team ordered her crystal-covered bodysuits, then SUPPOSEDLY made knock-off versions for the Good American clothing line.

WELL. Destiney's fashion line, DBleuDazzled, is getting all the good publicity a designer could want — Rihanna wearing these tights is the best possible advertisement for a thriving independent brand!

Some were happy that Rihanna was simply celebrating being fierce.

And some said Rihanna slayed so hard that they needed to be hospitalized.

RiRi's slay isn't for the faint of heart. 

Others said that Riri's look should unofficially make her a member of the Justice League.

Hey, why not? 

Members of The Navy were overjoyed to witness this phenomenal moment in Black History.

Some fans think the day should be marked "Rihanna Day."

I mean, it basically is. 

Others thanked The Blessed Rihanna for bringing them out of an early week slump.

And on a more serious note, some fans were thankful for Rihanna representing for Caribbean women everywhere.

All day every day.

And although Crop Over 2018 seems so far away, we're counting down the days until Rihanna can slay the world again!